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A look ahead to Saturday’s Premier League fixture at Anfield

Johnson helps Reds shrug off the loss of Gerrard

Liverpool 3 West Ham United 0

Liverpool demolish woeful West Ham

Liverpool 3 West Ham 0

Benitez's 'pet' Lucas becomes real workhorse

Brazilian midfielder hopes endeavour will finally win over his critics.

'Quiet man' Rodriguez turns up Reds' volume

After a slow start, the Argentine midfielder tells Tim Rich he can shine at Liverpool

Liverpool's confidence is coming back, says Lucas

Lucas Leiva, the Liverpool midfielder, feels the pressure has eased on the Anfield club after back-to-back wins. But the Brazilian has warned that the team cannot afford to let momentum slip if they are to turn around their poor start to the season.

Liverpool moving in right direction says Roy Hodgson

Roy Hodgson believes his Liverpool side are finally starting to make progress but warns it will be some time before their revival truly bears fruit.

Rodriguez's late finish lifts Liverpool out of relegation zone

Bolton Wanderers 0 Liverpool 1

Liverpool snatch vital late winner at Bolton

Bolton 0 Liverpool 1

Hodgson calls for more hard work after vital win

Liverpool 2 Blackburn Rovers 1

Torres gives much needed boost to Anfield

Liverpool 2 Blackburn 1

Everton show scale of task ahead at Liverpool

Everton 2 Liverpool 0

Stalemate as Liverpool disappoint again

FC Utrecht 0 Liverpool 0

Divisions emerge but pressure at Anfield will ease after tough start

They don't all sing from the same hymn sheet at Anfield about Roy Hodgson's new perspectives on success. Daniel Agger, whose inclination to attack from defence has seen him left out of the side for the last two league games, declared yesterday that he will not abandon those offensive tendencies.

Hodgson impressed by Cole performance

Liverpool manager Roy Hodgson was pleased to see Joe Cole showed no signs of rustiness as a result of his domestic suspension as he scored and played an important role in the 4-1 Europa League victory over Steaua Bucharest.

Liverpool prove strength in depth as Cole delivers first blow to crush Steaua

Liverpool 4 Steaua Bucharest 1
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