|Graham Alexander (Robbie Blake, 64)|
|Martin Paterson (Chris Eagles, 71)|
|David Nugent (Steven Thompson, 77)|
|Jose Manuel Reina|
|Daniel Agger (Leiva Lucas, 78)|
|Daniel Sanchez Ayala|
|Steven Gerrard (Daniel Pacheco, 82)|
|Maximiliano Maxi Rodriguez|
|Dirk Kuyt (Yossi Benayoun, 48)|
The final whistle goes and its all over for Burnley as the Clarets are relegated from the Premiership. Liverpool dominated the second half, and with Gerrard and Co in fine scoring form, Burnley have been confined to Championship football.
Ryan Babel scores! The Liverpool man seems to beat the offside trap, and is able to put the ball past Jensen to add further misery to Burnley's day.
4 minutes of stoppage time to be added.
Great 2nd half performance from Liverpool however, Gerrard and company showing people that they are still in the hunt for Champions League football next season.
Not long until it becomes official, Burnley will be playing Championship football next season.
And that's Gerrard's last act of the game as he is now replaced by Daniel Pacheco.
Gerrard has a chance for the hat-trick with a free-kick in a dangerous position, but his effort is saved by Jensen.
Michael Duff fouls Alberto Aquilani and is booked as a result.
Lucas comes on to replace Agger for Liverpool, while Thompson replaces Nugent for Burnley.
Maxi Rodriguez scores! Aqualini provided the assist into the box, and from an acute angle, Maxi strikes home and all but finishes the game, and Burnley off.
Fletcher hits the post! Great chance for Burnley there, but it seems its all going to be in vein.
Chris Eagles is on for Martin Paterson.
Liverpool begin to play possession football and attempt to keep control of the ball as well as the tempo of the game.
It seems its all but over for Burnley now, 2 goals from Gerrard may be the final nail in the Clarets Premiership coffin.
Robbie Blake is on for Graham Alexander.
Steven Gerrard scores! Thats 2 for the Liverpool midfielder now. Alberto Aquilani slips and cant control the ball, Gerrard picks it up on the edge of the box and slams it home to double the Reds lead.
Burnley cant convert a chance from a dangerous corner ball in. The home fans have taken a big blow to the heart here, they need 2 goals in half an hour to keep their slim hopes of staying up.
Steven Gerrard scores! Gerrard was on the edge of the box, the England star looked up and struck the ball towards goal, the ball seems to take a telling deflection of Mears, and Liverpool take an important lead.
Mears has a decent effort on goal from a Burnley free-kick in a dangerous area, Reina saves well low to the ground.
First change of the game as Yossi Benayoun replaces Dirk Kuyt, who seems to have taken an early knock.
The second half kicks off. Liverpool started the first half the brighter, but Burnley ended the half on top, and the Claret fans will believe they can beat Liverpool on their current performance.
The sides head into the break with the game goal less and with neither side really on top. Burnley however have had 2 good chances and will fully believe they can win the game.
Babel is left unmarked at the back post, but he cant get any power on his effort when the ball reaches him. Slack defending from Burnley.
Gerrard is booked for a bad tackle on Elliot.
Jack Cork has a great chance with a free header in the Liverpool box, but Reina saves well.
Kuyt has the ball in a dangerous position in the middle of the park, but his control and touch is poor and he loses posession, the Dutchman has had a poor first half.
Carragher makes a great block on an attempted Fletcher shot on goal.
Liverpool have failed to win away from home in their last 7 League games, and at 0-0, Burnley will be hoping to continue that run.
Burnley appeal for a handball against Glen Johnson, but the referee waves away the protests. Burnley still failing to create much in the way of sustained pressure or chances.
A couple of chances in as many minutes for Liverpool, Alberto Aquilani has his header cleared away, while Gerrard hits his shot on the turn straight at Jensen.
Cork is cautioned for a late foul on Agger.
Burnley have a great chance, Paterson puts in a great cross for Fletcher, but the Burnely man heads over the bar.
Liverpool have been the slightly better of the sides, but both teams seem to be playing with alot of nervous energy so far.
Burnley waste a free-kick that was awarded after a foul on Fletcher, and that certainly typifies Burnley so far in this game.
Babel has a shot on goal and it goes just wide of the post. The Liverpool man ran at Mears and got the shot off, but couldn't test Jensen in the Burnley goal.
Liverpool showing no signs of fatigue after Thursday's game and resulting trips to and from Madrid. Burnley yet to mount a serious attack on Reina's goal.
Liverpool the more dominant of the teams though, Alberto Aquilani puts in a great cross, but just goes over the heads of his team mates in the box.
Not any real chances of note yet in the opening exchanges. Burnley are certainly being spured on by a fantasitc home crowd in fine voice.
Mears makes a great tackle on Babel to concede a corner, which is then well cleared by the home side.
Burnley have occupied a relegation spot for over 2 months now,a defeat or even a draw today would confirm that for Burnley, however the Clarets have taken some big scalps at Turf Moor this season,and will be hoping they can add Liverpool to the list.
This must win match for both sides gets underway with Phil Dowd the man in charge,
Liverpool make 4 changes from the teams defeat to Athletico Madrid on Thursday. Kyrgiakos, Benayoun & Lucas drop to the bench and Ngog is out injured as Aquilani, Ayala, Maxi and Babel all make the starting lineup.
Liverpool starting XI: Reina, Johnson, Carragher, Ayala, Agger, Maxi, Aquilani, Mascherano, Babel, Gerrard, Kuyt
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