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Video: Simon Rice and Jack de Menezes look ahead to Liverpool's huge test at the Bernabeu

Luis Suarez and Glen Johnson celebrate for Liverpool

Tottenham v Liverpool: Luis Suarez is like no other according to team-mate Glen Johnson

Suarez's determination to win at all costs singles him out from the rest says the England right-back

Lewis Holtby gets on the end of an Andros Townsend pass to score against Anzhi Makhachkala

Lewis Holtby feels reborn Tottenham Hotspur have chance of beating Liverpool

It might not be an advisable bet but Tottenham Hotspur could move up to second place in the Premier League tomorrow night. They would need three favours today, and an even unlikelier margin of victory over Liverpool at White Hart Lane.

Liverpool saw Steven Gerrard limp off in the second half during the 4-1 win over West Ham

Tottenham v Liverpool: Reds face midfield crisis with Steven Gerrard and Jordan Henderson injured

Captain Steven Gerrard is out with a hamstring injury

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Brazuca: Lionel Messi helps Adidas unveil the official ball for World Cup 2014

Adidas consults with top players over 2014 football to avoid repeat of South Africa issues

Everton 3 Liverpool 3 match report: Breathless derby given extra lift by flying Luis Suarez

Striker shows his class despite 7,000-mile trip though Liverpool need Sturridge to land point

Brendan Rodgers: Liverpool's manager believes Arsenal were 'ill advised'

Everton v Liverpool: Brendan Rodgers predicts intense game at Goodison Park

The sides meet in the early kick-off on Saturday

England v Germany: As it happened

All the news from England's friendly with Germany at Wembley

Sturridge, right, at training. Roy Hodgson is confident Sturridge is ready to play against Germany

England v Germany: I will use Liverpool striker Daniel Sturridge when I see fit, insists Roy Hodgson

England manager dismisses claims of injury as he weighs up striking options

Germany midfielder Sami Khedira could face missing the World Cup after tearing his anterior cruciate ligament in the 1-1 draw with Italy

Germany midfielder Sami Khedira sees his World Cup hopes plunged into doubt after being ruled out for six months

Khedira suffered a torn anterior cruciate ligament in his right knee although there is optimism that he could still recover in time to make Brazil 2014

Adam Lallana was outshone on his debut by the visitors’ ability to dominate midfield

England 0 Chile 2: Back to the drawing board as Chile underline gulf in guile 

In this sea of sloppy passing Rodriguez in particular was lost

WAYNE ROONEY: Once again provided England with breakthrough goal. Header before the break settled early nerves. 7

Wayne Rooney insists World Cup victory remains the aim for England

Few give Roy Hodgson's side a chance at next summer's tournament in Brazil

Steven Gerrard is hoping success this season will convince Luis Suarez to stay with Liverpool

Liverpool v Fulham: Reds on course for Champions League place, claims Brendan Rodgers

Liverpool currently sit in third place in the Premier League

Brendan Rodgers (left) and Steven Gerrard talk tactics during Liverpool training

Transfer news: Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers will target 'brave' players during the January transfer window

The Reds currently sit third in the Premier League

Roy Hodgson says he would make no excuses in the event of failure

England v Poland: Roy Hodgson targeting victory at Wembley and direct qualification for the 2014 World Cup

England are guaranteed to finish second if they falter against Poland

Andros Townsend pictured training with England

England v Montenegro: Andros Townsend set for shock start at Wembley - with Jack Wilshere on the bench

The Tottenham midfielder has never played for the senior side

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