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Carroll: Could be back after a knee injury

Carroll: Could be back after a knee injury

Liverpool striker Andy Carroll could return to the squad.

The £35million record signing has missed two of the last three matches with a knee injury sustained at Arsenal in mid-April but trained this week and may take his place on the bench.

Midfielder Raul Meireles was forced off with a minor injury in Monday's 5-2 demolition of Fulham but has also trained with the squad.

Tottenham defender William Gallas will miss out with a calf injury which looks to have ended his season.

Ledley King could feature at Anfield, though, after making a successful comeback from his groin problem during a practice match in midweek.

Gareth Bale (ankle), Benoit Assou-Ekotto (hamstring), Heurelho Gomes (back) and Jermaine Jenas (thigh) are definitely out.

Liverpool (from): Reina, Johnson, Carragher, Skrtel, Flanagan, Lucas, Spearing, Meireles, Rodriguez, Kuyt, Suarez, Gulacsi, Kyrgiakos, Wilson, Robinson, Poulsen, Shelvey, Cole, Carroll.

Tottenham (from): Cudicini, Pletikosa, Bassong, Dawson, Kaboul, King, Corluka, Lennon, Kranjcar, Pienaar, Sandro, Modric, Rose, Kranjcar, Van der Vaart, Defoe, Pavlyuchenko, Crouch.

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Premier League Fixtures

Monday, 21 April 2014
20:00
Man City v West Brom
Saturday, 26 April 2014
12:45
Southampton v Everton  
15:00
Fulham v Hull City  
Stoke City v Tottenham  
Swansea v A Villa  
West Brom v West Ham  
17:30
Man Utd v Norwich  
Sunday, 27 April 2014
12:00
Sunderland v Cardiff  
14:05
Liverpool v Chelsea  
16:10
C Palace v Man City  

Barclays Premier League

Position Team P GD PTS
1 Liverpool 35 52 80
2 Chelsea 35 41 75
3 Man City 33 54 71
4 Arsenal 35 21 70
5 Everton 35 23 69
6 Tottenham 35 2 63
7 Man Utd 34 16 57
8 Southampton 35 5 49
9 Newcastle 35 -15 46
10 Stoke City 35 -10 44
11 C Palace 35 -13 43
12 West Ham 35 -10 37
13 Swansea 35 -4 36
14 Hull City 34 -9 36
15 A Villa 34 -14 35
16 West Brom 33 -11 33
17 Norwich 35 -28 32
18 Cardiff 35 -34 30
19 Fulham 35 -42 30
20 Sunderland 34 -24 29

Updated Sun, 20 Apr 2014

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