Liverpool have extended their unbeaten Premier League run to an impressive eight matches following the 0-0 draw at the Liberty Stadium on Sunday afternoon, and the emphatic 3-0 victory at home to Wigan Athletic the weekend before. Whilst many Red's fans were left frustrated by the 0-0 draw with Swansea city, a match Liverpool had chances to win, the fact that Liverpool have only lost three matches in the league this season, and that all of those came in August and September, is a sure sign that Brendan Rodgers is starting to make an impact at Anfield. Liverpool were moments away from securing their safe passage to the Europa League knockout rounds, but were pegged back to 2-2 by Swiss outfit Young Boys, meaning that the Reds must now travel to Udinese a week on Thursday in search of a tricky win in order to guarantee their progress, or secure a draw and hope Young Boys lose at home to already qualified Anzhi.
Liverpool's unbeaten run will come under some pressure when they face Tottenham Hotspur at White Hart Lane on Wednesday night, the Reds have lost here five times in a row, including last season's humiliating 4-0 defeat, and a 4-2 League Cup 3rd round loss back in November 2008. Brendan Rodger's side then welcome Southampton to Anfield, before making that decisive trip to Italy in the Europa League. Liverpool then face West ham United at Upton Park a week on Sunday, with Brendan Rodgers hopeful of a string of results that will propel this Liverpool side into the top half of the Premier League table for the first time all season.
Liverpool Banter have reaction to the "bore draw" away to Swansea City, there's a look back at some of Liverpool's most successful UEFA Cup/ Europa League moments, and there's a cheerful look at the 3-0 win against a struggling Wigan Athletic.
The Liverpool Offside have news of a backtrack on potential January investments by Brendan Rodgers, there's reaction to the 0-0 draw with Swansea City, and there's a look at Joe Cole who made an impressive performance against Young Boys last week.
Liverpool Kop are looking for the upcoming January transfer market to find a new striker, presumably to sit alongside the fine form of Suarez, there's reaction to the 0-0 draw against the Swans, and there's a look at Shane Long who was a potential target for Liverpool but has since inspired West Bromwich Albion to their best ever start to a top flight season.
Finally a big shoutout to The Liverpool Word who sit sixth in our Top Blogs Ranking this month as the best of our Liverpool Top Blogs!