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Liverpool vs Man United: Sturridge vs RVP, De Gea vs Mignolet and all key battles

As Manchester United get ready to take on Liverpool at Anfield, here’s a look at some of the key battles that could define this fixture.

Robin Van Persie and Daniel Sturridge light up the pre-match hype of the Liverpool vs Manchester United fixture scheduled for Sunday, September 1, 2013.Sturridge vs RVP

The Manchester United striker has carried on where he left off last season and pretty much the same goes for Daniel Sturridge who since making the move to Liverpool from Chelsea earlier this January, has shown just why he is so highly rated by Brendan Rodgers. Both men are free-scoring players and a lot will fall on these two to deliver the goods for their respective teams.

De Gea vs Mignolet

Since leaving Sunderland for Liverpool, Simon Mignolet has been one of the best player for the Reds.

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Indonesia vs Liverpool: Live online, on TV – beIN Sport, ESPN channels, more

Be glued to your screen this Saturday as Indonesia XI vs Liverpool receives huge online and TV coverage on beIN Sport, ESPN networks and other channels. LiveSoccerTV has all the info you need.

Steven Gerrard returns to action as Liverpool begin their Asia Tour against Indonesia XI in Jakarta.Preview: Reds looking to rock the hosts 

The Gelora Bung Karno National Stadium is expected to be painted Red on Saturday with Liverpool gracing the pitch to face Indonesia XI at 20:30 local time on July 21, 2013. The gates are set to open two hours before kick-off as a full house is anticipated.

Brendand Rodgers and his men are buoyant following last weekend’s 4-0 demolition of Preston North End. The outcome of this friendly sent out a clear message of Liverpool’s intent to start the 2013/14 season in the strongest way possible.

Debutants like Iago Aspas and newcomers Kolo Toure, Luis Alberto and Simon Mignolet made a good account of themselves. The mood of the Merseyside Reds’s camp in Jakarta is on a high despite strong speculations in the media that star player Luis Suarez is on his way out of Anfield.

Most importantly for Liverpool, Saturday’s Asia Tour friendly against Indonesia XI marks Steven Gerrard’s return to action. The iconic midfielder had to miss the remainder of the 2012/13 campaign due to a shoulder injury.

After recovering from his surgery, Gerrard will do what he does best with the captain’s armband tightened to his shirt.

Where to watch the match – Live stream, start time, TV channels

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Carragher hopeful Gerrard will sign a new contract by the end of the season

Tuesday April 2 2013,
Tags: Steven Gerrard, Jamie Carragher, Liverpool
The departing centre half has expressed his belief that Liverpool skipper Steven Gerrard will extend his contract at the club, and further reiterated that the lifelong Kop servant will end his career at Anfield only.
The English midfielder has been part of the Liverpool set-up for the past 15 years and has provided the fans with some of the most breathtaking moments.

The influential captain has represented Liverpool in 436 matches, scoring 159 goals in the process. Gerrard’s performances are filled with vigor, individual brilliance, neat passes, powerful shots and most importantly commendable passion. He showcases the never die spirit which is very essential in the game of football, and after he was named captain back in October 2003 he has led his team by example and has been a great inspiration for his teammates.
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England vs Brazil friendly: three key battles to look out for at Wembley

Wednesday February 6 2013,
Tags: England, Brazil, Steven Gerrard, Jack Wilshere, Oscar, Ramires, Tom Cleverly, Paulinho
Samba giants Brazil square off against the Three Lions in a much anticipated friendly match on Wednesday. Midfield battles could decide the game.

Ramires and Wilshere will engage in one of multiple midfield battles during England vs Brazil.England in particular will take this tie seriously ahead of their World Cup qualifiers in March. Both the teams bolster some amazing attacking talents but the match may be ultimately decided on which team dominates the midfield.

Following injury to Manchester united man Michael Carrick his fellow teammate Tom Cleverly is expected to replace him in the starting lineup, with Arsenal prodigy Jack Wilshere and captain Steven Gerrard likely to partner him in the middle of the park.

The best thing about this trio is the flexibility they offer, all three players are capable of playing the holding as well as the advanced roles. This gives Roy Hodgson the option of using a 4-3-3 formation.

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England vs Brazil Preview

Monday February 4 2013,
Tags: Brazil, England, Steven Gerrard, Wayne Rooney, Neymar, Ronaldinho
Wembley Stadium will welcome some of football's most talented players in today's game as England hosts Brazil.

In celebration of the FA's 150th anniversary, England will get a chance to square up against Brazil at Wembley Stadium on Wednesday night.

Brazil, five time World Champions will get a chance to show the world their abilities under Luis Felipe Scolari who just recently returned for his second stint with the Selecao. 

