Liverpool moved up to second place in the Premier League after beating West Ham United 4-1 at Anfield on Saturday afternoon.
Guy Demel turned into his own net to give the Reds the lead three minutes before break, before Mamadou Sakho doubled their advantage with his first goal for the club two minutes after the restart.
Brendan Rodgers has no fresh injury concerns for tomorrow afternoon’s visit of West Ham United.
With Arsenal not playing until Sunday afternoon, Liverpool can close the gap between them and the league leaders to just four points.
Luiz Suarez continued his fine form against Norwich City, netting four of Liverpool’s five goals in a stunning victory at Anfield yesterday evening.
The Uruguayan open the scoring with a stunning 40 yard lob on fifteen minutes, before adding a second just ahead of the half hour mark by sweeping in Philippe Coutinho’s corner.
Liverpool could welcome Philippe Coutinho back to their starting line-up for this evening’s visit of Norwich City.
The Brazilian international played the last twenty-five minutes of Sunday afternoon’s shock defeat to Hull City, and could take Raheem Sterling’s place in midfield.
England manager Roy Hodgson has ruled out apologising for playing Daniel Sturridge in the recent friendly defeat to Germany, the Mirror understands.
The Liverpool striker played the entire ninety minutes at Wembley two weeks ago despite carrying a thigh injury, and has now been ruled out for up to two months after picking up an ankle problem.
Liverpool have fallen to fourth place in the Premier League after suffering a shock 3-1 defeat to Hull City at the KC Stadium yesterday afternoon.
The hosts took the lead on twenty minutes through Jake Livermore, whose shot took a mean deflection off Reds defender Martin Skrtel.
Liverpool head to Hull City on Sunday afternoon hoping to close the gap between them and leaders Arsenal.
The Gunners face Cardiff City on Saturday afternoon, and any slip up from the early season pace setters will give both Liverpool, and Chelsea in third place the chance to capitalise.
Liverpool are considering an £8m for Ryan Bertrand when the transfer window reopens, the Metro understands.
Reds’ manager Brendan Rodgers is keen on bringing in cover for Jose Enrique, who is side-lined until February after undergoing knee surgery.
Ex-Liverpool defender Sami Hyppia has revealed that is would be “special” to return to Anfield one day as manager, the Mirror understands.
The Finn enjoyed a successful ten year spell on Merseyside, winning a host of honours including the 2005 Champions League triumph in Istanbul.