Last Updated: 22/11/12 9:56pm
It's all over as the referee brings the game to a close and it finishes 2-2 at Anfield to leave Liverpool still needing a result in the final game to qualify for the last 32.
GOAL: Zverotic fires in a stunning equaliser for Young Boys with a thumping shot from the edge of the box.
Zverotic drills a shot from 30 yards out which is straight down the throat of Reina who gathers the ball at the second attempt.
Reina has a lucky escape as he comes for Zverotic's free-kick and gets nowhere near it and is relieved to see Bobadilla's header fail to go goalwards.
GOAL: Joe Cole restores Liverpool's lead with a left-footed finish under the keeper after being played in by Gerrard's pass.
Suarez is straight into the action, but his pass towards Assaidi is just too strong and runs out of play.
Assaidi wastes a decent opening as he fails to control Skrtel's pass inside the box and the ball runs out of play for goalkick to Young Boys.
GOAL: Play switches straight to the other end and Bobadilla brings the ball down on his chest inside the box before smashing his shot high into the net past Reina.
Liverpool go close to a second goal as Suso plays in Cole on goal, but Young Boys keeper Wolfli is quickly off his line to block the effort.
Farnerud has a sight of goal and he fires in a shot which flies just over the crossbar. Good effort from the Swedish international.
Good defending from Sutter to steal the ball off Assaidi before winning a free-kick for the visitors.
Tomas Manning is worried that Steven Gerrard has been forced into the action so early and he has been impressed by the Young Boys support.
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The referee brings the first half to a close with Liverpool leading 1-0 at the break thanks to Jonjon Shelvey's effort.
Bobadilla has a header for Young Boys inside the six-yard box, but he fails to direct his effort on target.
Suso goes close for Liverpool as Cole finds the Spaniard in space, but his curling effort just goes wide.
Liverpool almost make it 2-0 as Cole's shot is diverted goalwards by Skrtel before being cleared off the line by Nuzzolo.
GOAL: Liverpool break the deadlock through Shelvey. Suso plays in on Cole inside the box and his lofted chip over the keeper is headed into the empty net by Shelvey.
It looks like Wisdom has picked up a knock and in the reshuffle Henderson will go to right-back with Gerrard playing in midfield.
From the resulting corner Skrtel sees his header deflected behind for another corner before Skrtel is adjudged to have fouled in the second corner.
Best chance of the game as Shelvey sends Henderson in on goal with a superb flick, but Wolfli produces a good save to keep out Henderson's shot.
Great run from Assaidi who picks out Henderson who in turns plays in Cole, but the midfielder is caught offside to end a promising attack from the home side.
Good sliding block from Skrtel to block Farnerud's effort for a corner to Young Boys. The corner is cleared by Downing.
Cole goes close for Liverpool as Shelvey plays him in wide on the right, but he drags his shot just wide of the far post. Better from the home team.
Suso has Liverpool's first noteworthy chance of the game, but his effort from 30 yards out flies well wide of the target.
Schneuwly has a sight of goal for Young Boys, but his shot from the edge of the box is comfortably saved by Reina.
10 minutes gone and Liverpool have struggled to make any inroads in the final third as they are playing without a recognised striker.
Great vocal support from the travelling Young Boys fans and they will be encouraged by their side's start
The play switches straight to the other end and Reina is again called into the action to save Nuzzolo's effort.
Liverpool struggling to make any impact so far as Wisdom's pass towards Cole is overhit and straight out of play.
Bobadilla has a shot from the edge of the box which is saved by Reina. Young Boys have been very positive so far.
Young Boys go straight on the attack from the kick-off and Zarate sends his effort over the top. Bright start from the visitors.
Tomas Manning believes Liverpool should be concentrating on the Premier League rather than the Europa League.
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Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers made seven changes for the Europa League visit of Young Boys which could see them qualify for the knockout stage with a match to spare.Jose Reina's 81st European appearance took him past Ray Clemence's club record for a goalkeeper while midfielder Jonjo Shelvey was selected as a makeshift striker with Luis Suarez on the bench alongside the likes of Steven Gerrard and Raheem Sterling.Young Boys, who knew defeat would end their hopes after Anzhi Makhachkala beat Udinese earlier, made just one change from the team who beat the Italians in Udine a fortnight ago with Jan Lecjaks replacing the injured Mario Raimondi.
If you fancy a flutter on tonight's game check out the latest odds at SkyBet. Liverpool 4/11, Draw 15/4, Young Boys 15/2
Young Boys starting XI: Wolfli, Lecjaks, Veskovac, Nef, Sutter, Nuzzolo, Farnerud, Zverotic, Zarate, Schneuwly, Bobadilla
Liverpool starting XI: Reina, Wisdom, Downing, Carragher, Skrtel, Suso, Sahin, Henderson, Assaidi, Cole, Shelvey