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Winning in style

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With Manchester City failing to beat Sunderland yesterday Liverpool's title dream is getting closer to reality with every passing day.

The Reds have some tricky must win fixtures ahead starting with Norwich ,a home fixture against Chelsea ,away to Crystal palace and will wrap the season welcoming New Castle United to Anfield.

Gerrard joy as Liverpool edge a thriller

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Liverpool captain Steven Gerrard wiped away tears at the final whistle on what was an emotional day for everyone connected with Liverpool football . Anfield remembered the 96 fans who lost their lives in the Hillsborough disaster 25 years ago and Manchester City were beaten 3-2 at Anfield inspired by Liverpool's Captain fantastic Steven Gerrard who was at his brilliant best in the middle of the park.

Agger fit for Manchester City Clash

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Boss Brendan Rodgers has confirmed Centre back Daniel Agger is ready to return to Liverpool's starting XI as the Reds bid to strengthen their title push against Manchester City at Anfield on Sunday.

Agger missed last week's 2-1 win against West Ham United with a knee injury, but returned to training earlier this week.

Biggest league match in 24 years?

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Liverpool and Manchester City will face each other at Anfield on Sunday, a clash which can be termed as Liverpool's biggest league match in 24 years.

The Reds are now two points clear at the top of the league with five games left and if they win them all, they will be champions for the first time since 1990

Liverpool have scored 90 league goals, six more than City this season who ranks second in number of goals scored and hence the clash poised to be a cracker of a match with both teams focusing on scoring and getting ahead early on rather than sitting back and defending.

West Ham united vs Liverpool FC: Team news,Probable Starting XI and Prediction

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West Ham united vs Liverpool FC

Date : Saturday, April 6, 2014

Venue : Upton Park

Kick-off: 16.00 BST.

Recent form

West Ham United:WLLLWW


Referee: Anthony Taylor. Matches: 17, R2 Y59.

Liverpool will travel to Upton Park on Sunday afternoon looking to move back to the top of the Premier League after both their title rivals securing 3 points Manchester City beating Southampton 4-1 and Chelsea eased past Stoke City 3-0 later in the day.

Rodgers praises Lucas but will he be at Anfield next season?

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Liverpool Boss Brendan Rodgers has praised Brazilian Lucas Leiva's attitude in overcoming an injury which was initially thought to be a longterm one fearing the 27 year old would not be ready for the world cup .However Rodgers applauded his mentality and determination to force his way back into the Reds' first team plans.

Reds will win title : Carragher

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Former Liverpool defender Jamie Carragher believes Liverpool will win the Premier League title this season after the reds went top of the Premier League yesterday after thrashing Tottenham 4-0 at Anfield to take advantage on points dropped by main title rivals Chelsea and Manchester City

Carragher reckons there is a belief amongst the players and the fans that Brendan Rodgers's side can claim a first Premier League title.

Rodgers : SAS not a partnership

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Boss Brendan Rodgers has claimed Liverpool's strike force Luis Suarez and Daniel Sturridge are more like a ‘soloists than a partnership.

If the Duo manages to score 8 more goals in Liverpool's final seven fixtures they become the highest scoring strike partnership in Premier League history.

Liverpool v Sunderland : Team news,Probable Staring XI and Prediction

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Venue: Anfield

Kick-off: 19.45 GMT.

Referee: Kevin Friend.

Liverpool will welcome struggling Sunderland to anfield today and will be looking to extend their winning run to 7 games in a row. A win for Liverpool will take them to second with just one point behind league leaders Chelsea.

Demolition continues!!

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Liverpool continued their impressive winning streak to six games in a row after their latest 6-3 hammering of Cardiff City yesterday.

Suarez was at his brilliant best again on Saturday marking his third hat-trick of the season and with with just eight matches to play, Liverpool finds themselves firmly in the race for a first league championship since 1990.

Spot on from Brendan!!

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Boss Brendan Rodgers today said Liverpool will be looking to sign "top players" but insisted that money does not guarantee success.

The Reds are in contention for the Barclays Premier title this season, having not won the league since 1990. Rodgers' team are now second in the table, four points behind leaders Chelsea with a game in hand and is way above both Tottenham and Manchester United in the table who splashed three –four times more money than Liverpool did over the two transfer windows.

Gerrard: Liverpool are genuine title contenders. Agree?

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What a night for a Liverpool supporter!!Liverpool had the chance to put the final nail on Manchester United's coffin and boy the Reds did it on style.

Liverpool were worthy winners, superior in every department from back to front .The score line did not please Brendan Rodgers side as it could have easily been five or six nil up, who are now 14 points ahead of their old foes in the Barclays Premier League.

Injury update

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Boss Brendan Rodgers has confirmed midfielder Lucas Leiva and center back Mamadou Sakho will be available for the crunch tie against Manchester United at Old Trafford this weekend.

Lucas has been sidelined after suffering a knee ligament damage in the 2-2 draw with Aston Villa in January while Sakho, who joined in a £16m deal from Paris Saint-Germain last summer, hasn't featured since a 2-1 loss to Chelsea in late December due to a hamstring injury.

Does Liverpool need Reina back?

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If the latest reports are to be believed, Liverpool goalkeeper Pepe Reina could permanently leave Liverpool for as little as £4m at the end of the season.

The report says whichever club wants the service of the 31-year-old will be able to do so for as little as £4million because of the clause in his contract, leaving Liverpool with a loss of £3million by swapping goalkeepers.

Rodgers hints future role for Borini and Suso

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Liverpool Boss Brendan Rodgers believes there is a future for Fabio Borini and Suso at Liverpool after their impressive performances on loan spell with Sunderland and Almeria.

£10.5million signing Borini who was brought from Roma in the summer of 2012, has scored six goals in 28 games for the black cats – including the opener in last weekend's Capital One Cup final defeat to Manchester City , while Spaniard Suso has scored 2 goals, earned many man of the match awards and provided seven assists during his 24 outings in La Liga playing for Almeria.