Liverpool v Sunderland live stream, match odds, preview – Reds to continue revival at Anfield?

Latest Liverpool v Sunderland live stream, with Brendan Rogers looking to continue their revival at Anfield.

Liverpool will be looking to record a third consecutive Premier League win when they host Sunderland later today.

Brendan Rodgers’s men beat both Stoke City and Leicester City during the week to move back into the top half of the table.

Glen Johnson scored a late winner at home to Stoke City, as Liverpool ended a run of three consecutive league wins.

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Steven Gerrard was among the goalscorers as Liverpool recovered from a goal down to win away to Leicester City on Tuesday evening.

Sunderland became the first side to stop Chelsea scoring in their goalless draw at the Stadium of Light last weekend.

They couldn’t repeat their heroics against Manchester City though, going down 4-1, despite taking the lead.

Sergio Aguero scored twice in the victory, with Stevan Jovetic and Pablo Zabaleta also scoring for the champions.

Liverpool won both meetings last season, with Gerrard scoring the winner at home to the Black Cats.

The away fixture was certainly easier for Liverpool, with Luis Suarez scoring twice on his return from a 10 game ban.

Team news
Rodgers looks set to rest Gerrard on Saturday, with one eye on Liverpool’s Champions League clash with FC Basel.

Mario Balotelli has once again been ruled out of the match, meaning Rickie Lambert will lead the line.

Philippe Coutinho is set to come into the side, with Raheem Sterling operating behind Lambert in a 4-2-3-1.

Sebastian Coates started against City, however won’t feature because he is ineligible to face his parent side.

Wes Brown will return to the starting XI for the match and continue his partnership with John O’Shea in the heart of the defence.

Steven Fletcher went off injured against Manchester City, although should be fit to face Liverpool.

Liverpool: Mignolet; Johnson, Toure, Skrtel, Moreno; Henderson, Lucas; Lallana, Sterling, Coutinho; Lambert
Sunderland: Pantilimon; Vergini, Brown, O’Shea, Reveillere; Buckley, Larsson, Cattermole, Rodwell, Wickham; Fletcher

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