Please click here to download the latest version of Flash Player to view the match centre.
A promising footballer involved in a horrific crash that killed two of his friends is improving in hospital.
Liverpool FC academy player Sean Highdale, 17, was left in a critical condition after the car he was travelling in was involved in a smash on Speke Boulevard earlier this month.
Today police officials confirmed that he is conscious and has been moved to an ordinary hospital ward.
The crash, which involved five teenagers from the Halewood area and a 22-year-old driver from Manchester, happened at around 10.40pm on Sunday, April 6.
Two of Sean's friends, Kalam Wooding and Thomas Benn, both 17, were killed.
Tranmere youth squad member Danny Moran, 17, remains in a "critical but stable" condition in hospital.
A fifth teen, who has not been named, suffered only minor injuries.
Sean has been training at the academy for more than eight years and was 15 when he got a call-up to the England ranks.
Following the crash, messages of concern and support for Sean appeared on The Liverpool Way, a forum for Reds fans.
One said: "He appears to be a cracking player.
"Hope the lad pulls through."
The friends were heading along Speke Boulevard towards Liverpool when their silver Vauxhall Astra collided with a black Volkswagen Beetle.
The impact sent the Astra spinning across the carriageway before it was catapulted through trees, coming to rest on its roof in nearby woodland.
The Beetle was spun around by the force of the impact and sent crashing through a fence and a lamppost.
The Beetle driver, who was on his way to the airport, was treated for minor whiplash.