Boss to make late call on Gerrard
Liverpool boss Kenny Dalglish is weighing up his selection options ahead of his side's final game of the season at Swansea on Sunday.
Reds captain Steven Gerrard missed Tuesday's win over Chelsea with a minor back problem, and he won't be risked if there is a chance it could put his England place at this summer's Euro 2012 championship at risk. Left-back Jose Enrique is also doubtful after he was forced to miss the midweek game against the Blues through injury. Dalglish is once again without midfield duo Lucas and Charlie Adam as they continue their recovery from serious knee injuries, but Andy Carroll is fully fit and set to continue in attack after impressing on Tuesday. The former Newcastle striker is determined to gatecrash England's plans for this summer's tournament in Poland and Ukraine following the appointment of Roy Hodgson as manager. The Reds may also be tempted to hand a start to teenage starlet Raheem Sterling, after a couple of back-to-back outings recently in the league from the bench.