Liverpool to wear charity logo against West Brom

Liverpool skipper Steven Gerrard celebrates his goal against Norwich on January 19, 2013
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Liverpool will wear charity logo 'Seeing is Believing' on their shirts for tonight's clash against West Bromwich Albion.

Liverpool will display the logo of charity 'Seeing is Believing' during tonight's Premier League match against West Bromwich Albion.

The Merseyside outfit previously wore the logo during their final home game against Chelsea last season, but they will temporarily replace regular sponsor Standard Chartered in a bid to support the charity, which aims to stop avoidable blindness in developing countries.

"You realise at the time how difficult it is without your sight," Liverpool captain Steven Gerrard told the club's official website. "Especially doing activities.

"We were involved in a penalty shootout using a blindfold and it's so difficult. It was really enjoyable to take part and very important for myself and the club as well to play our part and try to help these people."

Meanwhile, the Reds head into tonight's match 12 points adrift of fourth place in the Premier League table.

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