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FT: Liverpool 2 Chelsea 2.
GOAL FOR LIVERPOOL - SUAREZ!
Late Chelsea change as Mata is replaced by Lampard.
Oscar hobbles off following that tackle, as Moses takes the place of the stricken midfielder.
Shelvey needed just two minutes to get booked, with a late lunge on Oscar securing his place in the referee's notebook.
Downing makes way for Liverpool as Shelvey replaces him.
Hazard heads off for Chelsea with ex-Red Benayoun taking to the field.
An awkward clearance from Reina is dealt with by Agger, with the sun seeming to trouble the Reds goalkeeper, before Carragher earns the sixth booking of th egame for a late tackle on Torres.
GOAL FOR CHELSEA - HAZARD!
Penalty to Chelsea! Suarez handles during a Chelsea corner, which earns him a booking and the Blues have the chance to retake the lead from the spot.
Lucas catches the foot of Mata as the Spaniard charged away from him and another yellow card closely follows the last.
Azpilicueta is next in the referee's notebook for a handball.
GOAL FOR LIVERPOOL - STURRIDGE!
A change to report made by Liverpool at the break with Sturridge coming on in place of Coutinho.
Alam Sams gives his half time perspective, writing: 'Not a classic by any means but the Blues are definitely worthy of the lead. Our midfield has been solid, Ramires has been awesome and when we lose the ball we go and get it back and that's been the main difference between the two teams.'
HALF TIME. Liverpool 0 Chelsea 1.
Yellow card for Torres for unleashing an elbow on Carragher as both men vied for the ball.
GOAL FOR CHELSEA - OSCAR!
Chris Green writes: 'I've been looking forward to this match all week - if the likes of Suarez, Gerrard and Torres perform to their capabilities, then we're in for a cracker! This match will be a tough for Chelsea because coming to Anfield is never an easy. But if they perform like they did in midweek against Fulham, then I'm sure they'll bag all 3 points.'
Nick Pring writes: 'Chelsea can make life much easier by getting a result today! I think if Chelsea play their best, we can beat this average Liverpool team. Not quite sure I would have picked that team. The game screams for JT if you ask me, would have Ba for Torres too. I'm going for 2-1 to Chelsea, Mata and Torres to turn them over.'
Rafa's return to Anfield sees the Blues rated a 12/5 shot for the three points and the perfect response to Tottenham's win over Man City. Liverpool are 23/10 with the draw at 5/2. Luis Suarez, a constant torment for Chelsea in recent years, is 5/1 to open the scoring and you can get 40/1 for him to strike first in a 2-0 home win. Fernando Torres is an 8/1 chance to score on his return to Merseyside.
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