Last Updated: 23/02/14 3:34pm
What a game! Thanks for joining us this afternoon. Be sure to check back shortly for a full match report, reaction from both managers and player ratings. Enjoy the rest of your Sunday.
FT: It's all over at Anfield and Liverpool are 4-3 winners after a thrilling game. Braces from both Daniel Sturridge and Jordan Henderson secured the three points but Swansea didn't half make them work for it. 4-3.
Swansea have a decent chance as the ball finds its way to Ngog. On the turn he looks to get a strike away but can't quite get hold of it and Mignolet comfortably collects.
Gerrard then forces Vorm into a smart save to parry away his strike as we approach the 90-minute mark.
Big chance for Liverpool to win it as Gerrard clips the post with a low, first-time effort from the left after Coutinho found him. It's inches away from rolling back over the line.
Henderson kick-starts a Liverpool counter but it breaks down as Suarez can't quite combine as they look to force an opening. Swansea are camped inside their own half.
Suarez curls an effort into the arms of Vorm from outside of the area. They're clearly not happy to sit on a one-goal lead here.
Flanagan does well to get back and cover, breaking up a Swansea move and Livepool can look to go forward. Routledge holds back Flanagan's shirt and they have a free-kick just inside the Swans's half.
Allen breaks at pace for Liverpool down the left, he tries to find Moses inside the area but Swansea scramble it away. The hosts are looking to extend their lead but they need to be wary of leaving themselves short.
Liverpool are fortunate that the ball falls kindly for Mignolet after Johnson came across to slam his clearance against Skrtel and it headed towards goal.
Swansea are enjoying a good spell of possession here and Anfield is quite tense as the home fans know their side has been susceptible to defensive errors this afternoon.
Ngog wins Swansea a corner which Gerrard clears with a flying header. Britton keeps the move alive but Mignolet wins a free-kick after Williams is deemed to have challenged unfairly with him in the air.
Victor Moses replaces the effervescent Daniel Sturridge for Liverpool with just over 10 minutes remaining.
Swansea are going to make a change as Nathan Dyer is replaced by David Ngog against his former team.
Henderson fires into the arms of Vorm after some smart play from Suarez down the right. The midfielder has been impressive once again this afternoon and could quite easily have had a hat-trick.
Henderson couldn't miss from there as Vorm just couldn't push it to safety and Liverpool are now in control. Victor Moses was preparing to come on prior to the goal but it looks like Rodgers has changed his mind.
GOAL! Liverpool are back in front as Jordan Henderson grabs his second of the afternoon after Vorm had parried Suarez' strike into his path. 4-3.
Pablo Hernandez does come on for Swansea, replacing Jonathan de Guzman in what looks to be an attacking change.
Liverpool are throwing men forward and Williams, who has been excellent this second half, heads away Suarez' cross and the move comes to nothing.
Sturridge comes deep to pick the ball up and wins a free-kick inside the Liverpool half under pressure from Taylor. Swansea are preparing to bring on Hernandez.
Suarez' frustrations continue after Sturridge finds him before he slices a low effort well wide of Vorm's goal.
Suarez then wants a handball off Williams after the defender got the better off him. It hasn't quite been the striker's day so far but he's been heavily involved.
On the penalty shout. Coutinho fed Suarez inside the box, he flicked it up and looked to turn away from Canas but his route to goal was just blocked off and he threw himself to the crowd. It would have been harsh on Swansea.
There's a big penalty appeal for Liverpool as Suarez goes down inside the box. The home crowd are incensed but it's waved away. Hard to call in all honesty.
Chico Flores is struggling for Swansea with a knock. He leaves the pitch to receive treatment and there's a break in play with Swansea momentarily a man down.
The home crowd is becoming quite anxious every time Swansea attack. There have been a few errors at the back from Liverpool and it did appear to clip Mignolet's arm outside of the box.
There's a scary moment for Liverpool in defence as it almost looks as though Mignolet has handled outside of his area after a lack of communication from Skrtel and Toure.
Liverpool break from the corner and Allen feeds Sturridge who is charging into the area, he has an eye for goal but Williams gets across superbly to block and the hosts have a corner.
Henderson is then involved at the other end as he diverts De Guzman's cross over the bar with his head. Swansea corner.
There's some great play from Henderson down the right, he manages to get away from Canas before finding Sturridge on the edge of the box. He tees himself up with a smart turn before attempting to lob it into the top corner. Just wide.
Mignolet is forced into action as he uses his feet to deny De Guzman who was storming into the area down the right. Swansea are looking to more dangerous of the two teams at the minute.
