Chelsea fan Max Saunders provides the view from Stamford Bridge ahead of Sunday's game.
How is life as a Chelsea fan right now?
Different - more entertaining but also at times more nerve racking. The 'we'll score one more than you' mentality is going to take some time to get used to, but some of the football we're playing is brilliant to watch and makes the nerves all worth it.
Confident heading into this game?
Pretty confident - I wouldn't say Liverpool have exactly hit the ground running, although I've been impressed with some of the youngsters coming into your team and you have to commend Rodgers for showing them faith, even if its perhaps because of his lack of options. We're not in the greatest vein of form either but after our last-minute winner against Shaktar, I'm sure our players are feeling confident and we've certainly got the ability to beat anyone.
Which of your new boys should we be worried about?
Oscar - I said this on your website pre-season. For me he's always been the one to watch, the awareness and intelligence he already has at such a young age is almost frightening. He's that good.
Liverpool player you wish played for Chelsea?
A few years ago you might have said Torres to this question. How is he getting on?
I think its pretty obvious he's been a disappointment. I think even us Chelsea fans, who have been incredibly supportive of him, are starting to accept that he's never going to be the player we hoped he would be. Although at times he looks sharp and always works very hard for the team, the worry is his hesitancy in front of goal, which could potentially cost us this season.
Best way to beat Chelsea?
High tempo from the start, with lots of width. For all the talent Mata and Hazard possess (and its a ridiculous amount) they're not so adept when it comes to tracking back and helping out our full backs.
If you were manager for the day...
I wouldn't do much different, I think Robbie Di Matteo has been fantastic since he's come in, the way he's integrated such a young group of players, so quickly. He's done a marvellous job.
Best thing about a trip to Stamford Bridge?
These days the best thing is getting to see the slick football that we play. The flicks, tricks, pace and movement that we're lucky enough to see week in week out this season, is a nice change. Other teams might be forced to like us now (though that's probably unlikely)!
And the worst?
Travelling to the ground can be a pain, either traffic with no parking, or tube squashed with people. Nice area, though.
There always seems to be a bit of unpredictability when we meet. Last season's defeat at the Bridge was hard to take. However, I think if we play well we might just have a bit too much for you. 2-1.