Sport Daniel Sturridge of Liverpool reacts after missing a penalty

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

Anfield faithful wish Gerrard well... but won't be flying the flag

Dave Murphy is the man charged with organising the coaches that ferry official Liverpool supporters' club members around the country to follow their team. He would not dream of travelling to watch England, however, and has one overriding thought at Steven Gerrard's trip to Sweden to complete his century of caps tomorrow: "My own personal feeling is I hope he comes back fully fit and raring to go for Liverpool."

Conor Coady makes his Liverpool debut

Liverpool debutant Conor Coady hopes to build on first appearance

Liverpool debutant Conor Coady is keen to build on his big break into the first team but admits he will have to be patient.

Joao Carlos vies for the ball with Liverpool's Joe Cole

Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers ready for tight finish to Europa League progression

Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers acknowledges his side's chances of qualifying for the knockout stage of the Europa League will go down to the wire.

Newcastle midfielder Yohan Cabaye celebrates a goal at Anfield

Liverpool draw a good point for Newcastle says Yohan Cabaye

Yohan Cabaye was relieved to escape with a point against Liverpool after becoming the first Newcastle player to score at Anfield in eight years.

David Moyes has rejected talk that his side play boring football

Everton's critics are blinded by bias, says David Moyes

Manager David Moyes is unconcerned by criticism of Everton's playing style and insists his is the only opinion that matters.

Everton's manager David Moyes

David Moyes not fazed by criticism of Everton's playing style

Manager David Moyes is unconcerned by criticism of Everton's playing style as he insists his is the only opinion which matters.

Gerrard: Everton are like Stoke, all they do is play the ball long

Hanging from the away section in Sunday's Merseyside derby was a banner bearing the message "Solidarity has no colours", recalling Everton's recent tribute to the Hillsborough families' fight for justice.

Steven Gerrard was quick to criticise Everton after Sunday’s game

Steve Gerrard: Everton are like Stoke, all they do is play the ball long

We were only team in derby trying to play, says Liverpool captain, but stats suggest otherwise

New direction: Brendan Rodgers is teaching his passing game to Liverpool while also waiting for some promising youngsters to come through

Brendan Rodgers talks up fitness of Liverpool team ahead of Everton clash

Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers spoke of his confidence in the physical condition of his players after the strong side he opted to pick ahead of this weekend's Merseyside derby defeated Anzhi Makhachkala 1-0 at Anfield.

Brad Jones in action for Liverpool against Reading

Liverpool goalkeeper Brad Jones unfazed by Samuel Eto'o challenge

Liverpool goalkeeper Brad Jones feels training every day with the likes of Luis Suarez and Steven Gerrard has given him plenty of preparation for facing Samuel Eto'o.

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Started from deep but is better further up the pitch. Some of his passing was too ambitious and wasteful. 5/10

FA silent after it emerges England players needed sleeping pills after taking caffeine tablets

The Football Association has so far declined to comment after it emerged that some England players were required to take sleeping pills having taken caffeine tablets before Tuesday's postponed match against Poland.

England fans at the National Stadium

England players to part-fund money-back scheme for supporters in Poland

England's players are to part-fund a £50,000 money-back scheme for fans affected by last night's World Cup postponement in Warsaw.

A view of the gates outside Anfield

Majority of Liverpool fans want to remain at Anfield says Ian Ayre

Liverpool managing director Ian Ayre is confident the club have made the right decision in choosing to redevelop Anfield ahead of building a new stadium.

Hodgson will be happy with captain Wayne Rooney who scored two goals

Tom Cleverley backs Manchester United team-mate Wayne Rooney for England captaincy

Tom Cleverley has backed Wayne Rooney's England captaincy claims.

Wayne and Coleen at Aintree in April

Lampard injury opens up midfield for Rooney

Frank Lampard is Roy Hodgson's only injury doubt for the World Cup qualifier against San Marino tomorrow at Wembley as the England manager ponders using Wayne Rooney in the midfield role he has played for Manchester United of late.

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