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Liverpool 4 Everton 0: Police investigate after missiles are thrown at Luis Suarez

The striker was pelted as he went to take a corner in the first half

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Brendan Rodgers hopeful of adding to his squad before Friday's deadline

Steven Gerrard (right) and Luis Suarez are expected to start for Liverpool in Tuesday's Merseyside derby

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1986, Everton 1 Liverpool 3, FA Cup Final

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Liverpool's Victor Moses, left, fights for the ball with AFC Bournemouth's Simon Francis

Bournemouth 0 Liverpool 2: Victor Moses has now obeyed Brendan Rodgers' commandment about training

Moses rewarded for his improved attitude with a start

Bryan Oviedo suffered a double leg break in stretching to make a recovering challenge

Stevenage 0 Everton 4: Bryan Oviedo’s injury in FA Cup a sorry symptom of demand on players to compete

Oviedo joined colleagues Coleman, Gibson, Kone, Barkley, Distin, Pienaar and Deulofeu in the Everton sick bay

Luis Suarez goes down after Aston Villa goalkeeper Brad Guzan comes charging out of his goal, with referee Jon Moss giving the penalty

Fall guy: Luis Suarez tumbles to the rescue as Liverpool snatch a point against Aston Villa

The Uruguayan, chasing Gerrard’s diagonal pass into the inside-left channel, went to ground in a 50-50 challenge for the ball with Guzan

The FA are looking into comments made by Brendan Rodgers after he furiously criticised referee Lee Mason for his decisions in the 2-1 defeat to Manchester City

Liverpool are at 'the top' in terms of commercial clout claims Ian Ayre after agreeing deal with Dunkin' Donuts

Finding new revenue streams is essential if the club is to support Brendan Rodgers, says the managing director

Stephen Bunting celebrates winning the BDO World Championships Final

Darts: Top seed Stephen Bunting claims maiden world title

Top seed Stephen Bunting defeated Alan Norris 7-4 to be crowned BDO World Darts champion at Lakeside on Sunday night.

Aiden McGeady has joined Everton from Spartak Moscow on a four-and-a-half year deal

Transfer news: Everton confirm permanent signing of Aiden McGeady from Spartak Moscow

McGeady had been linked with signing a pre-contract for a summer move but was paraded before the Toffees fans ahead of their Premier League match with Norwich

Marouane Fellaini has been backed to produce his best at Manchester United by international colleague and Premier League rival Vincent Kompany

Marouane Fellaini backed to return to form for Manchester United - by Manchester City captain Vincent Kompany

Despite the fierce rivalry in the city, Kompany believes that Fellaini has the talent to be a success at Old Trafford even though he has come under heavy criticism since his £27.5m move

Roger Phillips accused the Prime Minister of being out of touch about the impact of government austerity measures have on Liverpool

David Cameron is 'so out of touch it’s untrue', says BBC Radio Merseyside presenter Roger Phillips

Prime Minister accused of being unaware of the impact of government austerity measures on the city

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FA Cup: Arsenal, Chelsea, Liverpool and Everton among fourth round ties selected for TV

The Arsenal match against Coventry will be played on the Friday night

Daniel Sturridge celebrates after scoring an equaliser for Liverpool against Everton

Liverpool striker Daniel Sturridge could return this weekend for Premier League clash with Stoke

Sturridge was initially feared to be sidelines until the end of January but could be back to reform his partnership with Luis Suarez on Sunday

File Image: A man lost part of his ear and finger after being shot with what is believed to have been a crossbow

Man loses part of ear and finger in 'horrendous' crossbow attack

The Liverpool man, believed to be in his 20s, was 'subjected to a sustained assault' with what is believed to have been a crossbow, police have said

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