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 By David Usher

Adam Lallana, James Milner superb as Liverpool thrash Hull City 5-1

A goal frenzy at Anfield included two calm penalty goals from James Milner as Jurgen Klopp's men downed Hull City 5-1.
Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp talks after his side's dominating 5-1 win against Hull City

Hull City were blown away, 5-1, by a rampant Liverpool who are a match for anybody when they are in this kind of mood. Jurgen Klopp's side showed composure and invention when they had the ball, and a relentless, almost maniacal at times, desire to win it back when they didn't. Being reduced to 10 men in the first half made it more difficult for Terry Phelan's side but in truth, a big home win looked on the cards from very early on.

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Everybody played well and the goals are being spread...

 By Steven Kelly

Jurgen Klopp must guard against complacency as Liverpool face Hull

Jurgen Klopp gets a bit over-excited in his press conference when talking about positivity in the squad.

Liverpool face Hull City on Saturday and it's a match which has occasionally highlighted their vulnerability in the so-called easier games.

Liverpool's best team since last winning the league was the one built by Rafa Benitez for their title challenge season in 2008-09 yet they found themselves 2-0 down at home to Phil Brown's side.

Steven Gerrard single-handedly dragged it back to 2-2 but it still ended up as one of numerous winter draws which held that team back to finish second in the table.

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Arsenal face Chelsea, champs Leicester's trip to Manchester United

The ESPN FC crew discuss whether Manchester United should drop Wayne Rooney.
The ESPN FC crew discuss whether Manchester United should drop Wayne Rooney.
The ESPN FC crew discuss whether Manchester United should drop Wayne Rooney.

Chelsea will look to hit back after last week's 2-1 defeat at home to Liverpool when they travel to bitter rivals Arsenal on Saturday evening. 

Manchester United, meanwhile, are stuck in a rut. Yes, they won against League One Northampton in the EFL Cup on Wednesday night, but it's two defeats in a row in the league ahead of the visit of champions Leicester.

Elsewhere, Manchester City have a 100 percent record under Pep Guardiola, and the latest team to try and stop them, Swansea, lost 2-1...

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Trending: Barcelona's Lionel Messi injured, Man United get City in EFL Cup

ESPN FC's Alexis Nunes breaks down the latest from the social media world, including the hysteria over Lionel Messi's injury.
Luis Enrique recalls Barcelona's experience playing without Lionel Messi, and has confidence his team can persevere.
ESPN FC's Paolo Bandini discusses how Lionel Messi's injury in the match against Atletico Madrid will affect Barcelona.

Here are the latest stories for Thursday.

BARCELONA: Barcelona manager Luis Enrique has said football will "lose" without Lionel Messi, after the club confirmed on Wednesday that the Argentine superstar will miss the next three weeks with a groin injury he sustained in their 1-1 draw with Atletico Madrid.

Luis Suarez has snapped back at Filipe Luis after the defender uploaded a photo on social media revealing a stud mark supposedly left by the Uruguayan forward.

MAN UNITED: Jose...

 By David Usher

Liverpool utilise EFL Cup to showcase squad depth built under Jurgen Klopp

Shaka Hislop talks Jurgen Klopp's influence at Anfield and how he's finally getting the results.

"It was not a test, I know they can play," was how Jurgen Klopp answered a question from a TV interviewer about whether any of his fringe players had given him a selection problem with their performance in Liverpool's 3-0 stroll at Derby County on Tuesday. The Reds' boss made seven changes to his regular starting lineup but his team didn't miss a step as they booked their passage into the EFL Cup fourth round with an impressive showing against the Championship side.

While several players seized...

Five Liverpool players who will benefit from game-time in the EFL Cup

Take a look back at some of Jurgen Klopp's best celebrations and voracious hugs throughout his time so far at Liverpool.

Liverpool comfortably progressed through to the round of 16 of the EFL Cup with a 3-0 win at Derby County on Tuesday night. Jurgen Klopp was pleased with the display from his side, but admitted that it was not flawless and there was room for improvement.

Here are five Liverpool players who look set to benefit from game-time in the competition.

1. Danny Ings

The former Burnley frontman made just his second competitive appearance under Klopp as he got a rapturous reception from the travelling supporters...