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Liverpool will want to get back to winning ways tomorrow afternoon against Bolton away.

With two defeats already this season, we will be looking to put in the kind of performance that saw us put four past…Stoke!

Benitez singled out Steven Gerrard for mention today saying he had been below par to date, keep that in-house Rafa.

Kyrgiakos is looking to stake a claim after putting in a stint for the reserves against Blackburn last night.

The Reds will have another look At Skrtel’s jaw before they decide who partners Jamie Carragher in defence.

Rafa hinted at changes in midfield after our defeat by Aston Villa last Monday, with Lucas, hopefully being dropped and Gerrard being restored to central midfield where he is badly needed since the departure of Alonso.

Okay I am hoping for the best tomorrow and I am going for a three-nil win, com’on ye Reds.

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