Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers has a wealth of options after Daniel Sturridge's goal-scoring return against Stoke , says Jamie Carragher.
Sturridge came off the bench on 66 minutes after nearly two months out with an ankle injury and marked his comeback with an 87th-minute strike that finally shattered the Potters' resistance in an eight-goal thriller .
Fellow forward Luis Suarez scored twice to take his Premier League goal tally to 22 and Carragher says their partnership gives Rodgers great flexibility with his formation.
"Suarez and Sturridge have been a revelation all season," said the former Liverpool and England defender and Sky Sports pundit.
"It was interesting to see how Liverpool would set up when Sturridge came on. First of all it looked as if Luis was going to go to the left but it looked as though Liverpool went to a 4-4-2 and Jordan Henderson then went to the left.
"Sturridge played in a great ball [for the fourth] and Suarez's finish was Thierry Henry-like. Those ...