Premier League:Liverpool vs. Hull City

In Barclays Premiership League, Football on September 23, 2009 at 19:11

By Joe,

Steven Gerrard came to the rescue last time Liverpool played Hull City at Anfield. Will the captain win it for the Reds this time?

Steven Gerrard came to the rescue last time Liverpool played Hull City at Anfield. Will the captain win it for the Reds this time?

After the home defeat to Aston Villa one month ago, Liverpool have gone strengthen to strengthen. Captain Steven Gerrard, Fernando Torres, Ryan Babel and Dirk Kuyt have turned their game up and produced the results that Coach Rafa Benitez wanted. They will host Hull City at Anfield Road and looks surely to make it their sixth consecutive win in a roll.

Rafa Benitez made 9 changes in their midweek 1-0 win in the League Cup against Leeds United. The game didn’t end without some controversial as Javier Mascherano was caught on TV elbowing a Leeds player in the 2nd half. The Argentinean will be subject to a FA investigation and his place against Hull City looks doubtful. Both Gerrard and Torres started on the bench against Leeds and they look most certainly rested for the Premier league game.  Danish defender Daniel Agger is training with the squad again and could play a role sometime in the near future.

The Tigers made nine changes in the midweek’s heavy defeat to Everton, in the League Cup, from the side that lost to Birmingham last Saturday. Kamil Zayatte and Jan Vennegoor of Hesselink were the two players that retained their places in the starting lineup. This year, Hull have started their campaign in poor form and looking likely to play a part in the relegation battle. Coach Phil Brown has been busy in the transfer market but seemingly finding it hard to get his players gel together. They are currently 19th in the league and they really need to get their defensive marking up a notch.

Things are going well for Liverpool and it will take a lot of hard work if any teams want to claim any points at Anfield. The last time the two teams faced each other in Anfield ended 2-2 and could the Tigers land themselves another good result? Liverpool will get the better of Hull and Betsson is offering Liverpool at 1.18 for a win.

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