It looks as though Liverpool will now operate in more of a 4-4-2 line-up with Sturridge moving into a more central role up front alongside Suarez. Allen drops into the middle and Henderson has gone out wide onto the right with Coutinho on the left.
Brendan Rodgers makes his first change of the day as Joe Allen replaces Raheem Sterling for Liverpool.
De Guzman is inches away from putting Swansea in front with an ambitious free-kick. From some 30 yards out he tries to bend it inside of Mignolet's post, but it's ever so slightly wide and Liverpool get away with it. The travelling fans thought that was in.
Routledge gets the better of Flanagan down the left before pulling it back for Canas. The balls continues to be switched across the field and Johnson backs into Dyer and Swansea are given a free-kick in a decent position. De Guzman stands over it.
Gerrard out-muscles Canas in the middle but that's not how the referee sees it and Swansea win a free-kick. Liverpool eventually regain possession but Sterling and Suarez just can't quite combine down the right and it goes behind for a goalkick.
Suarez bursts into the box before smashing it over the bar from an acute angle. It's been frustrating for him in front of goal so far but he is getting in all the right positions.
Liverpool have a free-kick in a good crossing position after Canas brings down Sturridge. Gerrard to deliver from the left with men in the box.
Back to that penalty decision and replays show that there was a push from Skrtel on Bony and it probably was the right decision. Brendan Rodgers won't be too happy with it though as Agger was easily dealing with the cross. The game is showing no signs of slowing down.
Big chance for Liverpool at the other end as Sturridge feeds Suarez. He just holds onto it slightly too long and looks to round Vorm, he finds himself wide and Vorm does well with the save to deflect it behind for a corner.
GOAL! Swansea do equalise as Bony slots into the bottom corner just out of the reach of Mignolet. 3-3.
PENALTY! Wilfried Bony goes down under pressure from Skrtel in the area and Swansea have the chance to equalise. Bony to take.
Hearing that it's a hamstring problem which has forced Shelvey off at the break. That'll be a big blow for Swansea as he was influential in the first half.
The teams are back out for the second half and Swansea make a change as Jose Canas replaces goalscorer Jonjo Shelvey.
HT: The referee signals for half-time and Liverpool take a 3-2 lead into the break after a pulsating opening 45 minutes. Goals from Sturridge and Henderson had seemingly put them in control, but the visitors hit back through a Shelvey stunner and a deflected Bony header. Sturridge then headed home a Suarez cross and that is what separates the sides. 3-2.
There is a minimum of three minutes stoppage time at the end of this first half. Swansea are the ones in attack at the moment.
Swansea are pressing now and it opens up for Dyer on the edge of the box. Rangel's run took Johnson out of the game but the Swansea winger just dragged his shot wide of Mignolet's goal.
Swansea break and Bony forces Mignolet into a smart save low down to his right to tip it behind for a corner. De Guzman takes and an unmarked Rangel heads high and wide.
Liverpool continue to press and Sturridge is patient on the right of the box. He waits for support and gets it from Henderson, he tees up the midfielder but Henderson just can't connect with his attempted flick and Swansea clear.
A Liverpool counter attack breaks down as Rangel does excellently to dispossess Sterling after Henderson had fed him down the left.
The Swansea fans are chanting Brendan Rodgers' name but things seem to have momentarily calmed down on the pitch as we approach half-time.
Routledge gets the batter of Flanagan down the left and looks to get a cross away. It's an inviting delivery but there's a lack of support in the box and it goes behind.
Suarez tries an audacious effort from inside the centre circle having spotted Vorm off his line. We've seen him done that in the past but this time his effort just evades the bar.
There's the SAS partnership at its best as Suarez floated it towards Sturridge who doesn't miss from that range. Liverpool were resilient in their build-up play, with Flanagan and Coutinho looking for a way into a crowded box, but Suarez sneaked into space on the left and he new exactly where his strike partner would be.
Sterling looks for the run of Johnson who was charging forward down the left, but it's slightly over-hit and Vorm is happy to watch it roll out for a goalkick.
De Guzman tussles with Gerrard and Liverpool win a free-kick which is greeted by sarcastic cheers from the home fans.
Liverpool are just starting to enjoy a bit of possession but Swansea are given some respite and Flanagan is pulled up for a little push on Taylor as he looked to latch onto the ball down the right wing.
Sterling has the opportunity to go again and he looks to get a cross away, only to see it deflect kindly into the arms of Vorm.
The Swansea corner is dangerous but Liverpool clear and they can break. Suarez feeds Sterling out wide on the left but Taylor does well to get across with a strong challenge to guide it out of play.
