Liverpool welcome Chelsea to Anfield on Saturday, a game with huge significance. The Liverpool fans are in a confident mood ahead of the tie, suggestion Raheem Sterling should start in the number 10 role to help them to success.
Liverpool have been out of form and need to starting picking up three points, starting with improved form at Anfield. Chelsea want to win the league and if possible stay unbeaten. Are they capable of that? This game will give a good indication as to whether or not they actually are.
The Liverpool fans think Sterling should start as an attacking midfielder, and that would allow them to get the better of Chelsea, who are still yet to lose a game this campaign. Beating Chelsea would certainly be a good way to kick-start Liverpool’s lacklustre season.
Last time Liverpool played Chelsea.. pic.twitter.com/2z9tkS8smh
— Transfer Sources (@TransferSources) November 7, 2014
4 years ago Torres scored 2 to beat Chelsea 2-0, feels like yesterday
— Indigo (@IndigoLFC) November 7, 2014
Costa will score 5 from corners alone if Skrtel plays on the weekend.
— Regan (@LfcReg) November 5, 2014
I think we need to play two upfront vs Chelsea to cause them any worries at the back. Sterling vs Matic will then be key.
— Rory Greenfield (@PapaG84) November 4, 2014
— Adrian Clarke (@adrianjclarke) November 7, 2014
Please no more slips this weekend from the captain! We can beat Chelsea if we play well and do the job necessary
— Tony Ab (@bolobolozenden) November 7, 2014
Even if Sterling would in theory play as striker I would like him to interchange between being a striker and a no.10. A mobile formation
— Alex Fagerholm (@AlexLFC90) November 7, 2014
Sterling should always play as a no. 10. Henderson and Can ahead of Gerrard Borini and Balotelli up front This team should be given a chance
— Ajay Iyer (@Task_Force_1093) November 5, 2014
Omar thinks Rodgers will be under pressure if he losses to Chelsea. Do you agree?
If we lose today and then lose to Chelsea at Anfield,I'll have to reconsider my support for Rodgers
— Omar Hajj (@ohrox97) November 4, 2014
Meanwhile the Chelsea fans are keen to see Diego Costa on the scoresheet after he was passed fit for the tie:
Diego Costa will start tomorrow. Mourinho confirms. #CFC
— TheChelseaViews (@TheChelseaViews) November 7, 2014
We really need to see Costa grabbing a goal tomorrow. Been too long!
— Nick H (@NickH_Blues) November 7, 2014
Jordan has perhaps taken the game a bit too seriously
If we lose against Liverpool Saturday it'll be the end of my life
— jordanbennett (@j_bennett9) November 6, 2014