That concludes today's coverage from The Liberty Stadium. I hope you enjoyed the match, I'll see you next season.
90+4 Halsey calls an end to the season for Liverpool and Swansea and both teams' reaction to the result will be similar to their reaction to their seasons. Swansea have been a real suprise package this season and Brendan Rodgers deserves high praise for what he has achieved. Liverpool, on the other hand, finish a disappointing season in eighth place and serious questions will be asked about Kenny Dalglish and his squad over the summer.
Agger meets the corner ahead of Vorm but it goes agonizingly wide for Liverpool.
Great skill from Suarez as he nutmegs a defender before having his cross deflected out for a corner.
89 Swansea are forced to make a change as Gower comes on for the injured Sigurdsson.
A goalmouth scramble at the other end now but Swansea scrap it clear.
Graham may have just sealed it for The Swans. He finishes a good move as he meets Rangel's cross with the side of his foot -past Doni.
87 GOAL - GRAHAM SCORES!!
Suarez runs into the box from the right and fires a shot at goal but it is blocked.
Liverpool are teasing on the edge of the area, but can't get a shot away against a very organised Swansea defence.
Liverpool keep the pressure on Swansea but Henderson wastes a crossing opportunity on the right as he hits it with far too much power.
Routledge tries to draw a corner from Johnson, but the defender holds firm and the winger ends up nudging out of play.
81 Swansea change now, Routledge on for Dyer.
Sigurdsson makes a good run before laying back to Taylor, but the defender's cross is too hard and goes out for a goal kick.
Swansea get forward now on the right, but Rangel's cross drifts out of play.
Kuyt makes a good run in from the right flank and finds Carroll in the box who tries to sidefoot the ball into the net, but Vorm reacts quickly to make another save.
Agger goes close with a powerful header from a corner on the right, but Vorm catches.
75 Liverpool make another change now, Kuyt coming on for Rodriguez.
Henderson takes the free kick which finds its way to Suarez. Suarez turns and chips a deflty executed ball towards the far post but it is just too high and close to the goal for Kelly to reach.
Liverpool have a free kick in a good position on the left side of the pitch now.
Carroll's nice touch sets Suarez loose on a run. Swansea's defence stays organised and when Suarez looks to play through Bellamy on goal, it is no problem for The Swans to intervene.
Liverpool move the ball forward nicely with Suarez, Carroll and Shelvey involved but Suarez loses the ball a heavy touch on the edge of the area and Caulker clears.
Sigurdsson takes the ball from Henderson but Swansea fail to take advantage of a good opening.
Sigurdsson delivers another excellent corner but Williams header goes high and wide of the goal.
Carroll makes a mess of clearing Sigurdsson's corner and almost gifts Allen a goal, but he is challenged and the ball goes out for another corner.
Taylor hits a dangerous cross from the left which Johnson is forced to put behind with Dyer lurking behind him.
62 Liverpool make a change now, Bellamy replacing Downing.
Swansea come forward again but Sinclair blazes over after linking up well with Williams inside the box.
Swansea are looking to compose themselves after a prolonged spell of Liverpool pressure. Dyer runs forward into the right wing. Rather than laying of Rangel for the cross on thw wing he tries to cross himself but he doesn't execute it right and it goes past the head of Graham.
Swansea get two consecutive corners clear but Liverpool then have a fanatic chance from a throw on the right wing. Carroll powers an overhead kick at goal but Vorm is alert to make an excellent save.
Liverpool now come forward. Carroll is unable to get a shot away from a cross on the left but is able to win a corner off the legs of Williams.
Swansea have a great chance to score. Dyer passes to Rangel on the right wing before having the ball returned to him inside the box. He delays his shot for too long however and has to lay it back for Sigurdsson who tries to cross to the far post but Liverpool scrap it clear.
Liverpool have a corner which is cleared as far as Henderson, who strikes at goal but Vorm saves.
Liverpool break with Suarez who plays it to Carroll on his right. Carroll does well to square it but no Liverpool players anticipated it and Swansea clear.
No real action so far in the second half, with possession constantly changing hands.
Swansea get the second half underway.
Faisal from Bedford writes: "Liverpool could easily have been 2-0 down. This game highlights why Liverpool have done so bad this season. Need better quality players"
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45+4 Halsey calls an end to the first half and we are goalless at The Liberty Stadium. Swansea have looked the better side and have created the better opportunities, but Doni has made the neccessary saves to keep things level.
45+2 Carrol reacts badly to Williams' late challenge and the two have a tussle. Halsey takes his time before making his decision to book both players.
Dyer and Allen link well but Dyer's chip into the box is collected by Doni with ease.
Just the one minute to be added to this first half.
Fantastic chance for Swansea to take the lead. A nice move results in Dyer having an effort on goal. He hits his shot from inside the box with power but can't direct it away from Doni. Should have done better really.
Sigurdsson loses possession to Rodriguez. He runs towards the box before passing to Carroll on his right. Carroll goes for goal but the angle is tight and it goes wide.
Johnson's cross towards Carroll is overhit and goes out for a goal kick.
Kelly crosses from the right wing and Carroll beats Caulker to head at goal, but it lacks enough power from his position to worry Vorm in the Swansea goal.
A good move by Swansea sees Dyer pick out Taylor on the left wing. The full back cuts inside and goes for goal. His effort is on target but is an easy save for Doni to make.
Kelly is penalised for a foul on Sinclair.
Suarez cross from the left and finds Carroll but the striker glances it rather than heading towards goal.
Britton's pass back to Vorm shaves the feet of Carroll who would have been through on goal had he intercepted.
The corner is cleared to Britton on the edge of the box who tries a spectacular volley but it goes over.
Sigurdsson decides to hit it low and connects well but Doni makes a good save to his left post.
