Published: Mon, March 13, 2017
Sport | By Desiree Waters

Liverpool fans slate 24-year-old after win against Burnley

Liverpool fans slate 24-year-old after win against Burnley

Liverpool must have learned from that game, and manager Jurgen Klopp will be keen to make sure that they do not suffer a double against the 12 placed side in the Premier League. I said before the game that Burnley are the most consistent team in style; they play what they play.

The Clarets are Liverpool's next opponents on a weekend that could see them extend their lead over Arsenal and United, who are both in FA Cuip quarter-final action and now trail Klopp's men in the race for the top four.

"At this stage of the season it's better to collect points no matter how".

Jordan Henderson and Daniel Sturridge are doubts for the hosts ahead of the clash, but Dejan Lovren could return after a four-game absence, per Coral Barry of Metro. Leaders Chelsea won 13 league games on the spin earlier this season, while defending champions Leicester City got over the line last term with a run of seven wins in nine. We can boost that price significantly by backing Liverpool to win, and backing both teams to find the net.

"People say I don't have a Plan B or whatever", the German said, according to the Liverpool Echo. Jurgen Klopp's men are trying to stay in the top four and push back against their lack of success against lower table teams.

However, Burnley beat the Reds during their last meeting, a 2-0 victory at Turf Moor in August.

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Sean Dyche's team selection seemed to lack pace on paper and it proved to be the case on the pitch too, with the Clarets struggling to get up the field whenever they tried to counter-attack.

Liverpool can use Sunday as a platform considering the fact that none of the sides above them are in action. "We are ready for the fight". A confident Reds side, who swept the floor with Arsenal last weekend, should be able to thrash a Burnley team who have picked up only two points away from home all season, shouldn't they? Usually when we were not at our best we've lost and in a few parts of the game we weren't at our best actually.

"It's something we did talk about, we spoke about it a lot but now I feel like we've got bored of going over the same things over and over again", Keane admitted.

"In the end actually I liked it because its this type of game that we didn't win until now". In their place, Liverpool would start Emre Can and Divock Origi respectively.

Can make five clearances and no other Liverpool player made more tackles that the Germany intentional of Turkish origin according to Whoscored.

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