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Liverpool

 By Steven Kelly

Is Daniel Sturridge the latest Liverpool striker whose best was short-lived?

ESPN FC's Tommy Smyth and Ross Dyer weigh in on the impact that Daniel Sturridge's latest injury will have on Liverpool and their top four hopes.

Liverpool lost ground to Manchester United in the Premier League after their 2-1 defeat on March 23. They also lost the services of Steven Gerrard and Martin Skrtel for three games each through suspension. Now it appears Daniel Sturridge has picked up yet another knock and could miss a month's worth of upcoming fixtures.

It might have been better for the club if they'd just handed United the points beforehand and rested for a few weeks. The loss of Sturridge might only have been delayed anyway...

 By Mike Whalley

Liverpool's Daniel Sturridge in fitness race to face Arsenal

Liverpool striker Daniel Sturridge has been ruled out for a month adding to Brendan Rodgers concerns as he attempts to get Liverpool back into the UEFA Champions League next season.

Liverpool will give Daniel Sturridge a chance to prove he can overcome a thigh injury and play in Saturday's Premier League match at Arsenal.

The club's medical staff have looked at the problem and feel that he could play against Arsenal, sources have told ESPN FC.

However, he will not be risked if manager Brendan Rodgers feels that there is a danger of aggravating the injury.

Sturridge withdrew from the England squad for matches against Lithuania and Italy after tearing a hip muscle.

The 25-year-old...

 By PA Sport

Luis Suarez says he'd only play for Liverpool in a Premier League return

Arsenal legend Thierry Henry played a charity match at Anfield with Steven Gerrard's all-star cast against Jamie Carragher's XI.

Luis Suarez graced the Anfield turf again on Sunday and vowed that if he ever returned to England, it would only be to play for Liverpool.

The Uruguayan forward was back on his old ground for the first time since his summer move to Barcelona to play a part in the Liverpool FC Foundation All-Star charity match between teams picked by Steven Gerrard and Jamie Carragher.

He came on as a half-time substitute alongside another ex-Reds hero Fernando Torres, with the two delaying their entrance before being...