Swansea are now full of confidence as you'd expect and they are in possession in the Liverpool half as they look to force another opening. Anfield is shocked.
It's all happening at Anfield! It may have been Skrtel with the final touch and Liverpool aren't best pleased with the decision to award the initial free-kick, but it was an excellent delivery from de Guzman, Bony nodded it on and the deflection just wrong-footed Mignolet.
GOAL! Wilfried Bony equalises for Swansea, flicking de Guzman's free-kick past Mignolet! What a game. 2-2
Martin Skrtel is the first player to go into the book for a strong challenge on Shelvey. Free-kick for Swansea in a good position.
Well Swansea are suddenly right back in it and Anfield stood to applause for Shelvey then who opted not to celebrate against his former side. It was Dyer with the lay-off and he just slammed it in off the bar with Mignolet flying through the air.
GOAL! Jonjo Shelvey bags an absolute screamer to pull one back for the Swans, curling it first time into the top corner. 2-1.
That's just brilliant from Henderson but credit also has to go to Sturridge in the build-up. He beat Taylor out wide on the right before finding Henderson in space on the edge of the area. The Liverpool midfielder then made it look so easy, bending it into the top corner past a flat-footed Vorm. Liverpool are in cruise control.
GOAL! Jordan Henderson doubles Liverpool's lead with a beauty, finding the top corner after good play from Sturridge! 2-0.
Shelvey is afforded space once again to run at the defence. Skrtel invites him to take on the shot but he gets it all wrong as he tries to bend it into the top corner and it goes well wide.
De Guzman's delivery at the resulting corner is wasteful and Gerrard can easily play at the near post.
Bony plays it through the legs of Gerrard to feed Shelvey who is striding forward with intent. There's only one thing on his mind as he goes for goal but Skrtel is there with the block to deflect it behind for a corner. De Guzman to take.
Swansea do look dangerous on the break and Bony comes close again, only for Mignolet to pounce at his feet and get a vital touch. Taylor did well to keep it in play down the left, he cut it across goal looking for the striker, but the Liverpool stopper showed great bravery to smother it.
Swansea break and Bony is inches away from connecting with Shelvey's whipped delivery across goal. He just couldn't quite adjust his feet and Flanagan was waiting to shore things up.
Henderson clips the feet of Routledge and Swansea are awarded a free-kick inside their own half and will look to get the ball forward.
Skrtel's long ball forward goes all the way behind for a goalkick but Liverpool do regain possession and look positive every time they have it.
Liverpool continue to press but Coutinho and Henderson aren't quite on the same wave length and the moves breaks down. Swansea are starting to see a bit more of the ball now.
Chico Flores clatters into Suarez and Liverpool have a free-kick deep inside their own half. The striker eventually returns to his feet and looks okay to continue.
Swansea get their first sight of goal as Bony blazes a half-volley over after Shelvey had kick-started a counter attack. Decent chance and a warning for Liverpool.
The resulting corner is blocked and Sterling is eventually unable to find anyone with his return cross and it goes behind for a goalkick.
Liverpool seem to be full of confidence, Sterling in particular, as the young winger forces Vorm into a smart save to palm away his effort from the edge of the area. Swansea look shell-shocked, they've barely had a sniff.
Dream start for Liverpool. Rangel initially lost the ball inside the Reds' half and Sterling was quick to get onto it. He spotted the perfectly-timed run of Sturridge and picked him out with a lovely ball with the outside of his boot. Vorm was perhaps too quick off his line and Sturridge just did what he does so often.
GOAL! Daniel Sturridge gives Liverpool the lead, latching onto Sterling's perfect through ball before rounding Vorm and applying the finish into an empty net. 1-0.
Vorm is forced to swiftly come off his line to clear up field after Chico's back-pass almost sold him short. Not quite the start Garry Monk would have had in mind.
Liverpool mount an early attack as Suarez picks up the loose ball inside the Swansea half. He feeds Coutinho who cuts inside from the left before seeing his effort blocked from outside of the area.
Right then, the teams are out at Anfield and are going through the usual pre-match pleasantries. Liverpool are in their traditional all red while Swansea are in all white with kick-off just minutes away.
Kosamu has emailed to say: "The score will be 5-1 to Liverpool and the scorers will be Suarez 1,Steve G 1,Sturridge 1,Sterling 1,Skrtel 1." While Anuragh says: "Suarez has been in great form but wish he scored 3 goals and it wouldn't hurt to see one of Gerrard's classic long shot goals."
While Swansea boss Garry Monk tells us: "I've tried to pick a team to put in a performance. We've had a lot of games in a short space of time. It'll be a tough game for us but one we're looking forward to. Jonjo (Shelvey) has looked sharp in training and we've put him in there today."
Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers tells Sky Sports his thinking behind the starting line-up having made three changes: "We've prepared a team to win the game. Obviously the players to come out were excellent last week. It's one where we feel we needed to make the changes. We felt we deserved much more from the game (v Arsenal) performance-wise, but we haven't dwelled on it. We've had a good week's training and we know this is going to be a difficult game for us."
Daniel Jenkins (@Welsh_Deejay) on Twitter is also full of confidence. He says: "Going to be a walk in the park, Suarez and Sturridge to get a brace." Are any Swans fans fancying their chances this afternoon?
A Liverpool win appears to be the overwhelming prediction coming in this afternoon and our friends over at Sky Bet feel the same way too, pricing the Reds at 2/7. A draw is 9/2 while a surprise away win is a massive 10/1. Sky Sports pundit Jamie Redknapp also has a number of his usual hot tips and a 2-1 Liverpool win looks appealing at 15/2.
Via email, Salfu from Sunderland says: "Hoping for a comfortable win for The Reds. Our Premier League form has been tremendous and with the strike force we have, you know we'll score goals but then we don't know what a clean sheet is. Lets hope Agger and Johnson change this. I'm going for 5-1 Liverpool. We need a good start and need to lift the crowd."
On Twitter, Rapper Rene #HFam (@ReneHFam) says: "Liverpool 4 - 1 all Liverpool or ex Liverpool players to score." While Shane Stuart has emailed to say: "I believe it's gonna end up the same score as last years fixture Ryan. I'm going to 5-0 Liverpool and Suarez first scorer. YNWA."
With just over 20 minutes remaining until kick-off at Anfield, feel free to keep your thoughts and predictions coming. Either Tweet me: @ryanparrish1919 or email: email@example.com and a selection of the best will be published.
Plenty of you backing three points for the hosts this afternoon. Ashley has emailed to say: "Can only see a Liverpool win today, Swans be tired after that great draw with Napoli. Liverpool 2-0." While Jim Honeyman says: "I think Liverpool will win but maybe closer than a lot of people think. I say 2-1 but would like to see another 5 -1! If Liverpool score early it will be a hammering."
Killian Crowe-Brady (@KCB_LFCIS4ME_) has Tweeted to say: "5-1 to LFC Suarez with 2, Stevie G with 1 Sterling and Sturridge with 1 each... Bony for the Swans."
On the email, Andrew Collins from Kent says: "I can only see a win for Liverpool today, however my growing fear is that the likes of Sterling/Sturridge/Gerrard are going to suffer huge amounts of fatigue come the end of the season.. All potential world cup starters?!"
So Liverpool make three changes to the side that fell to a 2-1 defeat to Arsenal in the FA Cup last weekend as Mignolet, Johnson and Henderson all return. As for the Swans, they too make three changes from Thursday's 0-0 draw with Napoli as de Guzman, Taylor and Shelvey come in.
Christine Fox has also emailed and she is backing Liverpool too: "Expecting a good game. Swansea did great against Napoli, But I think Liverpool win 3-1 YNWA"
Thanks to Chris Green from Huddersfield who has emailed in with his score prediction. He says: "Liverpool to win 4-1, with Sterling, Suarez (2) and Sturridge scoring the goals."
As ever, you can get in touch with your thoughts and score predictions before, during and after the game. Just drop me a line either by Twitter: @ryanparrish1919 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org and a selection of the best will be published as we build-up to kick-off.
Swansea XI v Liverpool: Vorm, Rangel, Chico, Williams (C), Taylor, Britton, de Guzman, Shelvey, Dyer, Routledge, Bony.
Liverpool XI v Swansea: Mignolet, Johnson, Flanagan, Skrtel, Agger, Gerrard, Henderson, Sterling, Coutinho, Suarez, Sturridge.
Swansea are still scrapping in a congested bottom half of the table but have made a bright start to life under new boss Garry Monk. Having beaten Welsh rivals Cardiff 3-0 and drawn 1-1 with Swansea City, they currently stand four points clear of the relegation zone. An impressive performance on Thursday in a 0-0 Europa League clash with Napoli will also have boosted confidence, but it remains to be seen how much their exertions will have taken out of the players.
Liverpool may have been beaten 2-1 by Arsenal in the FA Cup last weekend but they have been in blistering form in the Premier League recently, following up their 5-1 thrashing of the Gunners with a dramatic 3-2 win at Fulham. Yesterday's results were not ideal as the top three all won, but the Reds remain in fourth place and can move back to within four points of leaders Chelsea with a win this afternoon.