Liverpool appear to be the most in-form team heading into the end of the Premier League campaign.
A 4-0 win over Everton, a 5-1 against Arsenal, and a narrow 4-3 win over Swansea has boosted the morale of the team. Their attacking form at Anfield has made it clear that securing a clean sheet is near to impossible for away teams.
The awesome compilation of triple S - Suarez, Sterling and Sturridge - has consistently terrorised other teams.
Luis Suarez has been silent for a while but still looks the best player on the field and there is no question over his form as he still keeps on contributing. Jordan Henderson’s two goals against Swansea came at the right time to add to the team’s lethality.
Philippe Coutinho’s lovely feet are mesmerising to watch and his form has been fantastic from the start, while Daniel Sturridge is scoring for fun at the moment.
Liverpool captain Steven Gerrard is enjoying his deep midfield role and is finding enough space to spray his typical Stevie-G long balls. The team lost to Arsenal 2-1 at Emirates but the dominated possession and the fact that Liverpool were better on pitch has shown indications of their away form being benefited by incredible run at home.
The defensive slump is the only weak link but to me Daniel Agger and Martin Skrtel are more than enough for Liverpool. All they need is to correct it as soon as possible.
Out of four difficult games Liverpool have three home games with Manchester City, Chelsea, Tottenham and one away at Old Trafford where Manchester United have developed the habit of losing.
Also no Champions League or FA Cup commitment will ensure the team will be restless on field.
Also the Liverpool matches will be the deciding factors for other team's fortunes. If Liverpool continue this deadly form than they could emerge as the Premier League champions.
The Reds need to build on what they have created at Anfield and reflect it on each and every match to come.
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