With six matches to go and nothing much to play for other than self-respect and self-preservation, Brendan Rodgers had an opportunity to shake things up with his line-up against West Brom but chose instead to keep the likes of Steven Gerrard and Glen Johnson in the side. Liverpool dominated possession throughout the match — and how! — but mostly failed to create any meaningful chances. Simon Mignolet notched another clean sheet in his unexpected quest to win the Golden Gloves award at the end of the season, and Dejan Lovren had a pretty sweet clearance to aid and abet that result. Still, a nil-nil draw is usually going to make for unspectacular viewing, and Liverpool fans would be forgiven for completely forgetting about this one until the end of time.
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