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Despite a 2-1 defeat to Arsenal in the FA Cup in their last outing, Liverpool skipper Steven Gerrard feels his side will bounce back against Swansea City in the Premier League on Sunday.
Having beaten the Gunners 5-1 in the league earlier in the month at Anfield, the Reds could not repeat the same scintillating performance against the Gunners in the capital and found themselves denied a quarter-final showdown with Merseyside rivals Everton.
It is a case of moving on swiftly for Gerrard and his men and the England captain is not too worried about the defeat, as he is excited by the potential in his side, especially from an attacking perspective.
He told the Liverpool Echo: “There is nothing to be down about. Sometimes you just don’t get what you deserve from games and this was an example of that.
“We have to move on, dust ourselves off and go again against Swansea next Sunday.
“The way we’re playing at the moment, we’re a match for anyone. Going forward, we look so dangerous and we are creating more than enough chances to win games.”
Liverpool are 1.27 to win, 5.84 to draw and 8.98 to lose to the Swans at Anfield on Sunday.
With just four points between the Reds and top spot in the Premier League, it is vital Liverpool maintain the pressure on the likes of Chelsea and Manchester City if they are to stand a chance of winning their first title since the 1989/90 season.