- Fraser Forster saves James Milner penalty after Jack Stephens handball.
- Liverpool go third with goalless draw against Southampton.
- Saints 10th after shutting the Reds out for a fourth time this season.
- Virgil van Dijk, Ryan Bertrand and Oriol Romeu could leave St Mary's for Anfield says Phil Thompson.
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Full time: Liverpool 0-0 Southampton
Liverpool's top four destiny is out of their hands after they drop more points against a side in the bottom half. James Milner's missed penalty was the headline act of an otherwise horrific game. Southampton offered nothing but they kept out the Reds for a fourth time this season thanks to Fraser Forster's tremendous penalty save.
Forster pushes Sturridge's header over the bar. Entering the closing seconds; can Liverpool force a winner?
Simon Mignolet in all sorts of trouble outside of his penalty area. He probably handles the ball outside the box as Tadic races onto a loose ball, before the Belgian tries to pass the ball out from the front and fails miserably.
Four added minutes at Anfield.
Indeed. it has been very poor from Liverpool today.
No doubt Southampton are sitting in and are accepting that a point is that that is realistically available to them. They have offered almost nothing as an attacking force in this game to be honest. Many players on their holidays.
Better from Liverpool as they push for a late winner. James Milner gets in behind by Stephens but his cross is blocked and goes behind.
James Milner sees his second half penalty saved by Fraser Forster.
Milner's first penalty miss since November 2009 comes at a bad time for Liverpool.
Adam Lallana and Daniel Sturridge on for Lucas and Origi with 20 minutes to go.
It really is a terrific save from Forster. Not right in the corner from Milner but it is struck well and low and the England international gets down well to keep it out. That Southampton defence remains un-breached.
At last some action at Anfield but no goal to follow. Liverpool earn a penalty when Jack Stephens handles under pressure from Divock Origi but James Milner's penalty is saved by Fraser Forster.
PENALTY TO LIVERPOOL
If it wasn't confirmed already, Alberto Moreno's days at Liverpool are coming to an end.
Daniel Sturridge can't be far away for Liverpool. They have been simply woeful today and with an hour played they look no closer to boosting their top four hopes.
Jurgen Klopp displays his frustration during the first half.
Back underway at Anfield. No changes to the personnel, but my goodness I hope there is a change to the intent from both sides.
Half time: Liverpool 0-0 Southampton
A dreadful, dreadful half of Premier League football. Neither side have created anything of note and you would be forgiven for thinking this was a pre-season friendly rather than a Champions League-chasing side against one bidding to finish in the top half. Must. Do. Better.
They need some sort of motivation to up their way. Liverpool un-fussed so far.
Anfield is urging Liverpool on as the half draws to a close, with Can trying a shot from 30 yards which is easily saved by Forster. Applause greets, as much as a sign of what has gone before as anything else.
Liverpool have not scored in any of their three meetings with Claude Puel's side this season and they haven't looked like breaking that run in the first half today. This has been awfully lacklustre from a Reds team with everything to play for.
A SHOT! At last some action as Liverpool produce what is the first meaningful effort on goal; a trickled effort from Roberto Firmino which is easily saved by Fraser Forster.
Divock Origi battles for the ball in the opening minutes at Anfield.
You might have noticed updates from Anfield have dried up. That is centrally because the excitement has been rare. It has been a shocking opening 28 minutes or so. Southampton force their first corner but it is flat and easily dealt with, before a foul is committed.
Update from the Championship, and I told you things may change in the final minutes.
Blackburn Rovers have been relegated to League One, the first Premier League champions to drop into the third tier. Nottingham Forest and Birmingham City have both survived on the final day.
Newcastle United are champions after they beat Barnsley and Brighton draw at Aston Villa. A late Jack Grealish goal means the Magpies return to the top flight at the first time of asking with the title.