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Liverpool may choose to rest some of the players involved in Saturday’s FA Cup final defeat.
Midfielders Charlie Adam and Lucas have been ruled out for the rest of the season with knee injuries.
Chelsea duo John Obi Mikel and Raul Meireles both miss the game after picking up injuries.
The game may come too soon for defenders Gary Cahill and David Luiz, both of whom are nursing hamstring injuries. (hamstring). (BBC Sport)

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Liverpool v Chelsea

This is the 32nd meeting between Liverpool and Chelsea in the past eight seasons, more than any other fixture in any eight game period in English football history.

Liverpool have won five of the last seven Premier League meetings between the teams, and the last three in a row.

The Reds have scored only 11 goals in their last 10 Premier League home games against Chelsea.

49% of the goals Chelsea have conceded have been shipped in the last 15 minutes of Premier League games this season.

10 of the last 11 goals that Chelsea have conceded have come in the final 20 minutes.

Liverpool have conceded fewer shots on target against them than any other team in the top flight this season (126).

In only two of the last seven clashes between these two teams in all competitions have both sides managed to get on the scoresheet.

In six of the last seven meetings between these two teams (in all competitions), the winning side have scored exactly two goals.

Andy Carroll has scored three goals in his last five Liverpool appearances; the same number as he had managed in his previous 29 apps for the club.

Liverpool have scored with only 8.8% of their shots at goal in the Premier League this season; the lowest proportion in the top-flight.

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