Big hitters return for United clash

Fernando Torres and Steven Gerrard return to Liverpool's starting line-up for Sunday's Premier League trip to Manchester United (1.30pm).

Last Updated: 17/09/10 at 20:59

Torres: Set to face United

Torres: Set to face United

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The pair were left out of yesterday's Europa League victory as Hodgson made eight changes and he likely to effect a similar number at Old Trafford.

Joe Cole will play only his second Premier League match of the season after serving a three-game ban.

Liverpool (from): Reina, Johnson, Carragher, Skrtel, Agger, Konchesky, Lucas, Poulsen, Cole, Rodriguez, Gerrard, Jovanovic, Torres, Jones, Meireles, Pacheco, Babel, Ngog, Krygiakos.

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