Liverpool's Steven Gerrard (L) celebrates after scoring his team's second goal during their English Premier League soccer match against Leicester City at the King Power Stadium in Leicester, central England, December 2, 2014. REUTERS/Darren Staples
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Brendan Rodgers admits Liverpool hit rock bottom last month but the Reds manager is confident surviving such a tumultuous period will be the making of his players.Rodgers' side lost three successive Premier League matches for the first time in his two-and-a-half-year reign as a nightmare run threatened to ruin Liverpool's season.The Reds responded positively to end November with a battling 2-2 Champions League draw against Bulgarian side Ludogorets and then a 1-0 league win over Stoke last weekend.Liverpool followed that with a more convincing 3-1 victory at Leicester in midweek and Rodgers says morale at Anfield has improved significantly ahead of Saturday's home clash with Sunderland.Winger Adam Johnson, center-back Wes Brown and midfielder Jordi Gomez are set to return to the starting lineup after missing out against City.
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