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Sturridge struck his penalty over the bar and spurned another chance for his hat-trick when Suarez was in a better position to score

Daniel Sturridge of Liverpool reacts after missing a penalty
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The youngster lines up in the 222nd meeting between the sides

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Rodgers declares that his side can make a serious bid for the title as long as they receive some fortune with injuries

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Luis Suarez and Daniel Sturridge hailed by Liverpool team-mate Jordan Henderson

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The Spaniard netted in the third round tie against Oldham

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Rodgers says the England international is well ahead of schedule while Steven Gerrard could be available for tomorrow's match against Hull

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The Barcelona winger has been linked with a move to Anfield but Rodgers insists that there are no 'imminent' arrivals

Transfer news: Brendan Rodgers believes Luis Suarez will sign new Liverpool deal

Managing director Ian Ayre held talks with striker's agent this week

Liverpool striker Luis Suarez celebrates after scoring against Tottenham

Liverpool v Cardiff City: Brendan Rodgers confident Luis Suarez can fire Reds to the top of the Premier League this weekend

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Transfer news: Liverpool - January transfer targets

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Liverpool striker Luis Suarez celebrates after scoring against Tottenham

Liverpool striker Luis Suarez thanks fans for their forgiveness after summer transfer saga

Suarez pushed for an Anfield exit but having remained with the Merseyside club, he has gone on to produce his best run of form since his arrival in 2011

Luis Suarez and Glen Johnson celebrate for Liverpool

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