The former Portugal manager is back at the helm in his native country where he led the Brazilian side to their fifth World Cup title. Along the way, Brazil managed to win all their matches including their three Group Stage matches.

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England vs Italy Euro 2012 battle: Gerrard and co primed to break Last 8 hoodoo

Sunday June 24 2012,
Tags: UEFA Euro 2012, England, Italy, Steven Gerrard, Roy Hodgson
A simple look into history explains why they hype is so intense in England ahead of Sunday’s UEFA Euro 2012 quarter-final showdown against Italy.

England are determined to beat Italy. Key player Wayne Rooney has been tasked to shine.It has been 16 years since England last made it to the semi-finals at the UEFA European Championship. Euro 1996 saw the Three Lions qualify as winners of their group before ousting Spain in the quarter-finals on penalties.

However, the good old playing days of Alan Shearer, Stuart Pierce and Paul Gascoigne are long gone and so is England’s luck in Last 8 matches at major finals. The Three Lions have a terrible history when it comes to quarter-final battles.

Quarter-final hoodoo: 2002 World Cup, Euro 2004, 2006 World Cup

At the 2002 FIFA World Cup, the Three Lions managed to qualify from a group that contained Argentina and African powerhouse Nigeria. The Argentines and the Nigerians went home in the first round as England qualified behind group winners Sweden. In the Last 16, the Three Lions consumed Denmark with a straightforward 3-0 victory.

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Cardiff’s Anthony Gerrard plots defeat for cousin Steven Gerrard and Liverpool

Saturday February 25 2012,
Tags: Anthony Gerrard, Steven Gerrard
There will be no sympathy from Anthony Gerrard for cousin Steven Gerrard when underdogs Cardiff City will clash against Liverpool at Wembley in the Carling Cup final.
Anthony Gerrard has been living in the shadow of his cousin, Steven Gerrard. On Sunday, the Cardiff City player will have the opportunity to upset the Liverpool captain in front of an expected full-house at Wembley. Millions of spectators across the globe will also witness the 2011/12 Carling Cup final live.

Anthony Gerrard is anxiously waiting for things to unfold on Sunday. His eyes are firmly on the cup although Cardiff City have already lost to Liverpool on paper. Steven Gerrard has been singled out by pundits as the man to watch at Wembley but Anthony wants his team to overcome his cousin. He told the press in the build up to the final:
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2012 Carling Cup final: How Liverpool & Cardiff City reached Wembley – Recap

Friday February 24 2012,
Tags: Wembley, Steven Gerrard
Cardiff City and Liverpool will clash on Sunday with the Carling Cup trophy at stake. Here’s a recap of how the two teams made it to Wembley.

Cardiff City are experts at winning after normal time. Here they are now, in the 2012 Carling Cup final.Cardiff City’s road to the 2012 Carling Cup final at Wembley

First Round – August 10, 2011: Oxford United 1-3 (a.e.t.) Cardiff City

• Conway gave Cardiff City the lead within the first quarter of an hour but Oxford United equalized after 30 minutes. Both sides failed to take the lead during normal time so extra-time football was needed. Whittingham (98’) and Jarvis (121’) settled things on a positive note for the visitors.

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Liverpool captain Steven Gerrard makes goal-scoring return in 3-1 win over Newcastle United

Saturday December 31 2011,
Tags: Liverpool, Steven Gerrard, EPL
Steven Gerrard continued his long awaited return from injury by netting Liverpool’s third goal as they beat Newcastle 3-1.
Newcastle had taken a first half lead through a Daniel Agger own goal, but two goals by Welsh striker Craig Bellamy put the Reds in charge. Gerrard then sealed the win with a good finish that lifted the roof off Anfield.

Liverpool dominated possession in the early stages without creating any clear cut chances, but the Magpes stunned Anfield by taking a 25th minute lead against the run of play.

Ryan Taylor’s probing cross was flicked on by Yohan Cabaye, and Danish defender Agger deflected the ball past Jose Reina and into his own net.

The goal brought an almost immediate response from Liverpool. Charlie Adam sent in a low cross that was only half cleared by Cheick Tiote. Bellamy seized upon the clearance, and beat Tim Krul with a low finish into the corner.
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Liverpool’s terrible Wembley Stadium fact: Gerrard keen to break the curse

Friday September 23 2011,
Tags: Liverpool, Steven Gerrard
Statistics related to the Wembley Stadium simply expose an odd truth about Liverpool. Some may even call it “shameful”…
The Merseyside Reds have a jinx to break and “Captain Planet” is keen to help his team reach the new Wembley at last. Manchester United can boast of having made 11 trips to the new home of English football even though there have been mixed results. Chelsea, meanwhile, have played at Wembley 9 times already since the stadium opened 4 years ago.

