Jurgen Klopp has said Roberto Firmino avoided a serious injury against Manchester United and has a "big chance" of featuring in Sunday's Merseyside derby. City lost three games out of four back in December, allowing Liverpool to take that commanding lead in the first place.
"We didn't do well to be honest". From the midfield to the front, we try to help out and make sure the defence has an easy task.
"If there's anything good in that, it's only that Watford have no clue what we are doing!" The boys didn't feel okay.
"If I was at a club now I'd want to be at Liverpool", Merson explained on Sky Sports' The Debate. It was odd. I was thinking "what is gong on here today".
Many of the Red Devils' fans recognised his contribution to the match and were quick to post about him on social media after the game, with most perfectly pleased with his display.
"Now even if you discount one of those players on the injury list, Mason Greenwood who's a youngster, very highly-rated youngster but he's not a first-team regular, you have Lingard, Mata, Rashford, Herrera, Jones, Matic, Darmian, Valencia, Martial all out".
"Everything that could have gone wrong in the first half went wrong".
Liverpool face Watford in the Premier League tomorrow knowing that nothing less than a win is acceptable.
Liverpool defender Joel Matip turned the ball into his own net but the assistant referee had already signalled that Chris Smalling was off-side before his low cross fell into Matip's path.
"That game was there for the taking and Liverpool didn't take that opportunity", added Neville.
But after their back-to-back clean sheets against Chelsea and Liverpool, Shaw said United also had plenty of steel.
"Obviously Bobby was pretty much always involved and it's possible that's not the case this time, but we obviously have options and we will use from the start one of them and maybe during the game a second one. We'll wait and see and hopefully, if he is out, he won't be out for long and we can have him back because he's a big part of this squad".