Thursday, January 12, 2012

News Channel : 5 Liverpool's Mission

News Channel - When Liverpool entertain Stoke at Anfield as they try to maintain their pursuit of a European place, Steven Gerrard will hope to round off a fine week. Gerrard scored the winning goal in Liverpool’s 1-0 League Cup semi-final first-leg win at Premier League leaders Manchester City on Wednesday.

He undertakes an ambassadorial role at Anfield, and then the England midfielder, 31, followed that up by signing a long-term deal that will keep him at the club for the rest of his career. The Reds go into the weekend in sixth place and have attracted criticism for the performances of expensive new signings Andy Carroll, Jordan Henderson and Stewart Downing.

This would be Liverpool's longest spell without honours since a barren run from 1966 to 1973, they who have not won any silverware since the FA Cup in 2006, must given the league title looks beyond them, either win the League Cup or the FA Cup to avoid their trophy drought stretching into next season. - The big one has arrived. The Manchester City bandwagon rolls into Anfield this afternoon, as Pep Guardiola's high-fliers look to extend their remarkable unbeaten record. A win or a draw would make it 23 games without defeat to start the campaign. City can extend their lead at the top of the Premier League today, but ... - Pep Guardiola takes his side to Anfield for Sunday's late afternoon fixture.- Liverpool top scorer Mohamed Salah has recovered from a groin injury and will be available to face Manchester City. Striker Daniel Sturridge is back in training after a muscle problem which has sidelined him for a month but is not in contention for the weekend. Midfielder Jordan Henderson (hamstring) and Alberto Moreno ..- De Bruyne drops future hint. Kevin De Bruyne has hinted that he will be signing a new contract at Manchester City, stating that he has “no feeling to go anywhere else”. The Belgium international remains locked in talks with the Premier League leaders, but could be close to putting pen to paper. Read the full story on Goal.- Pep Guardiola's men are favourites to take three points from their trip to Anfield and the league leaders are 4/1 (5.0) to remain undefeated this term.- Alexis S├ínchez will not play for Arsenal at Bournemouth on Sunday and the latest indication is that he has come to favour a move to Manchester United over Manchester City.

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