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Luis Suarez | Forward

Team: Liverpool
Age / DOB:  (27) / 1/24/1987
Ht / Wt:  5'11' / 179

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Liverpool have taken over the top of the Premier League table with another convincing victory, manhandling Tottenham in a 4-0 win.
Contributions came from all over the place, as Brendan Rodgers can seemingly do no wrong in his team selection. Today, he opted to go with Phillippe Coutinho and Raheem Sterling with Joe Allen dropping to the bench, and the move paid off. Coutinho scored the third goal of the game and while not finding the score sheet, Sterling was creating havoc all over the pitch. Of course, no Liverpool summary without crediting Luis Suarez, who tallied his 29th league goal of the season, surpassing Robbie Fowler for most in a Reds shirt. He also drew the foul that resulted in a free kick goal by Jordan Henderson. Liverpool have won eight games on the trot and will require further heavy investment for their trip next weekend to West Ham Mar 30 - 1:08 PM

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Luis Suarez added three more goals to his account and Liverpool poured it on after an early deficit to smash Cardiff City in a 3-6 final.

Goals, goals, goals. Liverpool continue to be a reliable source for attacking points in fantasy with Suarez as the top man on the totem pole. He was able to slice through the Cardiff defense on the regular as his three goals give him 28 for the season. Daniel Sturridge also added his 19th and Martin Skrtel had his second brace of the season with a couple of headers from Phillippe Coutinho corner kicks. The only big name to go quiet was Steven Gerrard, who's early yellow card stifled his performance. For the vast majority of Suarez owners who gave him the armband, we will have to wait a few days to see how many points he finally ends up with, but at the moment it is looking to finish well over 100 by himself. Remarkable.

Luis Suarez got back to form as he was involved in all three Liverpool goals in their 3-0 win over Southampton.

Suarez scored the first, assisted the second, and was brought down for a penalty on the third Liverpool goal. He went down with an injury late in the game but seemed to walk it off and Brendan Rodgers kept him on the field to finish the game. You have nothing to worry about there. In the meantime, Steven Gerrard continued his impressive form with another goal from the penalty spot, making him a must own player week in and week out. Daniel Sturridge broke his goal streak and finished with zero fantasy points, but he also continues to be a great fantasy pick as he doesn't have many bad games. The win takes Liverpool up to second place in the Premier League table, only four points behind league leaders Chelsea.
Source: Sky Sports
Mar 1 - 2:34 PM

The Fulham-Liverpool match will go ahead since the proposed tube-strike will not happen as expected.

This is good news for fantasy managers who have invested in the Liverpool team. With Liverpool scoring five goals against Arsenal last week, one can only imagine what they can do against Fulham.
Feb 11 - 9:59 AM

A proposed London Underground strike could force the postponement of Fulham-Liverpool, scheduled to be played on Wednesday. Liverpool is operating on the assumption that the match will go ahead, but a decision will be made by 3pm local time tomorrow.

That deadline won't help fantasy managers as it occurs after rosters lock down. There has been a lot of investment in Liverpool after they dismantled Arsenal, and now facing the league's bottom side. Caution may be in order for how many Reds you field, and make sure to have bench options available if indeed the match falls through.
Source: Liverpool FC
Feb 10 - 2:29 PM

Luis Suarez scored twice as Liverpool beat Stoke 5-3 in a remarkable match at the Britannia Stadium.

A final score of 5-3 doesn't do justice to exactly how crazy this match was. Liverpool led 2-0 through an own goal by Ryan Shawcross and (no surprise) Luis Suarez, before a terrific fight-back from Stoke, with Peter Crouch and Charlie Adam levelling it up to 2-2 before half time. The second half was end-to-end action and Stoke were unlucky to find themselves 4-2 down after a Steven Gerrard penalty and an excellent second goal from Suarez. Jonathan Walters gave the home side hope of a point with five minutes to go before substitute Daniel Sturridge wrapped things up for Liverpool, and they move back in to the top 4 of the Premier League.

Luis Suarez added another free kick goal to his personal highlight reel as Liverpool beat Hull City 2-0.

Daniel Agger had opened the scoring before Suarez, who was booked in the first half, made the points safe. Liverpool were happy to get back on track after losing their last two matches, and in more good news, Steven Gerrard made his return from an injury.
Source: BBC Sport
Jan 1 - 11:57 AM

Luis Suarez continued his red hot run of form by scoring twice and adding an assist as Liverpool climb to the top of the table with a 3-1 win over Cardiff City.

Just fresh off a lucrative contract extension Suarez delivered yet again, scoring his 9th and 10th goal of the month, a Premier League record for most goals in any month, as well as breaking the record for most goals before Christmas, despite being disqualified from the first 5 games. His assist could have been a goal as well, but on a breakaway, he unselfishly layed the ball off to Raheem Sterling. Drink it in folks, you are witnessing excellence that comes around once in a generation. Captain him away to Manchester City without a second thought.
Sat, Dec 21, 2013 09:42:00 AM

Luis Suarez agreed to a new four-and-a-half year deal with Liverpool today that will pay him around £160,000-a-week until the end of this season and then £200,000-a-week every year after that until 2018.

