Liverpool return to Carrow Road this weekend, a little more than four years since the famous 5-4 victory there courtesy of Adam Lallana’s injury-time winner. Harry Ewbank looks at the progress made by the Reds since.
The honour of partnering Virgil van Dijk has passed from hand to hand over the last 18 months, but Joe Gomez has the chance to make that job his own once and for all, says Harry Ewbank.
The transfer window is open once again, meaning one thing — for the next few weeks, everyone and their mother will be linked with a move to Anfield. But who do our writers think should be targeted?
Following news of Fabinho’s month-long injury layoff, midfield concern has been the topic of conversation amongst Liverpool fans. Having scraped past Brighton and blown away the Blues all seems good however, as Cameron Rimmer gives his thoughts on the midfield ‘situation’.
He was the forgotten man at Anfield, but a recent run of first-team playing time and a vital goal at Old Trafford has thrust the Englishman back into the limelight. But where does his future lie?
Historically this has been a bloody clash between two Premier League heavyweights with title ambitions. Now, Liverpool are the only ones who fit that category, while the Red Devils need to kickstart their season.
Seven wins from as many Premier League games so far has the Reds flying high. Negotiate the next five matches, featuring a number of tough clashes, and Liverpool fans will already be dreaming of a historic title win.
By Daniel Moxon – @dmoxon_ Liverpool produced a respectable performance in their return to European action, but would pay the price for their failure to produce and convert chances as they lost at Napoli in their opening Champions League Group E fixture. A penalty scored by Dries Mertens would have been enough to win the
By Padraig O’Callaghan – @AGameOfTwoHalfz Liverpool kick off their 2019/20 Champions League campaign with a trip to Italy where they will face Serie A giants Napoli. The two clubs are certainly not strangers to each other – they faced off at this stage in last season’s competition, with Jürgen Klopp’s side getting the upper hand
Liverpool get their Champions League defence underway this week, travelling to Italy for a clash with Carlo Ancelotti’s Napoli. In the lead up to the match, the Italian club has problems both on and off the pitch.