Swansea have a free-kick right on the edge of the area with Shelvey the offender. Is it far enough for Sigurdsson to get his strike up and over though?
Britton impresses in midfield with a delightful touch to control the ball before playing a dangerous ball forward towards Sinclair.
Shelvey gets a stern telling off by Halsey following a late challenge on Britton.
Sigurdsson tries to thread a ball through to Graham in the box but Agger intercepts.
The corner is well taken by Sigurdsson but Liverpool clear.
Swansea win a corner as Agger's clearance hits Johnson and goes behind.
Suarez finds Johnson well on the edge of the box with reverse pass. The defender passes across to Shelvey who takes a couple of uncertain touches before firing at goal. Williams is in the way of the shot and Swansea clear.
Brilliantly composed passing in midfield by Swansea leads to a corner. Allen plays it across the deck for Sigurdsson inside the box who goes for goal but it comes back off the bodies on the line for Liverpool.
Rangel cuts out Johnson's run on the left wing to concede a throw in.
Graham is called offside as he plays a one-two with Rangel on the right wing. Close call but the assistant was well positioned.
Rodriguez, Kelly and Henderson combine well on the right side of midfield for Liverpool but the latter's chipped ball for Kelly is unrealistic for the defender to get to and Swansea have a goal kick.
Williams heads the ball out for a Liverpool throw on the right wing.
Carragher protects the ball from Graham before playing it back to Doni. The goalkeeper is slow to get it clear though and is almost caught by Graham who continued to chase the ball.
Johnson plays the ball inside from the right into the path of Rodriguez, but the Argentinian's strike travels wide of the goal.
The corner is taken short but Sigurdsson's cross is cleared.
Sigurdsson tess off Sinclair who strikes at goal but is closed down quickly by the Liverpool defence. The ball goes out for a corner.
Mistake from Doni as Carroll boots the ball back to him from the half-way line and the Italian picks it up, giving Swansea an indirect free-kick inside the box.
First chance of the match falls to Swansea. Allen nicks the ball off Shelvey and runs towards goal. He sees Graham and hits the ball across the goal, but it goes just wide and is too far away for Graham to reach. A good opportunity goes begging.
Sinclair keeps possession under the pressure of Kelly and passes back to defence.
The Swans have monopolised possession in the opening minutes of this match, Liverpool have hardly had a touch so far.
Great work from Dyer to keep the ball for Swansea as they pass it around midfield with confidence.
Vorm's rushed clearance allows Liverpool a throw on the right wing. It comes to nothing though for The Reds.
Rangel chips the ball over for Dyer to chase on the right wing. He reaches it before it goes out for goal kick, but makes a bit of a mess of his cross and it goes out for a goal kick anyway.
Dyer wins a throw off the legs of Johnson.
Sinclair runs past Kelly with intent, but has no options going forward so decides to keep possession by passing back towards midfield.
Liverpool kick us off at The Liberty Stadium.
AJ from Ontario writes: "Bad news that Gerrard isnt playing. Is it Dalgish or Gerrard himself thats now putting Country before Club????? Reds still to win 3-1 though. Many changes afoot during the close season. New strip looks good."
Howard from Denmark writes: "Am following your live commentary in Copenhagen... Hoping for a good match and a great finish to a fantastic season for Swansea! Come on you Swans!!!"
Michael Murray writes: "Hello I am a lfc supporter and feel it will be a 2-0 win for the reds. But also Come on City !"
Hugh writes: "I predict a Swansea win, 2-1, with Graham grabbing one late on to win it!!"
Chris Webb writes: "As a reds fan I'm hoping we can end the season on a high after the Chelsea game but Swansea are a good side n one of the teams liverpool seem to slip up against. Would be great if we can put another 4 in but I'm honestly going for a 1-1 draw today. Carroll to score for the reds."
Wayne from Kings Lynn writes: "Hi Olly, Elvis is on the building... The Swans fans are going to have a party today, whether we win or lose."
Liverpool manager Kenny Dalglish elects not to risk captain Steven Gerrard for his side's Barclays Premier League finale at Swansea. Gerrard has failed to recover from a back problem as Alexander Doni starts in goal and Martin Kelly comes in for Martin Skrtel in defence. Swansea manager Brendan Rodgers is able to name his strongest XI with midfielder Leon Britton restored to the starting line-up, while youngster Gwion Edwards is in line for a first-team debut from the bench.
Today's referee is Mark Halsey.
Here are the teams...
Swansea: Vorm, Rangel, Caulker, Williams, Taylor, Allen, Sigurdsson, Dyer, Britton, Sinclair, Graham. Subs: Tremmel, Tate, Routledge, Monk, Moore, Gower, Edwards.
Liverpool: Doni, Kelly, Agger, Carragher, Johnson, Downing, Henderson, Shelvey, Maxi, Carroll, Suarez. Subs: Jones, Jose Enrique, Coates, Kuyt, Spearing, Sterling, Bellamy.
Iwan Hughes writes: "Expecting an impressive display from Liverpool this afternoon, winning 4-0, Andy Carroll to score two. Nice 40/1 odds on that as well!"
Ellis Brown writes: "Hi Olly, I want to see another good performance from Liverpool today, the in midweek was PERFECT!! 4-0 is my preddy ( prediction) with Suarez and Caroll being UNPLAYABLE"
Sean writes: "Liverpool win today Carroll double 2-0! hope Sterling gets another run out, quality talent"
Our friends at Sky Bet have Swansea priced at 13/5 to end the season with a win. Liverpool are even money while the draw is available at 5/2. Priceboosts include Swansea to win 2-1 at 11/1 and Andy Carroll to score first at 13/2. I think this game could be very close, but I feel Liverpool may win the match after being level at half time, which is priced at 4/1.
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