Steven Gerrard: The one name which neither warrants nor requires any discussions. The Liverpool captain is hoping to fire his team to a victory against Chelsea which will hopefully win him the elusive Premier League winner’s medal.
Joe Allen: The Welsh Xavi as he is popularly called by a section of the Liverpool fans has certainly stepped up his game when called upon. An expert at retaining possession and his impeccable reading of the game means Liverpool possess that extra piece of security with or without the ball.
Raheem Sterling: The young English winger has been sensational this season and might just be selected as the PFA Young player of the season. He has been a menace in the opposition box all season long and it won’t be any wonder that he would be a shoo in to face Chelsea.
Philippe Coutinho: After the highs of the last season there was some expected drop in form during the first half of the campaign. However since then he has very much picked up his form and is again enjoying the heights from last season. Playing with the likes of Suarez, Sturridge and Sterling has given him the added edge required to terrorize defenders.