The Premier League season is winding down and this weekend sees many teams taking to the field up and down England (and Wales) for the penultimate league fixtures.
It will be a high intensity weekend of football as teams are still fighting to secure either their Premier League status or securing European football for next season. However, for club and international star Steven Gerrard, he and Liverpool are set to be a very emotional Sunday.
This weekend the Liverpool legend will be walking out on Sunday for the last time at Anfield as his beloved club host Crystal Palace. The announcement earlier in the year was made that Steven Gerrard would not be renewing his contract at the club and would let it run down until the end of the season. The club captain would then go on to sign for MLS giants LA Galaxy, which has attracted global star David Beckham as well as Gerrard’s former Liverpool team mate Robbie Keane.
In build up to Sunday’s match, Steven Gerrard spoke to the BBC where he discussed his feelings on the upcoming fixture.
“I realise that come the end of the game when it is time to say goodbye to the supporters for the last time the emotions are going to kick in for real. “I have never been in this situation before so I don’t really know what it is going to be like.
“I want to try and manage it, try and control it but I also want the opportunity to say thanks to the people who have supported me for a long time.”
We take a look back on some of Steven Gerrard’s best goalswearing the red of Liverpool.

How do you think the final 90 minutes at Anfield will play out for Steven Gerrard?
To watch Gerrard’s emotional final game at Anfield, head over to Churchills Sports Bar in Sydney and also check out the other big Premier League fixture on over the weekend. Already relegated, QPR take on Newcastle who are hoping not to follow in the footsteps of their hosts and make an unwanted return to the Championship next season.
Although the club has nothing to play for, Manchester City travel to Swansea in a bid to secure second place, with Arsenal only three points behind them and boasting a game in hand. Pellegrini’s position as manager at the club is still being speculated on so he will be hoping to return to the Etihad with the three points.
Check out the rest of the weekend fixtures below:
Southampton v Aston Villa Kick Off 9:45PM AEST
Burnley v Stoke City Kick Off 12:00AM/Midnight AEST
QPR v Newcastle United 12:00AM/Midnight AEST
Burnley v Stoke City 12:00AM/Midnight AEST
West Ham United v Everton 12:00AM/Midnight AEST
Tottenham v Hull City 12:00AM/Midnight AEST
Sunderland v Leicester City 12:00AM/Midnight AEST
Liverpool v Crystal Palace Kick Off 2:30AM AEST
Swansea v Manchester City Kick Off 10:30PM AEST
Churchills Sports Bar can be found on 532 Anzac Pde, Kingsford, Sydney. Also visit www.churchillsbar.com.au to check out more live sports and more that’s on at the bar.