Last Updated: 23/03/14 9:56am
It's all over here at the Cardiff City Stadium. The Bluebirds started the game in terrific fashion, but Liverpool showed their title credentials with Suarez stealing the show. FInal score Cardiff City 3, Liverpool 6.
GOAL! Suarez wins the ball off Cala, who was trying to gather the clearance, and the Uruguayan gets his hat-trick with a deft finish. Sterling gutted that he wasn't payed in there.
Marshall fluffs a save from Suarez and Joe Allen nearly gets there, but the goalkeeper gets it clear.
Fabio curls it into the far post, but Liverpool get it clear. Jones down in the area with an injury.
Cala this time fouls Suarez. Liverpool take it quickly and Suarez plays it across to Sterling. There's a bit of a scramble in the box, but Cardiff get it temporarily clear.
Cardiff playing the ball around the Liverpool box looking for a way through, but Mutch blazes a cross over the bar.
GOAL! Johnson finds Suarez with a terrific long diagonal ball with a failed Caulker clearance. The Uruguayan plays the ball across the goal and Sturridge with an easy tap in.
Theophile-Catherine plays it over the top to the near side, where Jones fouls Johnson trying to get to the ball.
Cardiff piling on a bit of pressure again, playing the ball around the Liverpool area. the Reds seem to be dealing with it, though.
GOAL! Suarez again. A good attacking move down the left. Johnson plays the ball into Sturridge who plays it to the Uruguayan with a deft back-heel. Suarez making no mistake sweeping home first time.
Agger with a good tackle as Campbell looked to go through on goal. Before Fabio fouls Sturridge again.
Referee just talking to the players after Medel shoves Suarez in the box. Cardiff have Mutch and Theophile-Catherine off the pitch.
Suarez hits the wall, and wins a corner off the head of Theophile-Catherine, who is receiving treatment.
Sturridge wins a free kick right on the edge of the area after a good run. Fabio goes into the book.
Half-time. Cardiff were all over right from the off, while the Reds have struggled to get going. However, Liverpool have shown their attacking prowess with two easy goal to restore parity.
Marshall off his line quickly to stop Suarez after a terrific one-touch passing move from Liverpool.
Sturridge showing a great turn of pace to get into the box, and forces Medel to make a dodgy, but successful clearance.
GOAL! Liverpool right back in it. Coutinho gets the ball back after the corner is cleared, puts in a terrific cross and Skrtel reacts quickly to touch the ball into the back of the net.
Theophile-Catherine all over Suarez and brings him down, but the referee, again, not having any of it.
Sturridge makes a good run into the box, his shot is deflected off Caulker, but Marshall is equal to it.
The corner is taken short and Allen is in acres of space, but he drags his shot and it rolls harmlessly for a goal kick.
Free kick in a dangerous area for Suarez., but the Uruguayan can't get it past the wall. Liverpool corner.
Medel with a clearance as Allen looked to pick a pass in the box. Coutinho with a shot from distance, but it's well wide of the mark.
GOAL! Campbell makes it two after the Liverpool defence goes to sleep, Gives the number 10 too much space and he makes no mistake in drilling the ball home.
Sturridge plays the ball across the goal, but it's just behind Suarez, who would have had another easy finish. Goal kick.
Liverpool dominating the possession, pinning Cardiff all the way back. The back five proving hard to break down, though.
GOAL! Liverpool stroking the ball around a bit better now and get the killer pass from Johnson and Suarez has an easy finish at the near post.
Liverpool passing the ball around the midfield, not had much luck in the final third here. Suarez this time giving the ball away.
Suarez tries to play Sturridge through on goal, but the striker's touch takes it out for a goal kick.
GOAL! Jordon Mutch opens the scoring after a poor pass from Allen. Campbell picking out Mutch on the edge of the area, who rolls it into the far corner.
Early free kick for Cardiff in a dangerous area for a Gerrard foul on Campbell. The Reds skipper booked as well.
There we have it folks, a lot of reactions from you guys today. Players are making their way out and kick-off is imminent. Enjoy the game.
Ayesha Poli: What can I say about todays game besides the fact that I've been waiting the whole week to see my magical liverpool play again. After last weeks performance I am not worried and know Liverpool secure a win.
Dale Harris in response to Adam Gillis: Its not that most people side with the higher/in form team at this moment the Liverpool strike force are the best in europe, they have just come off the back of two 3-0 wins at difficult places and Cardiff aren't performing if Liverpool score within the first 15 mins they will score another 2-3 for sure.
Dave: What a shock result from Stamford Bridge ! This puts pressure on but also means a golden chance for the Reds to put some daylight between them and Arsenal. I knew we would beat Utd last week but this one is tough. Should roll out easy winners. Can't see Cardiff scoring so 0-4 to the Reds! YNWA.
Lloyd Webb: We were very unlucky at Everton last week so we will come out today with our heads held high. Campbell and Bellamy even Cala to score today! It will be a very tough match today but people need to stop doubting us just because we are bottom bar 1 it doesn't mean we've already lost just because we are playing a top flight team. We can do this. The motivation they have will get us going! 2-1 to the city!!!!! BLLLUUUUUEEEEBBBIIIIRRDS!
Benjamin Johnstone: No question about that Liverpool win get the three points today with Suarez and Sturridge running riot against the Cardiff defense. Liverpool 3-0 Cardiff.
Charlie Skinner: Think it's important that we don't underestimate Cardiff today. They're a team battling it out for their lives and will have fantastic support behind them. Regardless, I'm routing for the reds today (Liverpool that is) and any result today will need to be hard earned. (Shout out to Callum Howland!
Adam Gillis: I hate how most people side with the higher placed/ in form team. This will be a tough test for Liverpool, the Cardiff players will be motivated to face such a well established club and at the same time are fighting to stay in the league. I think it well end 1-1 with Bellamy and Suarez on target.
Shaun Samra: With Chelsea going 7 points clear, it's vital the Reds get 3 points here. I am sure Brenden Rogers' men will not underestimate Cardiff. My prediction is 1-3...Come on Liverpool!
See that there are some Liverpool fans with reservations over this game. And with the result at Stamford Bridge as it is, a win over Cardiff has become even more important for the Reds.
Justin Tan: I am a big big Liverpool fan. Last week we destroyed Man Utd, this time we sure can destroy Cardiff 4-0 scored by SAS.CHAMPIONS LEAGUE IS OURS!!!
Mikaeil: I'm a big Liverpool fan and I fear a tough game for us today. Although we had an outstanding game last week against United, we struggled a bit away at Fulham. I'm going for Liverpool to win 2-1.
Liverpool have been in terrific goalscoring form and have been backed at 5/4 to score three or more goals today, with Steven Gerrard 6/4 to score anytime according to our friends at Sky Bet. Frazier Campbell is rated at 11/4 to score in the 90 minutes.
Cian Hughes: I'm a huge Liverpool fan and believe we can get 3 points here today. Last weekend vs Man Utd was outstanding and a great performance by the lads! Really proud to be a Liverpool supporter! I think Liverpool will win 4-0. Suarez (2) and Sturridge (2)
Welcome to the Cardiff City Stadium where Cardiff City host Liverpool in today's game. Can the Bluebirds bounce back from a disappointing defeat to Everton, or will the Reds maintain their unbeaten run and stay in the title race? Send your views / predictions for today's game to Chris.Vermeulen@teamtalkmedia.com and I will post up the best throughout the afternoon.