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Liverpool affected by missed chances and bad refereeing in Bolton draw

Liverpool avoided an FA Cup upset at home and will play a replay against Championship opponents Bolton.
ESPN FC's Alejandro Moreno breaks down Bolton's 0-0 draw with Liverpool in the FA Cup.

Three observations on Liverpool's 0-0 draw vs. Championship side Bolton in the FA Cup fourth round at Anfield on Saturday afternoon.

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1. Bolton force a rematch at the Reebok Stadium

It wasn't quite a repeat of the FA Cup fourth round's earlier drama on Saturday, but it does at least mean that Liverpool and Bolton will have to go to a replay. There is still the chance of an upset at the Reebok Stadium after this 0-0 draw at Anfield, and Bolton Wanderers and their coach Neil Lennon deserve huge credit...

 By Steven Kelly

Sakho impresses but Liverpool's lack of a finishing touch is costly

Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers was proud of his side's performance against Bolton in the FA Cup, but had a few words to say about the referee's decisions during the match.

On a day of FA Cup shocks the name of Liverpool was rarely in danger of being added to the likes of Chelsea and Manchester City, both of whom were knocked out.

Despite plenty of possession vs. Bolton, however, it is also true that Brendan Rodgers' side were not in close proximity to victory either and, after a 0-0 draw, must travel for a replay.

The key creative players were wasteful on too many occasions at Anfield and those who had been promoted to first-team duty for rare starts will be returning...

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The pressures of the midseason transfer window are largely focused on the here and now. Teams buy in the winter in order to strengthen for the next five months, whether it be for a title race, European push or relegation battle; they don't generally spend with the next five years in mind. But this season has seen several intriguing transfer stories in which the needs of the present and the future overlap.


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Jack Wilshere tries to dance like England teammate Daniel Sturridge

A brief insight into the world of professional football when you're recovering from injury ...

At least Arsenal fans can take heart from the fact Jack Wilshere is in high spirits as he battles to get fit again after suffering an ankle injury last year that has kept him sidelined for months.

Wojciech Szczesny posted a video of Wilshere trying to dance like England teammate Daniel Sturridge, and Sturridge clearly approved, given that he shared it. Although it seems he can't make up his mind over...

Emile Heskey to relish Bolton FA Cup tie with Liverpool

Bolton striker Emile Heskey, aged 37, will play against former club Liverpool this weekend.

The last time the call came to play for Liverpool, it wasn't the compliment it used to be for Emile Heskey. The striker was selected 223 times during the final four-and-a-half years of Gerard Houllier's reign, but this time he wasn't chosen by the Frenchman or his assistant Phil Thompson. Instead, he was summoned by his former strike partner Robbie Fowler.

Heskey had graduated to the seniors' circuit and was named in a Liverpool old boys' side to tour Asia in November. "When you get to a certain...

 By Dave Usher

Emile Heskey's return an intriguing subplot in a big week for Liverpool

Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers says he is keen to move on from Steven Gerrard's decision to leave the club at the end of the season, as the Reds prepare to host Bolton in the FA Cup fourth round.

A mixture of the present and past could be on show at Anfield this Saturday, with misfiring Mario Balotelli potentially facing Emile Heskey in the FA Cup fourth round.

This is the kind of game that could get the much-maligned Balotelli a goal or two to finally get him firing in a Liverpool shirt, while home fans are likely to give Heskey a warm reception despite memories of his frustrating spell with the Reds.

Unless Brendan Rodgers has completely written Balotelli off and is not counting on him...