Friends Of Liverpool

Liverpool face Stoke City at Anfield this afternoon in the Premier League with alot at stake for both clubs.

Reds Manager Brendan Rodgers is under pressure to gain a victory for his Liverpool team before the Owners and the fans begin to start baying for his blood.

The defeat to Udinese was very hard to accept with Liverpoool bossing most of that game, yet we lost the match due to midfield and defensive errors.

Stoke City will arrive at Anfield full of confidance sitting in 12th position in the League with 1 win, 4 draws and one loss, giving them 7 points, 2 ahead of Liverpool.

Former Liverpool striker, Peter Crouch is the man in form having scored five times in the Premier League already this Season.

Liverpool currently lie in 14th place in the Premier League with just one win thus far in Brenden Rodger’s tenure as Manager.

Expect an avalance of highballs from corners, free-kicks and throw-ins on Liverpool’s goal.

Former Reds Peter Crouch, Michael Owen, Charlie Adam and Jermaine Pennant are all hoping to appear for Tony Pulis’s team.
Lets hope for a Liverpool win 3-1

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