Balotelli celebrates scoring Liverpool’s first goal with a penalty.
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Slowly but surely Liverpool are edging toward the Premier League's top four and victory over high-flying Southampton at St. Mary's Saturday could prove crucial in their season, manager Brendan Rodgers said Friday.However, seventh-placed Liverpool, who trail Southampton by four points, are yet to lose in the league this year and are showing signs of the form that earned them the runners-up spot in the Premier League last season.Champions Manchester City, trailing Jose Mourinho's team by seven points in second, host Newcastle United.Tim Sherwood's first league game as Aston Villa manager is at home to Stoke City.
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