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The Premier League have released an official list of those out of contract

Bent's freak deflection leaves red-faced Benitez feeling flat

Sunderland 1 Liverpool 0

Liverpool unable to make case for defence

Fiorentina 2 Liverpool 0

Torres gets hat-trick as Liverpool demolish Hull

Liverpool 6 Hull 1

Terrific Torres strikes twice to lift Liverpool

West Ham United 2 Liverpool 3: Spanish marksman shoots down the Hammers as Reds rise to third after end-to-end extravaganza

Liverpool win despite brave West Ham fightback

West Ham 2 Liverpool 3

Kuyt strike gives Liverpool the points

Liverpool 1 Debrecen 0

Benayoun makes three good points to Benitez

Liverpool 4 Burnley 0

Chelsea and Spurs set pace in Premier League

Chelsea and Tottenham made it four wins from four at the top of the Barclays Premier League with victories over Burnley and Birmingham today.

Elmander ordered to toughen up

Manager tells Bolton's misfiring record signing to improve or risk fans' wrath

League tougher than ever says Benayoun

Liverpool midfielder Yossi Benayoun believes the competition in the Barclays Premier League is shaping up to be tougher than ever.

Testing time for Liverpool

Liverpool are facing up to a title crisis just a few days into a season when they were being hailed as Premier League favourites.

Benayoun ready to play for Liverpool place

Yossi Benayoun has won his Liverpool place back and he intends to hang onto it.

Johnson releases Anfield tension

Liverpool 4 Stoke City 0

Liverpool must win next two games says Lucas

Brazilian youngster Lucas Leiva admits Liverpool must bounce back quickly with two home wins in a week if they are to wipe away the memory of their losing start to the new Barclays Premier League campaign.

Liverpool begin campaign with loss at Spurs

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