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Possible Liverpool Starting Line up against Chelsea

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Title chasing Liverpool welcome Chelsea at Anfield as Brendan Rodgers’ side will be looking to grab their twelfth straight win in a row and get one hand on the Premier league title this Sunday.

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A victory for the Reds will mean they will lead their opponents by eight points at the zenith of the standings with only two remaining fixtures to play tin the 2013-14 EPL season.

Liverpool come  into the clash at the back of a massive 3-2 win over Norwich last weekend while Chelsea parked the bus and ensured a draw in midweek against Atletico Madrid in the first leg of the semi finals of the Champions League in midweek.

Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho has already stated that he intends to field a weak side at Anfield as the Blues have the Champions League as their top priority. The Stamford Bridge side were beaten at home last weekend by relegation threatened Sunderland, a result that has severely dented their title chasing credentials.

For Liverpool, striker Daniel Sturridge returns from injury but the 24 year old will in all possibility have to be contended with a place on the bench. Rodgers should name the same side that featured at Carrow Road last weekend with Sterling and Coutinho joining Luis Suarez in a potent attack up front.

Here is the Possible Liverpool Starting Line up against Chelsea

Prediction: 3-1; Liverpool would be hard to beat given their imperious run of form and with limited resources that Mourinho has at his disposal, giving the Champions League as top priority, I expect the Reds to win this tie comfortably.

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