So Far So Fantastically Good A Record Breaking Start The season so far has seen Liverpool with the most points after 16 games, the best defensive record in the league and the only unbeaten team in the Premiership. Unquestionably, Liverpool Football Club has started the campaign brilliantly without hitting the highs of
For many fans the most recent transfer window was a mixed bag: despite securing the services of Fabinho, Alisson Becker and Xherdan Shaqiri, many fans think something was missing - Philippe Coutinho's replacement. It wouldn't be the transfer window without some back and forth between negotiating clubs and that's exactly what
Liverpool captain Jordan Henderson will miss the Merseyside derby after picking up a red card in a 3-0 win over Watford. Henderson was cautioned with a yellow earlier in the match but brought down Etienne Capoue with nine minutes remaining. His ill-disciplined sending off may have limited the team to 10 men, but
Liverpool secure three points at home against Fulham whilst Chelsea and Arsenal both drop points. The Reds are now second in the table, just two points behind leaders Manchester City. Liverpool bounce back from their shock loss to Red Star Belgrade in Europe with a win at Anfield. Mohamed Salah's unstoppable speed
Liverpool will be keen to bounce back after a disappointing result against Red Star Belgrade mid-week. The Reds will look to capitalise on their upcoming fixture against Fulham to return to their positive run of form. Ahead of their home clash against bottom-of-the-table Fulham, Liverpool are tipped favourites by bookmakers this weekend.
Liverpool were dominated in a surprising 2-0 defeat to Serbian side Red Star Belgrade in the Champions League. Problems in all areas cost Liverpool an important three points on the road. A static midfield and a leaky defence left the Reds two goals down after just 29 minutes. Marko Marin's double made for
Both teams share the points in an eventful match between Arsenal and Liverpool at the Emirates. James Milner opened up the scoreline but was foiled by Alexandre Lacazette who grabbed an 82nd minute equaliser. Despite Arsenal's domination in possession, it was Liverpool who eventually broke the deadlock. James Milner was the player
Liverpool will be wary of an in-form Arsenal attack, but surely have the firepower to pick the Gunners apart, writes Sam Patterson - @sam0007ster. This is in no way as easy a fixture as Paul Merson seems to think. The Sky pundit predicts Liverpool will essentially brush the Londoners aside. Liverpool's record