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Looks like mu cant score without ronaldo! he's been bagging all their goals...one-man team...at least we share the goalscoring all around...stop ronaldo,we'll stop mu...then again,maybe he can juz fall in the penalty area with just the wind touching him...muz becareful of that also... hail the wayang king...
CARRAGHER: ROTATION THE KEY
Liverpool defender Jamie Carragher believes his side's strong run of recent form is due to manager Rafa Benitez's rotation policy.
The Reds have won seven consecutive games since their FA Cup upset at the hands of Barnsley in February and they have set up a meeting with Arsenal in the quarter-finals of the Champions League in the process.
Benitez has come in for criticism this season for his tendency to rotate his squad as Liverpool - who face Manchester United at Old Trafford on Grand Slam Sunday - struggled in the middle of the campaign.
However, Carragher is now eyeing a place in the Champions League final in Moscow at the end of the season and believes he and his team-mates are benefiting after being rested by former Valencia manager Benitez.
"The first three years the manager has been here we have been to three finals so hopefully there will be another one this season in Moscow," Carragher told Sky Sports News.
"He gets a lot of criticism for it but you have to look at his record, not just here at Valencia too, it does prove successful."
Benitez has played a settled side over recent weeks, but Carragher is expecting more changes.
Liverpool travel to United at the weekend before welcoming Merseyside rivals Everton to Anfield the following week.
The Reds then face their Champions League-Premier League trilogy with Arsenal in April and, with a batch of international friendlies also due at the end of March, Carragher expects Benitez to shuffle his squad.
"The manager takes a lot of criticism but over the last few weeks we haven't been changing too much as there hasn't been as many games," Carragher added.
"But with these five games coming up, plus the international game, I'm sure there might be a few changes.
"At this time of the season there are maybe a few tired legs and things just need freshening up every now and again."
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