Friends Of Liverpool

Liverpool face former coach, Steve Clarke at Anfield on Monday evening with it all to play for: Win and Liverpool go back up to seventh in the League ahead of Swansea.

A draw means we also go ahead of Laudrup’s side on goal-difference.

Lose and West Brom move ahead of us, leaving Liverpool in 9th.

So, a draw is the least we need but, rest assured Brendan Rodgers will be looking for all three points here.

With Daniel Sturridge still recovering from the thigh injury picked up against Manchester City, expect Luis Suarez to start up-front with Downing and Sterling on the wings.

Brummies boss Steve Clarke has praised his former club saying:

“They are probably playing the best football in the Premier League.”

Nice words perhaps reflecting the scintillating brand of football Liverpool are now playing.

Lets hope for a good win for the Reds to slowly close in on Everton, Arsenal, Spurs and Chelsea.

Prediction: 3-1 to the Reds


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