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Liverpool will bid to keep pace with the chasing pack when they welcome Swansea to Anfield later today.
The Reds crashed out of the FA Cup at the hands of Arsenal on their last outing but with just a few wins points separating them from leaders Chelsea, Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers will be hoping his players don’t suffer any hangover.
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That loss was the club’s first of 2014 but with their league record still intact there are plenty of reasons for the club to be confident heading into the game.
Joe Allen and Daniel Agger will hope that they did enough in the loss to the Gunners to keep their place against the Swans.
Agger looks set to keep his place following a couple of high profile errors by Kolo Toure in recent weeks however Allen is unlikely to start against his former club with Jordan Henderson set to return to the side.
Jon Flanagan is set to continue at right back with Glen Johnson not yet ready to return while Lucas, Jose Enrique and Mamodou Sakho all remain out.
The Reds have won five and drawn 2 of their last seven league games with 22 goals scored during that run, in fact Rodgers side have scored an impressive 66 league goals this season, double that of their visitors on Sunday.
Swansea meanwhile came through their midweek 0-0 draw with Napoli in the Europa League unscathed meaning that Jonjo Shelvey is in line to play against his former club.
The midfielder showed no ill-effects from a recent hamstring injury and is set to feature while star forward Michu once again misses out as he struggles with an ankle injury.
The Spanish star looks set to make his long awaited comeback in the second leg against Napoli next week.
Despite the impressive performance in Europe, Swansea have struggled in the league and while they currently sit 10th in the table they are in fact just four points off third from bottom Sunderland.
The club have won just two of their last seven league games and have won just once in their last five games in all competitions beating Cardiff 3-0 at home in early February.
The game at Anfield will be just Garry Monk’s fifth game as Swansea gaffer but it will represent the second time he has played a former manager following the clash against Roberto Martinez last week.
On that occasion Monk saw his side lose to Everton in the FA Cup and the former defender will be hoping for a better result this time round.