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It's all over at The Liberty Stadium and it has finished how it started despite plenty of attempts from both sides.
Final change for Swansea now as Agustien comes on for de Guzman.
Double switch by Liverpool as Cole and Shelvey replace Henderson and Downing.
Suarez is too quick for Chico, and the defender blatantly fouls the Liverpool forward to earn a booking.
Swansea make thier second sub of the afternoon, with Dyer coming on to replace Routledge.
Audrey writes: 'Swans tried hard to keep on top first half but Liverpool looked much more threatening towards the halftime whistle...Second half looking pretty even so far.'
Swansea kick off the second half, having made a change with Ki coming on to replace Shechter.
Swansea are priced at 3/1 to win the match now, with Liverpool at 5/4 and draw available at 6/4. I think we are bound to see the goals we have so far lacked in the second half, and judging by what we saw before the break, Hernandez to net the next goal at 12/1 represents good value. Go to www.skybet.com to place your in-play bets.
Half time at The Liberty Stadium and somehow we are still goalless.
Lewis Mills writes: 'This is a big game for liverpool today Everton and arsenal dropped points. Hopefully man city Chelsea is a draw, other players need to step up to the plate like Allen gerrard and sterling, Suarez is on fire but other players need to step up and help him out with a few goals.. Comon the reds,'
Liverpool have won just one of their last six Premier League away games, but they are even money favourites to alter that statistic today. The Swans are 5/2 to record a second win over former boss Brenadan Rodgers' men in a month, with top scorer Michu enhanced to 7/1 to open the scoring. The Reds' top marksman Luis Suarez is price-boosted to 9/2 to bag first. Visit www.skybet.com to place your bets.
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