Steven Gerrard marks his first Premier League start since 11 February with a hat-trick as Liverpool beat Everton 3-0.
Liverpool's faltering league form continued as they were beaten by a determined and dogged Sunderland side.
Robin van Persie's stoppage-time winner gave Arsenal a dramatic victory to leave Liverpool 10 points adrift of the Premier League's top four.
Liverpool won 3-2 on penalties to see off Cardiff and win a thrilling Carling Cup final at Wembley.
Three own goals helped Liverpool overcome Brighton to coast into the FA Cup sixth round.
Manchester United moved back to the top of the Premier League after two second half goals from Wayne Rooney propelled them to victory over rivals Liverpool.
Luis Suarez returns after a lengthy ban but cannot inspire Liverpool to victory as they share a 0-0 draw with Tottenham.
Andy Carroll celebrated the first anniversary of his £35m move to Liverpool by setting the Reds on their way to victory at Molineux.
Substitute Dirk Kuyt struck a late winner as Liverpool defeated Manchester United in a dramatic FA Cup fourth round clash at a hostile Anfield.
Liverpool will face Cardiff in the Carling Cup final after squeezing past Manchester City in a pulsating second leg of their semi-final.
Bolton moved out of the bottom three after taking full advantage of some slack defending to defeat Liverpool.
Liverpool missed the chance to move into the top five as they were comfortably held to a seventh home league draw of the season by Stoke.
Liverpool hold the advantage and have a first Wembley appearance since 1996 in their sights after a Carling Cup semi-final first-leg victory at Manchester City.
Oldham gave Liverpool a fright, but the Reds fought back to book their place in the fourth round of the FA Cup.
Manchester City brushed aside Liverpool to open up a three-point lead at the top of the Premier League.
Returning skipper Steven Gerrard sealed victory over Newcastle following two Craig Bellamy goals as Liverpool rose to fifth in the Premier League.
Bottom side Blackburn hung on for a much-needed point as a stubborn display forced Liverpool to settle for their sixth home draw of the season
Ali Al-Habsi saved a Charlie Adam penalty and made a string of other fine saves to help Wigan hold Liverpool to a point at the DW Stadium.
Craig Bellamy scored one and created another in the space of four minutes as he inspired Liverpool to their fifth away league win of the season.
Luis Suarez scored the only goal against QPR as a dominant Liverpool avoided a fifth successive home draw and climbed to sixth in the table.