Liverpool players celebrate their win over Cardiff

Liverpool class finally tells to deny Mackay's battlers

Cardiff City 2 Liverpool 2

Andy Carroll wheels away after putting Liverpool on their way to a win at Wolves

Carroll marks transfer anniversary in style

Wolverhampton Wanderers 0 Liverpool 3 (Carroll 52, Bellamy 61, Kuyt 78)

Liverpool held to goalless draw by stubborn Stoke

Liverpool 0 Stoke 0

Manchester City v Liverpool player ratings

Man for man marking from the Etihad Stadium.

Steven Gerrard enjoys the acclaim after converting his penalty

Gerrard's penalty leaves City with a mountain to climb

Before Sunday, Manchester City had not lost at home in a year. By last night, they had lost twice in four days and, already out of the FA Cup, they now face the prospect of this Carling Cup semi-final slipping away.

Gerrard scored the only goal of the game from the penalty spot

Gerrard gives City mountain to climb

Manchester City 0 Liverpool 1

Steven Gerrard kisses the ball after scoring Liverpool's second

Liverpool win comfortably against Oldham

Liverpool 5 Oldham 1

Luis Suarez showed no sign of contrition last night

Kenny Dalglish attempts to move on from Luis Suarez ban

Liverpool manager Kenny Dalglish admits they will miss Luis Suarez as he serves his eight-match ban but insists they have to look past the Uruguay international's absence.

Mancini's side head the league table

Manchester City boss Roberto Mancini ready for 'crucial' month

Manchester City manager Roberto Mancini believes if his side are top of the Barclays Premier League this time next month they stand a good chance of winning the title.

Andy Carroll failed to make up for the absence of Luis Suarez

Leaking defence and isolated Carroll add to Dalglish woes

Dalglish's complaints rang hollow on a night when Liverpool aired their grievances early

Kenny Dalglish: The Liverpool manager's tone was softer yesterday when discussing the Suarez case

Kenny Dalglish refuses to change Liverpool style

Liverpool manager Kenny Dalglish has not been tempted to try something out of the ordinary in an attempt to rouse his side from their goalscoring slumbers.

Liverpool ease to comfortable victory at Villa Park

Aston Villa 0 Liverpool 2

Dempsey strikes for Fulham after Spearing walks

Fulham 1 Liverpool 0

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