Take Liverpool’s local rivals Everton and check through their records. You will find that the Toffees have featured at Wembley a couple of times. Interestingly, as many as 60 different clubs have entered the new Wembley stadium. But out of this long list, the name of Liverpool is nowhere to be found!
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Inspirational Liverpool Captain Steven Gerrard Could Return for Carling Cup Clash

Tuesday September 20 2011,
Tags: Steven Gerrard, Liverpool
Liverpool’s talismanic skipper Steven Gerrard has been sidelined with a groin injury for six months now.
Gerrard has developed a reputation over the years for digging Liverpool out of trouble and driving them on to success through sheer force of will.

Memorable Gerrard moments include;
• With Liverpool staring elimination from the 2005 UEFA Champions League group stages in the face, Gerrard fired home a blistering strike to ensure progress to the knockout stages.
• In the Final of the same 2005 UEFA Champions League tournament, Liverpool found themselves 3-0 down at half-time to AC Milan. Gerrard scored the first goal, then won a penalty to drag the game back to 3-3 and Liverpool would go on to win a penalty shootout.
• Liverpool won the 2006 FA Cup Final on another penalty shootout after a 3-3 draw with West Ham United. Gerrard equalized to bring the game to 2-2 early in the second half, and fired home a dramatic last minute equalizer to force extra time.
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Liverpool’s Gerrard Warns EPL Rivals: Reds Will Be Champions Again… Soon!

Wednesday June 29 2011,
Tags: Steven Gerrard, Chelsea, Manchester United, Manchester City
Liverpool's Steven Gerrard is very optimistic about the club's future. The skipper is seeing light at the end of the tunnel.
There have been so many taunts aimed at Liverpool down the years due to the Merseyside Reds’ inabiity to clinch a single English Premier League title since 1991. However, Liverpool are working towards a revival of the club and captain Steven Gerrard believes that the team’s progress has been rather positive under coach Kenny Dalglish.

Having failed to qualify for Europe, Liverpool will benefit from more time in a less tense football agenda next season. The English Premier League, the FA Cup (which they last won in 2005) and the Carling Cup will be at stake whereas there will be no UEFA Champions League or Europa League fixture in their schedule.
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Gerrard Dreaming About “Top Quality Signings”, Who Should They Be?

Wednesday May 25 2011,
Tags: Liverpool, Transfer, Steven Gerrard
Liverpool are looking to be active during the summer transfer window although European football is off their agenda for next season. Which players must the Reds target?
On Wednesday, skipper Steven Gerrard shared a few opinions about Liverpool’s status as a team while talking to The Mirror. The midfielder is believed to have said the following:

“It makes me feel very enthusiastic about next season. If we can maintain the form we’ve had recently, get our injured players back fit and playing, and bring a few top quality signings through the door, you never know what might happen.

“With the belief we have running through the squad, and with the outstanding players we already have, we know we can approach every game with a great chance of coming out on top.
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Liverpool Determined To Reclaim Throne As Devils Close In On 19th Title

Tuesday May 10 2011,
Tags: Steven Gerrard
Manchester United might be on the brink of lifting their 19th league title but Steven Gerrard is warning everybody to expect a fightback from Liverpool next season.
The Reds are on a riot in the Premier League recently with Maxi Rodriguez grabbing headlines with his explosive form. However, something painful could be happening to the Anfield faithfuls this weekend as Manchester United are on the brink of lifting their record-breaking 19th league title.

The last time Liverpool won a league title was in 1991 when King Kenny was in charge and while Steven Gerrard has never ever lifted the Premier League trophy in his career, the Reds' skipper insisted that much more can be expected from them with Kenny Dalglish set to be in charge next season.
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Arsenal Vs Liverpool: Dalglish Already Planning Big Ahead Of Next Season

Sunday April 17 2011,
Tags: Kenny Dalglish, Steven Gerrard
Having been massively rejuvenated since the obvious arrival of Kenny Dalglish, Liverpool are already planning to battle for the Premier League title next season.
Liverpool have not won the English Premier League since their last triumph in 1990, which was con-incidentally under Kenny Dalglish. From then on, the Reds have undergone a roller-coaster ride that saw them even lift the Champions League in 2005 and the FA Cup in 2006.

However, considering that the circumstances at Anfield are back to a conventional mood, Kenny Dalglish is already planning well ahead for next season's aim and aspirations. Sir Alex Ferguson inevitably started his mind games by admitting that Liverpool must be considered as title challengers for next season after their impressive resurgence under King Kenny.
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Why Liverpool Vs Manchester City Could End The Reds' European Dreams

Sunday April 10 2011,
Tags: Kenny Dalglish, Steven Gerrard, Ian Ayre, Roberto Mancini
It will be a highly anticipated clash at Anfield tomorrow as Liverpool take on Manchester City, knowing that a defeat could very well end their European dreams.

