Burnley boss Dyche ready for Liverpool test at Anfield

Burnley boss Dyche ready for Liverpool test at Anfield

Of course, it is a difference.

Gerrard left Liverpool in 2015 after 17 years at the club.

It will be interesting to see if Klopp rests any of his first-team regualars with the German manager most likely keeping one eye on the Reds crucial Champions League last-16 second leg against Bayern Munich at the Allianz Arena on Wednesday.

The report explains: "The Spanish giants are looking to shake up their defensive options this summer - and Liverpool are taking no chances with their £75 million star, who has been a driving force behind their Premier League title bid". I want to be a legend for Liverpool and England.

The Clarets were understandably unwilling to lose one of their key players in the heart of a relegation battle, although they have since climbed out of the drop zone.

"I was a local, a supporter who had been there since I was seven".

"When I went to Celtic games I wanted to enjoy it, I didn't want to sit and be tense every time the other team crossed the halfway line".

"We'll give everything we have, and they probably will, too".

Watford, who were beaten 5-0 by a Liverpool team that had gone through a similarly barren spell immediately prior to their meeting, might be just the right opponents for City this weekend as they aim to maintain their one-point lead over Liverpool.

Gerrard is keen to avoid turning Liverpool's season into a success or failure purely on the basis of where they finish in the table.

- Burnley have dropped more points from winning positions in their 30 Premier League games this season (10) than they did in the whole of 2017-2018 (nine).

The controversy sparked a tussle with Dyche, a manager Klopp has openly admired and praised for the work he has done at Turf Moor, but the Reds boss said that had all now been forgotten. He is doing everything he can.

"It's unusual because you meet these people, and when you are a kid and looking at King Kenny doing his stuff, you're just like (puffs out cheeks), and then you meet them and they are chatting to you normally about football, and that's still quite surreal in my life".

Jurgen Klopp has assured Naby Keita and Xherdan Shaqiri that the pair still have a place in his Liverpool squad and explained why they haven't seen as much game time recently. "I saw it as a help rather than a hindrance".

"The biggest eye opener is the amount of thinking you have to do".

"I don't know how it's judged any more".

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