I wonder how Jurgen Klopp feels now about getting what he wished for..?
The two weeks "Winter Break" lost to the Premier League in January, which he was the prime mover for, had the matches that would normally have taken place on those weekends been played, Liverpool may now be Premier League Champions by mathematical certainty.
As it is, they still require two more wins to be mathematically certain to win the Premier League in which case there would be justification for awarding them the title if the season cannot be completed.
A sort of "Pro Rata" system has been proposed to use a form of averages (details yet to be devised) to create a final table, but this is likely to be opposed by everybody who would be relegated in such a way, or fail to be promoted (say, teams who would have had to compete in the play offs).
I personally don't like the idea. The season either finishes or it doesn't. The matches must be played or the season voided. And no "special case" for Liverpool. I admit it is extremely unlikely they would fail to gain the points necessary to get over the finishing line, but it is a fundamental principle of sport that "Nothing is over until the final whistle".
There can be no special exemptions from the requirement to acquire the points.