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The emergence of homegrown Reds talent Missy Bo-Kearns

Making her senior debut against Chelsea Women in the FA WSL, forward Missy Bo-Kearns has started making waves. The 17-year-old has been with Liverpool FC since she was just eight-years-old. Here's what you need to know about the Reds' up-and-coming homegrown talent:  A new home-grown talent emerges As fans started to arrive at Prenton

Fulham 1-2 Liverpool: Player Ratings

Following a nervy 90 minutes at Craven Cottage, Liverpool managed to scrape all three points together and leapfrog to the top of the table again. @TLister77 gives his scores for the team's individual performances against Fulham:  Sunday’s fixture saw Jürgen Klopp name an unchanged starting XI to the side which came

Match Preview: Fulham vs Liverpool

Liverpool prepare to make the trip to Craven Cottage to face a struggling Fulham who haven’t won a game since January. The Reds will be looking to do the double over the Cottagers following a convincing 2-0 win at Anfield earlier this season. Team News Reds skipper Jordan Henderson will miss the game

Reds see off tricky Burnley to keep heat on title race

Jürgen Klopp's Reds cancelled out a nightmare start and a potentially nervy finish to keep up with the Premier League title race. Liverpool saw out well-earned 4-2 victory over a plucky Burnley side. Goals Westwood 6' Firmino 19' Mané 21' Firmino 67' Gudmundsson 90+1' (Vydra) Mané 90+3' (Sturridge) An ominous opening and a sound response Jürgen Klopp made two changes to the side that drew 0-0

Player Ratings: Salah’s penalty seals the deal against Brighton

Liverpool were under pressure to bounce back from their recent back-to-back defeats. Brighton & Hove Albion made it tricky for the Reds, but a Mohamed Salah penalty was enough to give them all three points. @Hormiz_LFC gives his player ratings: Player Ratings Alisson: 7 Brighton didn't have a single shot on target so Alisson had little

Salah’s Brighton pen sends Liverpool back in form

Mohamed Salah's penalty against Brighton fires Liverpool to a seven-point lead at the top after back-to-back defeats.  An injury scare to Trent Alexander-Arnold and a Fabinho/van Dijk makeshift partnership at the back proved to be non-factors in an otherwise dominant win for the Reds. Goals Mohamed Salah 50' (PEN) https://twitter.com/LFC/status/1084087616255987712 With Dejan Lovren's latest injury

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