Steven Gerrard's injury further enforces the need for Liverpool to sign a midfielder in the January transfer window.
Steven Gerrard's injury will put a huge strain on Liverpool's chances of Champions League qualification. But if you're English and don't follow the Anfield club, it's time to look on the bright side.
Liverpool are facing an injury crisis that may see them with just two fit centre midfielders to play four games in 15 days, after Steven Gerrard and Jordan Henderson were ruled out.
The only man to score two goals this week was on the losing side, with the value coming from those keeping clean sheets, such as goalkeeper Tim Krul and defender Mamadou Sakho
Jamie Carragher says Luis Suarez is probably the most naturally gifted footballer to ever play for Liverpool.
With Daniel Sturridge already ruled out the crucial Christmas fixtures, the last thing Liverpool needed was to lose their captain.
Liverpool defender Glen Johnson admits losing captain Steven Gerrard to injury is a blow but believes they have the quality to cope.
Liverpool face an anxious wait to discover the extent of the injury that ended Steven Gerrard’s participation in the 4-1 demolition of West Ham.
Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers has confirmed captain Steven Gerrard sustained a hamstring injury in the 4-1 win over West Ham.