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by Tom Evans
STEVEN GERRARD says he's fitter than he's ever been - and he's got another three or four years left at the top level.
The 32-year-old Reds skipper has been in sparkling form recently, scoring three goals in his last five games.
And across the league, only Everton's Leighton Baines has created more chances than Gerrard this season.
by James Pearce
BRENDAN RODGERS will send his Liverpool side out at Old Trafford tomorrow with the message: "You're as good as any team in this league."
The Reds maybe 21 points adrift of Manchester United but the manager insists there is no reason for them to fear the showdown with the Premier League leaders.
by James Pearce
BRENDAN RODGERS insists he wouldn't swap Luis Suarez for anyone as the boss warned that any abuse dished out to his striker at Old Trafford will only inspire him.
Tomorrow's lunchtime showdown sees the Premier League's two most prolific hitmen go head to head with Suarez up against Manchester United's Robin van Persie.
KENNY DALGLISH believes more communication is needed between managers and referees to iron out the inconsistencies which have blighted Liverpool FC's season so far.
THE message from Melwood was clear - don't take our word for it, have a look for yourself. Kenny Dalglish conducted his weekly press briefing ahead of tomorrow's home clash with QPR armed with video clips of key incidents from Monday's controversial 1-0 defeat at Fulham.
HAVE the Football Association got it in for Liverpool FC? I can understand the disappointment with the way the club is being treated but I'd like to think they are just isolated incidents.
IF you're a Reds fan, and you've got a sense of humour - and plenty have had sense of humour failures since Monday - you'll have smiled at the text message doing the rounds this week.