In an otherwise inconsequential match, Liverpool FC will be hoping to mark Steven Gerrard's final game for the club with a victory.
A look at what Liverpool FC fans shouldnai??i??t expect big name signings, why thereai??i??s little need for a transfer overhaul, and why Danny Ings may not be the goal-scoring messiah Liverpool fans are waiting for.
As Real Madrid and Atletico Madrid face off in the second leg of their Champions League Quarter-Final, a certain local boy might end up having a big say in the outcome. Hereai??i??s a look at the ups and downs of his recent years, and why he might be the man to watch in the biggest derby game in Europe.
Over the past few seasons, there has been a change in how Arsene Wenger manages Arsenal FC. Since it wasn't as explosive as a foreign takeover, nor as in-your-face as anything Jose Mourinho does, most people barely noticed. But this is no longer the same Arsene Wenger as a few years ago.
Brendan Rodgers should have no excuses after this defeat. No mid-week games, no fresh bout of injuries, and no major tactical surprises spent by the opposition. His team was beaten simply by a lack of desire, and a lack of discipline. Louis van Gaalai??i??s men showed up at Anfield determined to take 3 points, and that is just what they did.
On Sunday, Brendan Rodgersai??i?? Liverpool FC will faces off against Louis van Gaalai??i??s Manchester United, in a match might just have a big say in who finished in the top 4. Since the 3-0 defeat to Man United in mid-December, Liverpool have gone on a 13 game unbeaten run. This is an opportunity to put a cherry on the cake by beating their bitter rivals and perceived competitors for the 4th place.
One thingai??i??s for sure: thanks to this Liverpool FC victory, and also the other results this matchday, the Premier League table makes for a very exciting read. 6th place LFC are now one point behind Southampton FC, only 3 points behind 3rd placed Arsenal, and only a point ahead of Tottenham Hotspur.
Brendan Rodgers and Ronald Koeman face off in a battle at Saint Mary's that will have a massive say in the battle for the top 4.
So just how truly horrible, or masterful, are Liverpool's midfielders? Are they each, individually horrible, or are some of them just looking bad because of problems in other areas of the pitch?
Arsenal havenai??i??t beaten any of their big rivals, with draws against Man City and Tottenham, and losses to Chelsea and Man United. A win over Liverpool could get the full Gooners support behind him Arsene Wenger again.