"I am delighted to have agreed to a new deal with Liverpool and have my future secured for the long term," Suarez told Liverpool's website. I believe I can achieve the ambitions of winning trophies and playing at the very highest level with Liverpool. My aim is to help get us there as quickly as possible." Head coach Brendan Rogers was just as thrilled, saying - "Luis is a world-class talent and securing his services is crucial for what we are trying to achieve here. What's most important and most exciting is that, at just 26 years old, his best years are still ahead of him and we now know we'll be seeing him reach that potential in a Liverpool shirt." Suarez is the hottest player in the Premier League right with 17 goals in his last 11 games.
Source: BBC Sport
Fri, Dec 20, 2013 11:28:00 AM

Liverpool executives visit with Luis Suarez' advisor to make the Uruguayan striker the highest paid player in club history.

Suarez still has two-and-a-half years left on his current deal, but Liverpool don't want Real Madrid anywhere near him. They want to reward the current Premier League leader in goals with an incentivized deal upwards of £200,000-a-week. Suarez notched two goals and two assists in his most recent outing against Tottenham and feels like the club is doing what they need to do to remain a title contender. "The last four years we have been near the top four and this year it’s hopefully going to be better. If Liverpool don’t have the players it is difficult and I don’t continue at my level. But now they do and they help me. They know I’m important in the squad but they know they have to stay together. I am delighted that I, and my club, are finishing the year so strongly."
Source: The Express
Wed, Dec 18, 2013 04:39:00 PM

Luis Suarez scored two goals and added two assists in Liverpool's 5-0 route over Tottenham at White Hart Lane.

It was a magnificent display of domination by the Uruguayan forward who has now scored more goals (17) than 10 other Premier League teams this season. Suarez was given the Captain's armband with Steven Gerrard out due to injury and he couldn't have performed much better. His finishing was superb and his ability to distribute and involve the rest of his teammates was second to none. Head Coach Brendan Rogers called it "the most complete performance we've had all season." With the win Liverpool jump to second place in the table, two points behind league leaders Arsenal. Suarez is a must-have player and someone who should be in consideration for the captain's armband every week from here on out.
Sun, Dec 15, 2013 01:46:00 PM

In a game riddled with own goals Luis Suarez managed to tally a no-doubt intended goal, his 14th of the season, and Liverpool win at home 4-1.

The game was closer than the scoreline indicated as West Ham made it 2-1 in the second half and had chances that almost resulted in bringing the game level. The Suarez goal came courtesy of a cross by Glen Johnson that found the red hot Uruguayan at the back post and he headed home flawlessly. On a day when he didn't appear his most lethal, he still had a chance for more. Liverpool travel to face Spurs next weekend. There should be some lively debate as to whether Suarez should be the uncontested captaincy choice for a fixture like that but there is no question he shouldn't budge from your XI.
Sat, Dec 7, 2013 12:24:00 PM

Luis Suarez has been quoted as saying that he is, "happy here and I will stay", which will be music to the ears of Liverpool fans everywhere.

With the transfer window just weeks away, any indication of loyalty to Liverpool by Suarez is a welcome sign. He's arguably the best player in the league at the moment, and his loss would be a blow to the club, the league, and our fantasy teams.
Source: The Guardian
Thu, Dec 5, 2013 04:28:00 PM

Luis Suarez turned in an unforgettable performance for Liverpool, one that will be etched in the history books, scoring four goals and adding an assist, as the Reds steamrolled Norwich City 5-1.

Suarez has made beating up on Norwich City something of a hobby. He became the first player in PL history to have 3 hat tricks registered against the same club. He completed his hat trick after 35 minutes of action and added a fourth along with an assist to Raheem Sterling's goal in the 2nd half. Suarez is in the form of his life and may be the most dangerous striker in the world right now. All four goals were superb, demonstrating his skills from inside the box, from set pieces, and even a 40 yard volley while the mood struck him. It will take injury or suspension to even think about dropping him from your team, and even then, it may be worth holding him for a bench option until his return. He is simply amazing right now.
Wed, Dec 4, 2013 04:57:00 PM

Luis Suarez had a rare quiet afternoon and Liverpool could only muster one goal against Hull City which was not enough to come away with any points in a match they felt they should have.

The disappointing day for Suarez was highlighted by the Gerrard goal in that the free kick looked to be one Suarez was lining up to take. Gerrard converted, and that was the end of Liverpool's output. Suarez did have some chances and he didn't look completely out of it, but perhaps he is easier to contain when the opponent doesn't have to worry about Sturridge's presence up front. Suarez has had too long a run of top form to consider this anything other than a one off for him, and he will look to rebound midweek when the Reds host Norwich City.
Sun, Dec 1, 2013 11:09:00 AM