Liverpool, who are hunting for a third straight victory in all competitions, will be back in Premier League action on Sunday when Nottingham Forest visits  Anfield.

In their Europa League match on Thursday, the Reds thumped Toulouse 5-1, and last weekend, Steve Cooper’s team lost a 2-0 lead against Luton Town to draw 2-2.

Liverpool defeated Everton 2-0 in an unconvincing fashion in the Merseyside derby, keeping them within striking distance of the Premier League summit. The fourth-place side are only a point behind Manchester City and now four points behind Arsenal.

Liverpool, one of just four teams in the top flight with a perfect home record, have gone 16 games without losing at Anfield in the Premier League since Leeds United’s shocking 2-1 victory.

Anthony Elanga delivered two assists for Chris Wood to presumably put the Tricky Trees out of reach during Nottingham Forest’s match against Luton Town last weekend.

But prior missed chances would come back to haunt Steve Cooper’s team, as Chiedozie Ogbene cut the deficit with 83 minutes remaining before Elijah Adebayo’s stunning injury-time equaliser kept Forest from taking home all three points at the City Ground.

Sunday’s game is an important one for Forest who are without a win in their last five league games.

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