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September 26, 2009 - 8:00pm(GMT+6:00) England Premier League Live

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Liverpool v Hull City English Premiership Match Preview

Liverpool host bottom side Hull City when the English Premier League resumes this weekend. Like their rivals Chelsea, Manchester United and Arsenal, the Merseyside Reds will play on Saturday.

Kuyt playing for Liverpool against Hull City at AnfieldA dramatic and well deserved victory against West Ham last week moved Liverpool onto third in the league standings. Rafael Benitez’s side are three points off Manchester United in second and six points off the leaders Chelsea.

Still, the chase for the domestic title is on although Pepe Reina confessed a while ago that Liverpool were not confident of piping everyone at the top come May.

Anyway, before every match day, Rafael Benitez eyes nothing else but a victory.

Last season, the Reds were inches away from claiming the English Premier League trophy for the first time since almost two decades. However, dropped points against lower teams especially cost them a lot.

Last term, Phil Brown’s Hull City created a huge scare to Liverpool at Anfield with two goals. In the end, the Merseyside Reds managed to avoid defeat but could only clinch a 2-2 draw.

Such a result this season will do more harm than last year considering Liverpool’s current position and situation in the league table.

However, Liverpool’s skipper Steven Gerrard is up and ready for the challenge that the English Premier League season poses this year.

Reflecting on his side’s run this term, the captain said:

"It was a tough start for us this season because we lost two games close together and we knew it was going to take time to recover from that.

"But we're slowly getting back to where we want to be.”

Indeed, a convincing home victory against Stoke proved Liverpool’s intent to challenge the rest of the Big Four. Now Steven Gerrard believes that the future is even brighter for his team. He concluded:

"There's more to come from us and we're improving game by game."
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