Liverpool v Tottenham: Don’t lose your nerve

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By Séamus Leonard

After seven straight Premier League wins in a row, Liverpool now has seven games remaining in a season that could yet be a historic one for England’s most decorated club. Continue reading


Can Liverpool Contain Gareth Bale?

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By Christopher Boulay

With 10 matches left in Liverpool’s Premier League campaign, the club sits 10 points behind Chelsea for fourth place. The gap between the club and fifth place Arsenal is just five points, representing automatic qualification for the Europa League. The remaining schedule could be much worse than it is, with only three fixtures against sides placed higher than the Reds in the table. The first comes this weekend against Tottenham Hotspur. Every match is essentially a must-win, but stopping Gareth Bale and Co. at Anfield may be the most difficult task left on the schedule.
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Is a top four finish a realistic ambition for Liverpool in 2012-13?

By Bill Farnham

There are many questions surrounding LFC this offseason, but perhaps the most important is whether or not a top four finish is even a realistic goal for the club in the 2012-13 season. On the face of it, Liverpool would have needed 18 additional points to have finished the 2011-12 season tied with Arsenal, leaving Spurs in fifth place with 69. Unfortunately there is no shortage of matches one can point to where Liverpool “dropped” points last season, the question remains whether or not Liverpool can do better next season than four out of the seven teams that finished ahead of them in 2011-2012. Continue reading

Suarez returns to battle Spurs

By Christopher Boulay

It’s been nine matches, but Luis Suarez is finally able to be selected by manager Kenny Dalglish. Kenny has to be thrilled with this, as one of the most difficult matches of the season is on the horizon – home versus Tottenham. Continue reading

Reds look to rebound at White Hart Lane

By Christopher Boulay

Liverpool is still smarting from the loss at Stoke City, 1-0, and for good reason. After much domination, which included out-shooting the Potters 11-1 on target, the effort ended up fruitless. To add injury to insult, defender Glen Johnson will join fellow right back Martin Kelly at the physio’s table for at least a month with a hamstring injury.

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