London: Enjoying his most prolific spell in English football, Luis Suarez will look to wreak further havoc on Chelsea's creaking defense this weekend to reinvigorate Liverpool's stuttering Premier League campaign.
The Uruguay striker has scored seven goals — more than half of Liverpool's total — in the league this season, with his effervescent form prompting manager Brendan Rodgers to compare him to Barcelona star Lionel Messi.
But Liverpool is 12th in the league, already 12 points behind second-place Chelsea.
Chelsea's notoriously stingy defense has gone seven games in all competitions without being able to stop the opposition from scoring, seemingly paying the price for the team's more attacking approach.
But the game should feature a defense bolstered by John Terry, who returns after serving a four-game domestic ban for racial abuse.