Liverpool goalkeeper Brad Jones is optimistic his team are heading in the right direction after they drew 1-1 with Chelsea at Stamford Bridge.Brendan Rodgers' side lie 13th in the Premier League after consecutive draws against the Blues, Newcastle and Everton.
Jamie Carragher says he is happy at Liverpool despite the decline in his playing time under Brendan Rodgers.The 34-year-old was speaking after Liverpool's 1-1 draw with Chelsea on Sunday, a game that saw Carragher make his first Premier League appearance of the season.
Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers has hailed a 'terrific point' earned by his side against Chelsea at Stamford Bridge.John Terry gave the Blues a first-half lead from a corner, before being stretchered off with what appeared to be a serious knee injury before Luis Suarez levelled the scores after the break, nodding in Jamie Carragher's flick on from a corner.
An unconvincing Liverpool made Chelsea pay for their profligacy by coming from behind to steal a 1-1 draw at Stamford Bridge on Sunday.The home side's pain at letting two points slip was augmented by a serious injury to Chelsea goalscorer John Terry, who faces an uncertain future after being stretchered off in the 40th minute with suspected knee ligament damage.
Luis Suarez insists he is not a diver and a cheat, despite the poor reputation the Uruguayan has picked up during his time in the Premier League.The Liverpool striker has often been at the forefront of controversial incidents since joining the club from Ajax in 2011 as a replacement for the Chelsea-bound Fernando Torres, who comes up against his former club at Stamford Bridge on Sunday.
Chelsea manager Roberto Di Matteo has hit out at the Premier League's refusal to postpone his side's match against Sunderland on December 8.The Champions League holders are due to play their Club World Cup semi-final match in Japan on December 13, five days after the fixture at the Stadium of Light, and the Chelsea boss claims his players will be strained because of the Premier League's decision.
Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers admits his side need to be more ruthless in attack if they want to climb the English Premier League table.The Anfield club, 12th on the table but unbeaten in their past five league matches, travel to Chelsea on Sunday looking for their third win of the season.
Liverpool defender Martin Skrtel says he will do everything in his power to stop Fernando Torres from scoring for Chelsea on Sunday.The Spanish is striker is yet to score against Liverpool since leaving Anfield for Stamford Bridge in 2011.
Captain John Terry returns as Chelsea look to get back winning ways in the English Premier League when they host Liverpool on Sunday.Terry received a four-match ban in September for racially abusing Queens Park Rangers' defender Anton Ferdinand last season and sat on the bench in their 3-2 Champions League win against Shakhtar on Wednesday.
|12-11||Jones happy to pick up point at Chelsea|
|12-11||Carragher happy to be team man|
|11-11||Rodgers thrilled with Chelsea draw|
|11-11||Premier League: Chelsea 1 Liverpool 1|
|11-11||Suarez: I´m no diver|
|11-11||Busy schedule worries Di Matteo|
|09-11||Rodgers challenges strikers to fire|
|09-11||Skrtel determined to stop Torres|
|09-11||Premier League preview: Chelsea v Liverpool|