Considering that even Tottenham Hotspur are not mathematically safe from relegation is something that virtually sums up a fantastic season of Premier League football that we have had so far. But things are not looking quite done yet for the likes of Manchester City and Liverpool as they continue their never-ending battle of securing a Champions League spot for next season.

Ever since the Arabians took over the throne at Eastlands, success in Europe has been their ultimate priority as they lavishly invested millions on new acquisitions in a bid to transform City into a global European powerhouse.

The impact of that spending has virtually made some real positive impact to be frank when it comes to City's improvement in the league standings. However, things are not quite done yet for Roberto Mancini and his team as they still face a tough fight in the ongoing battle for European spots.

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Steven Gerrard’s Injury: Liverpool Must Get On With It As Kenny Believes

Saturday April 9 2011,
Tags: Steven Gerrard, Kenny Dalglish, Andy Carroll
Liverpool can’t afford to feel the heat caused by Steven Gerrard’s injury, or they’ll end up in a total mess. The captain has been ruled out for the rest of the season, but the Reds must move on.
It’s important for Liverpool to earn a top-five finish in the English Premier League. There would be a reason to call anything less than such an achievement a failure. As Kenny Dalglish has set his target on European football, he is resolute to avoid being blown away by Steven Gerrard’s loss:

“It would be wrong for us to mislead anyone at this stage. It's a blow to have anybody out but we just have to get on with it,” Kenny told The Sun.

“Without any disrespect to the players who are injured, the most important ones are the ones who are fit because they are the ones who can be picked.”
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Liverpool vs Manchester United: Highlights Of The Last 5 Premier League Clashes

On Sunday, the Liverpool vs Manchester United match will be the biggest football subject. Prior to the clash, Live Soccer TV brings you video highlights of both clubs’ last five Premier League meetings.

Manchester United's Dimitar Berbatov against Liverpool in a Premier League match. Liverpool and Man United are without doubt two of the greatest clubs in England. Their rivalry has long been a huge characteristic of British football, and along with El Clasico and Italy’s Milan derby, clashes between the two Premier League giants are among the world’s most followed soccer encounters.

Both teams face each other again in less than 24 hours, and this time, we go back to 2008 to look at all the battles between the titans since then. Readers must nonetheless note that video highlights shown below only concern clashes related to the EPL.

Liverpool 2-1 Manchester United: 13 September 2008

This match is one not to forget. A fierce Carlos Tevez first put Manchester United in front after only three minutes thanks to a nice movement by Dimitar Berbatov; but, but an own goal mid-way through the first half from Wesley Brown rudely destabilized the Red Devils’ team.

With several tactical mistakes from Coach Sir Alex Ferguson, there was no way the visitors were going to make a comeback. Eventually, it was substitute Ryan Babel who scored the winner for Liverpool, only to give the hosts a lucky 2-1 victory at Anfield.

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Breaking News: Bench Start For Carroll, Gerrard In – Liverpool vs Man United

Sunday March 6 2011,
Tags: Andy Carroll, Steven Gerrard
Fresh team news ahead of Liverpool vs Manchester United reveal that Steven Gerrard will finally play a role whereas Andy Carroll will start the match from the bench.
Previous reports explained that Liverpool captain Steven Gerrard would miss the encounter due to a groin injury. But the midfielder has now been cleared to even start against Manchester United this afternoon.

Meanwhile Kuyt is expected to partner with Luiz Suarez upfront whereas Andy Carroll is poised to play a part in the game as a substitute. The ex-Newcastle United striker has been named in Kenny Dalglish’s roster only to inject more anxiety and excitement to the Liverpool vs Manchester United fixture at Anfield.

The Merseyside Reds’ list goes as follows:
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Liverpool vs Manchester United: Steven Gerrard Out Due To Groin Injury

Sunday March 6 2011,
Tags: Steven Gerrard, Rio Ferdinand, Nemanja Vidic
Only hours are remaining now for the Liverpool vs Manchester United match, but Captain Steven Gerrard’s excitement might not be at its top level, as he has been ruled out following an injury.
Gerrard reportedly suffered a recurrence of a groin injury on Saturday, which dramatically lowered his chances of leading his side at Anfield against Manchester United today. His presence would have obviously served as a big advantage for Liverpool, who still have a lot to fight for in the Premier League table, despite their poor start to the season.

Gerrard scored a double against the Red Devils back in September 2010, in the Reds’ 3-2 defeat at the Old Trafford. Kenny Dalglish’s side can however not afford to lose another 3 points, and thus, a rapid but effective solution will need to be applied by the Liverpool boss immediately.
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