A maximum of 4,000 fans will be allowed back into stadiums in the lowest-risk areas when the current lockdown ends on December 2, Boris Johnson announces.
New Tranmere boss Keith Hill will hope to get off to a winning start tomorrow as his inform Tranmere team take on fourth-placed Carlisle United at Prenton Park. After destroying Ian Holloway's struggling Grimsby Town 5-0 on Saturday, Rovers will hope to close the gap on their Tuesday opponents.
Liverpool acquired James Milner on a free transfer in June 2015 from rivals Manchester City, with him being made the club's vice captain a month after his arrival. Many people questioned the signing.
Liverpool are missing two world class centre-backs in Joe Gomez and Virgil Van Dijk. However, it is not all doom and gloom if recent defensive performances are something to go from.
St Helens are once again in the Super League play-off final and will rekindle their battle with their biggest rivals, Wigan Warriors. So ahead of this titanic clash on Friday, Merseysportlive takes a look at FIVE of the most memorable victories for the Saints over the Warriors.
RB Leipzig's Dayot Upamecano is expected to leave the Red Bull Arena next Summer and has been strongly linked with Liverpool. The young centre back has been a target of some of Europe's top clubs for a number of windows, including the Premier League champions.
Depleted Liverpool turn on the style in a comfortable win against Leicester City in a top of the table clash last night (November 22). An own goal from Jonny Evans and headers from Diogo Jota and Roberto Firmino secured all three points to set new record at fortress Anfield.
Many sporting governing bodies have been clear from the outset about what exactly lies ahead during the pandemic. But there is one sport - American Football - that has not had as much guidance as they might like, as Merseysportlive reporter Will Feaver finds out.
Tranmere Rovers made it five wins out of five in all competitions as they dismantled Grimsby Town at Prenton Park in front of new boss Keith Hill. Goals from James Vaughan (2), Peter Clarke, Otis Khan and Paul Lewis completed a stunning 5-0 home display.
Everton boss Carlo Ancelotti weighed in on a potential return to allowing five substitutions, suggesting that currently not enough is being done to protect players.