Steven Gerrard & Raheem Sterling post Instagram pics pre Liverpool v Southampton
Liverpool face Southampton at Anfield to kick off their Premier League season on Sunday.
There is plenty of excitement at Liverpool after finishing second last season, despite the loss of Luis Suarez in the summer.
Brendan Rodgers looks to have signed well and another Liverpool title challenge is not out of the question.
Both Steven Gerrard and Raheem Sterling have posted Instagram pictures and messages ahead of Liverpool v Southampton.
Stevie G’s is above: “Season opener today good luck to everyone at Liverpool football club #WE GO AGAIN”.
Raheem Sterling’s is below with the following tag line: “Opening match today..come on boys..”
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