Swansea fan Ross Baxter provides the view from the Liberty Stadium ahead of Sunday's game.
How's your season going?
Very well so far. Obviously we've got the Capital One Cup final next week which in itself is a fantastic achievement for the club, but to also be 7th in the league at this stage in the season is great.
Song we can expect to hear from the Swansea fans?
I'm sure we'll hear Hymns and Arias, amongst various others. We know for definite the travelling fans will be vocal though.
Player who makes you tick?
Difficult to select just one, but if I had to I'd say Leon Britton. He's always absolutely solid and can be consistently relied upon, not just to win the ball back from the opposition, but to keep hold of it as well and to control the game from the midfield.
Again, it's difficult to say as we do have a very strong squad. We'll miss Chico this weekend as he has been a rock in defence throughout the season, but we do have the likes of Monk and Bartley who are ready to step up to the plate and who haven't let us down when they've been given a chance this season.
Best way to beat Swansea?
Probably best to keep the pressure up, as that obviously makes it that little bit harder to keep the ball and put it exactly where we want it.
Liverpool player you'll be worried about?
Obviously Liverpool have got a strong squad and the likes of Suarez, Sturridge, Gerrard and others can be difficult to deal with, so I would say we'll have to make sure we concentrate on Liverpool as a whole rather than worrying about any one player in particular.
What kind of reception can Brendan Rodgers expect?
Same as previous times I would imagine. The majority of fans still appreciate everything he did for the club in his time here and can understand why he moved on.
Best and worst thing about being a Swansea fan?
One of the best things is probably the fact that the club has a solid background structure. Some people were worried when we lost big names last season (Brendan, Allen and Sinclair) and as such we were predicted to be bottom of the pile, but Huw Jenkins and the rest of the board showed that really there was nothing to be worried about, and we've come out of it stronger. I would say the worst bit is that often the expectations from parts of the media who, despite recent successes, are often highly critical of our chances and expect us to do consistently badly. It can be bad to read stuff like that week in, week out. Having said that, it is always nice when we prove them wrong!
I think we'll be very up for it, but it'll be tough, so I'll go 1-0 Swans, Michu to score.