Last Updated: 19/05/13 5:51pm
FULL-TIME; Jamie Carragher signs off with a win as Liverpool beat QPR 1-0 thanks to Philippe Coutinho's goal.
Mackie has a chance to spoil the part as Hoilett picks out Mackie inside the box, but he curls his shot wide.
Liverpool make their final change as Carragher comes off to a standing ovation for Coates. The Liverpool defender gets a hug from his boss.
Great acrobatic save from Green to keep out Enrique's powerful effort after being teed up by Borini.
Liverpool go close to a second goal as Suso's initial shot is parried by Green before Downing sees his follow up shot blocked on the line by Traore.
Suso has a sight of goal as the ball drops to him on the edge of the box, but his shot is comfortably saved by Green.
Great block from Onuoha to keep out Coutinho's shot after being found by Downing on the edge of the box.
Townsend is booked for dissent after complaining too much about not being given a free-kick after appearing to have been fouled on the edge of the box.
Coutinho then almost lays a goal on a plate for Sturridge. but he fails to get his effort on target before Henderson then gets the rebound horribly wrong as he misses the ball completely.
So close to the perfect moment as Carragher drills in a stunning shot which flies off the post. What a moment that would have been.
Great run from Downing as he races into the box only to drill his right-footed shot into the side-netting.
Granero almosts gets Remy in on goal, but Reina is off his line to nick the ball off the foward's toes.
Great responsible play from Ibe to race back and rob Granero of the ball just as QPR threatened a counter attack.
Henderson slips in Johnson with a superb pass down the right, but his pull back is poor and cleared.
Enrique fires in a shot which Green parries out and Hill is alert to clear the danger before Sturridge can get on the end of it.
HALF-TIME: The referee brings the first half to a close with Liverpool leading thanks to Philippe Coutinho's superb strike.
Coutinho wins the ball back and he tries to shoot he slips and loses his footing and the ball runs through to Green.
Sturridge tries his luck from the edge of the box, but leaning back he hits his effort well over the top.
Storming run from Enrique and he races into the box, but off balance he blazes his right-footed shot over the top.
Downing tries to pick out Sturridge inside the box, but his pass is overhit and it runs out of play.
Townsend has a sight of goal from the edge of the box, but he drags his effort wide of the target. The visitors coming into the game a bit more now.
Great ball in from Traore almost finds Zamora who had a clear sight of goal there, but Liverpool escape.
Johnson works his way to the edge of the box and drills in a left-footed shot just over the top. Decent effort from the defender.
Remy creates a chance for QPR out of nothing as he turns on the edge of the box and fires in a left-footed shot which fizzes just wide of the target.
Claims for a penalty as Downing picks out Carragher inside the box and his shot comes off the hand of Derry, but the home side's appeals are waved away.
Coutinho tries to pick out Carragher inside the box, but the Liverpool defender is penalised for handball.
GOAL: Great strike from Coutinho from the edge of the box after being teed up Ibe. Sweet strike from the Brazilian from fully 25 yards.
QPR have claims for a penalty turned down as Remy goes down in the box, but referee Martin Atkinson is not impressed. May have been a little bit of contact from Lucas.
Liverpool go close to scoring as Coutinho's header is kicked off the line by Harriman, but it looked like the ball was over the line.
The two sides are out on the pitch as they prepare to give Jamie Carragher a guard of honour onto the pitch.
Ibe is the fourth youngest Premier League debutant for Liverpool after Jack Robinson, Sterling and Michael Owen.
Lucas, via Twitter is predicting Jamie Carragher to play up front for the final ten minutes if Liverpool are winning.
Cian Hughes is sad to see Jamie Carragher hang up his boots after today's game and is going for an easy Liverpool win today.
Kevin Gould is surprised that Ibe is handed his debut but is hoping Jamie Carragher can bow out with a win and is predicting a 3-0 home victory. What are your predicitions?
Teenage winger Jordon Ibe was given his Liverpool debut at home to QPR in veteran defender Jamie Carragher's 737th and final match before retirement.The 17-year-old, who was included in the matchday squad but not used in the defeat at Southampton in March, was one of three changes from last week's win at Fulham along with defenders Jose Enrique and Martin Skrtel.QPR also made three changes from the defeat at Newcastle with Shaun Derry, Park Ji-sung and Michael Harriman coming in as the relegated Londoners bid farewell to the Premier League.
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QPR XI v Liverpool: Green, Harriman, Onuoha, Hill, Traore, Derry, Park, Remy, Zamora, Townsend, Mbia.
Liverpool starting XI v QPR: Reina, Johnson, Enrique, Carragher, Skrtel, Lucas, Henderson, Downing, Ibe, Coutinho, Sturridge.
The Reds are heavily odds-on to inflict a 12th away defeat of the season on QPR and, having kept 10 cleans sheets in their last 15 home matches in the league, Liverpool to win to nil has proved one of the most popular bets. Bredan Rodgers' men are in rampant form having scored 39 times since the turn of the year, more than any other Premier League team in 2013, and a 5-0 home win is a 22/1 price boost, while Liverpool -2 has also proved popular at 13/8.
Whilst we wait for the team news, why not visit our friends at SkyBet for a little flutter. Liverpool 2/9 Draw 6/1 QPR 11/1