Last Updated: 01/03/14 7:23pm
It's all over and Liverpool have won 3-0 thanks to goals from Suarez, Sterling and Gerrard from the penalty spot.
Double change from Southampton as Lambert is replaced by Sam Gallagher and Victor Wanyama comes on for Cork.
Suarez sends over another corner and the ball drops on the volley to Henderson who drags his effort wide of the target.
From the corner Suarez almost catches out Boruc at his near post and he has to scramble to clear the ball away.
Suarez robs Fonte of the ball but instead of shooting he tries to find Sturridge and the chance goes begging. The ball then falls to Henderson who fires his effort over the top.
Surarez picks out Sturridge who rounds Boruc, but fires his shot from an acute angle well wide of the target.
Suarez was the creator of the goal as he turned Lovren before picking out Sterling inside the box who slots home past Boruc.
Great defending from Chambers as he stops Sturridge from getting on the end of Coutinho's through ball.
Lallana works some space on the edge of the box, but his effort lacks the power to trouble Mignolet.
Sturridge goes in the box under a challenge from Shaw looking for a penalty, but his appeals are waved away.
Lambert does well to win a corner off Skrtel as Southampton pick up where they left off at the start of the second half.
Sub Ramierz straight into the action and he tries his luck from long-range and his shot is cleared by the head of Skrtel.
HALF-TIME: The referee brings the first half to a close with Liverpool leading 1-0 thanks to Luis Suarez's goal.
Great save from Mignolet as Lambert dummies Shaw's cross and Rodriguez fires in a shot which Mignolet saves with one hand before gathering the ball.
Chambers sends over a cross from the right and it falls to Schneiderlin who drives his volley over the crossbar. Another good move from Southampton.
Lallana has been the best player on the pitch and he is doing his utmost to book his ticket to Brazil with England.
Lovely move from Southampton sees Lallana find Lambert with a brilliant flick before Lambert passes to Rodriguez who sees his chipped effort sail over the top.
Shaw gets down the left and cuts the ball back to Lallana, but the ball is bit behind him and he is unable to direct his effort on target.
Southampton go so close to an equaliser as Lambert knockdowns the ball to Lallana who is unlucky to see his effort come off the post before being cleared by Skrtel.
Schneiderlin gets on the end of Davis' corner, but volley's his effort into the ground and Mignolet punches away the ball.
Shaw picks out Lambert on the edge of the box and he fires in his snap shot just wide of the target.
Suarez takes the free-kick, he gets it over the wall, but it is too high and sails over the crossbar.
Liverpool win a free-kick right on the edge of the box as Cork brings down Suarez. Shooting opportunity.
Suarez reacts quickly to a mistake outside the Southampton penalty area and he slots the ball home past Boruc first time to end his mini goal drought.
Lallana goes down in the box under a challenge from Flanagan, but the home side have their penalty appeals waved away.
Flanagan appeared to catch Shaw on the head with his arm, but Shaw looks like he will be okay to continue.
Boruc fails to collect Gerrard's corner, before Lallana concedes another corner after winning his challenge with Suarez.
Great interception from Fonte to prevent Suarez scoring from Sturridge's pass inside the six-yard box to concede a corner.
Liverpool straight on the attack from the kick-off but the move breaks down and Boruc gathers the ball.
Michael Bowers also thinks Southampton will give Liverpool a real run for their money and is predicting a 2-2 draw.
Stuart in Spain believes Southampton can take advantage of Liverpool's poor away record and earn a 3-1 win.
Dave Mould thinks this game could be crucial to Liverpool's Champions League hopes if they can come away with all three points.
Aiden Waite also on Twitter is expecting a tight encounter with Liverpool just edging Southampton 2-1.
Charlotte Kew, via Twitter is hoping Liverpool can maintain their recent good form with another three points.
Liverpool will be looking for revenge against Southampton, as the Saints are the only team to defeat the Reds at Anfield this season in all competitions (0-1 in Sept 2013).
Nicolas Radegonde sees this game as a big chance for Liverpool to go second if they come away with all three points. What are your score predictions? Also what do you make of both line-ups?
Liverpool also make the one change to the starting line-up with Joe Allen coming into midfield and Raheem Sterling dropping to the bench.
One change from Southampton today as Dejan Lovren comes into the centre of defence with Maya Yoshida dropping to the bench.
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Liverpool XI v Stoke: Mignolet, Johnson, Flanagan, Agger, Skrtel, Gerrard, Allen, Henderson, Coutinho, Sturridge, Suarez.
Southampton XI vs Liverpool: Boruc, Chambers, Fonte, Lovren, Shaw, Cork Schneiderlin, Davis, Lallana, Rodriguez, Lambert.
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