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Liverpool and Chelsea are making a habit of meeting in the Champions League. Here we look at their recent contests in the competition.
(Chelsea 0 Liverpool 0; Liverpool 1 Chelsea 0)
In the end only a "ghost goal", as Jose Mourinho referred to it, from Luis Garcia could separate the sides after two remarkably tense semi-final legs. The first ended goalless after Frank Lampard spurned a great chance for Chelsea. Garcia put the Reds ahead early at Anfield although the Blues, and particularly boss Mourinho, fumed about it not crossing the line. Eidur Gudjohnsen could have snatched it with a precious away goal in the seven minutes of injury time played but his effort crept narrowly wide.
(Liverpool 0 Chelsea 0; Chelsea 0 Liverpool 0)
After winning the competition but failing to qualify again through the Premier League, Liverpool were invited to take part again as England's fifth team, although without country protection. They were paired with Mourinho's men in the group stages and again there was little between them. Both games ended goalless but the rancour increased with Michael Essien escaping a red card for a horrendous challenge on Dietmar Hamann which UEFA later deemed warranted a ban.
(Chelsea 1 Liverpool 0; Liverpool 1 Chelsea 0 - Liverpool won on penalties)
Chelsea this time claimed the initiative with a Joe Cole goal when the sides met again in the last four. But Liverpool struck back through Daniel Agger in the second leg at Anfield and went on to progress 4-1 on penalties. Goalkeeper Jose Reina was the hero in the shootout, saving spot-kicks from Geremi and Arjen Robben.
Matchday stadium announcers can be divided into two types; those that venture onto the playing surface and those that don't. My preference is firmly with the latter camp, but in recent seasons the trend has been for the former.
"It's getting tickly now - squeaky-bum time, I call it."
With Liverpool's attacking prowess and defensive naivety making for exhilarating viewing this season, we look back through the Premier League years to choose our ten most exciting sides...
Liverpool's 6-0 win over West Brom in 2003. Can you name the mystery starting XI?
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Sky Sports understands Queens Park Rangers are in talks with Liverpool over a move for Joe Cole.
Liverpool delivered the perfect 'get well soon' message to absent manager Brendan Rodgers as they beat QPR 3-0.
Assistant manager Colin Pascoe was delighted as Liverpool brushed QPR aside 3-0.
Liverpool defender Jose Enrique is facing a spell on the sidelines after tearing his hamstring against QPR.
Steven Gerrard felt Liverpool's first-half performance in their 3-0 win at QPR was one of their best.