Liverpool may have found their form at Anfield, but on the road, it's a different story.

This past Saturday, the Reds took on Newcastle United at St. James' Park and demolished the visitors 3-1. Liverpool's only goal was scored by Dutch international Dirk Kuyt. A lucky shot that was caromed off a defender.

Liverpool had managed to clinch impressive victories over Chelsea, and Aston Villa and home, but have failed to impress anyone on the road.

In the last six road games The Reds have come out victorious once, stalemated once, and have lost four times. Losses were courtesy of: Everton (unthinking to lose the Liverpool derby), Tottenham, Stoke City, and Bolton Wanderers.

At Anfield, Liverpool is on form, communicating effectively, and executing crisp passing. But away they appear lost, disorganized and completely off form -- almost playing like an AYSO under six team.

Hopefully the Liverpool faithful will only endure these woes for the rest of this month. The new owners promised Coach Roy Hodgson lots of money for a transfer window newcomer. And with Captain Steven Gerrard due to return shortly, January looks like a promising month.

Paint it Red.