Liverpool's preparations for this weekend's Merseyside derby have suffered a blow after defender Jose Enrique was ruled out.
Liverpool striker Daniel Sturridge has declared himself fit and ready for England's friendly game at Wembley.
Ex-Tory PM John Major says he is sorry for not ordering a new investigation into the Hillsborough Disaster
Liverpool footballers have been delivering some Christmas cheer at Alder Hey children's hospital.
Steven Gerrard and Luis Suarez were among the first team squad giving out presents to young supporters on the children's ward.
Manager Brendan Rodgers also joined them as they made their annual visit to the hospital.
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Liverpool's Andre Wisdom was forced to abandon his sports car after following his sat-nav down a muddy track while driving to a match.
The Premier League footballer, who is on loan at Derby County, got lost on his way to the Championship side's 3-0 home victory over Sheffield Wednesday.
Pictures posted on social media websites showed Wisdom's Porsche Panamera stranded in a mud-filled hollow surrounded by trees.
Confirming details of the incident, a Derby County club spokesman said: "Andre visited a local shop on the way to Saturday's game against Sheffield Wednesday and, being new and unfamiliar to the area, he programmed the stadium's postcode into his sat-nav.
"The route provided took him down a less than traditional road, where conditions were also poor, and ultimately his car got stuck and he, along with the club, made suitable arrangements to ensure he was at Pride Park Stadium on time for the game and his car was recovered on Saturday evening."
Liverpool manager, Brendan Rodgers, thrilled the students at Rainhill High by taking three of his young stars back to their old school.