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We are doing well lately, big wins against Swansea, Zenith and now a 4-0 thrashing of Wigan away leave us in seventh in the Premier League table in early March, hopeful signs and a positive attitude all round.

Player Ratings v Wigan:

Reina: 9/10

Pulled of a number of great saves at crucial times.

Johnson: 7/10

An assured display with a great run for Suarez’s 2nd goal

Carragher: 7/10

Great defensive display by Carra, will be missed.

Agger: 7/10

Didn’t deal with every Wigan threat but was very composed otherwise

Enrique: 6/10

Did his job well as a left-back throughout the game.

Lucas: 8/10

Back to his tigerish best in midfield, fought for every ball

Allen: 6/10

Did well enough, needs to be more influential in games.

Gerrard: 7/10

Had a good match, involved in everything.

Downing: 7/10

Got the opening goal with a header from Coutinho, tracked back well there-after.

Coutinho: 9/10

Great game by the young Brazilian who set up goals for Downing and Suarez, has a great future at Anfield.

Suarez: 10/10

Another hat-trick for the World-Class forward, unplayable, Player of the Year.


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