2016 Schedule

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2016 Schedule
19-9-6, 3rd in English Premier League
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1dPA Sport

Reds teen Brewster on good path - Klopp

Brewster, 17, was poised to become the first player born in the year 2000 to play in the Premier League after being named in the squad to face Palace.

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1dESPN staff

Gerrard announces birth of baby 'Lio'

Steven Gerrard has just landed a new job with Liverpool under-18s but now he's had some even better news: the birth of a baby boy.

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Klopp: Lovren's best years still to come (0:59)
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2dGlenn Price

Liverpool's Lallana, Sturridge back training

Adam Lallana and Daniel Sturridge will participate in full training on Friday ahead of Liverpool's trip to Watford, manager Jurgen Klopp has said.

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2dDanny Lee, Footballwhispers

Transfer Rater: James Rodriguez to United

James Rodriguez to Manchester United and Michael Keane to Liverpool are two of today's emerging whispers, courtesy of Football Whispers.

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2dESPN staff

Lovren signs new long-term Liverpool deal

Dejan Lovren has signed a new long-term contract at Liverpool, telling the club's website: "I think this is one special day for me and my family."

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Mou: United's fight with Liverpool unfair (1:01)
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3dSteven Kelly

Liverpool hold on to top-four hopes

While fighting for a Champions League spot won't satisfy some long-suffering Liverpool fans, it sure beats being barely relevant.

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3dGlenn Price

Alli's transfer fee put off Liverpool - Ayre

Former Liverpool CEO Ian Ayre says the club did not complete the signing of Dele Alli as a teenager because they felt he was not worth the fee.

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3dChris Wright

Coutinho takes on crossbar challenge

Of course, being a skillful young midfielder, Coutinho absolutely nailed it, even clipping the ball off the goal frame twice in a row.

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3dESPN staff

Sakho's knee injury worries Allardyce

Crystal Palace manager Sam Allardyce is hopeful that defender Mamadou Sakho did not suffer an anterior cruciate ligament injury against Tottenham.

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4dGlenn Price

Liverpool's set-piece woes a concern

There is no question Jurgen Klopp has improved Liverpool, but his team's set-piece woes continue to plague matches.

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4dDave Usher

Does LFC's style of play deserve blame?

How many experienced centre-backs do Liverpool have to go through before they realise their style of play is the main reason they concede so many?

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4dGlenn Price

Sakho celebration defended by Allardyce

Crystal Palace manager Sam Allardyce has defended Mamadou Sakho's celebration in Sunday's 2-1 victory over Liverpool.

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5dSteven Kelly

Hope has not been lost at Anfield

While it's fair to decry the erratic nature of Liverpool's first full league season under Jurgen Klopp, all hope isn't lost as they hunt the top four.

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5dDanny Lee, Footballwhispers

Transfer Rater: Dele Alli to Man City

Dele Alli to Manchester City and Michael Keane to Liverpool are two of today's emerging whispers, courtesy of Football Whispers.

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5dGlenn Price

Rodgers hopes to meet Liverpool in Europe

Brendan Rodgers has told talkSPORT that he has hopes his Celtic side can meet Liverpool in the Champions League next season.

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5dGlenn Price

Lucas is still key after 10 years at Anfield

"It doesn't matter whether you're from Runcorn or Rio, he'll make time for you" -- Why Lucas is still so valuable at Anfield after a decade there.

2016-17 Prem Table

TEAMGPWDLGDP
Chelsea332535+4078
Tottenham Hotspur332283+4774
Liverpool341996+2866
Manchester City331986+2865
Manchester United3317133+2664
Arsenal321868+2460
Everton3416108+2358
West Bromwich Albion3412814-444
Southampton3311814-541
AFC Bournemouth3511816-1341
Leicester City3411716-1240
Stoke City35101015-1340
Watford3311715-1740
Burnley3511618-1439
West Ham United3510916-1539
Crystal Palace3511519-1038
Hull City359719-3134
Swansea City349421-2931
Middlesbrough3451217-1927
Sunderland345623-3421

RankingsEnglish Premier League

Goal Difference28Tied-3rd
Goals Scored701st
Assists491st
Goals Conceded427th