Former Liverpool Manager Expects Klopp's Reds To Slip Up

Former Liverpool Manager Expects Klopp's Reds To Slip Up

Former Liverpool Manager Expects Klopp's Reds To Slip Up

Bookmaker Sportingbet have crunched the numbers and revealed which teams had the best and worst run of games, as well as which set of fans have had to travel furthest to watch their side play.

Liverpool head coach Jurgen Klopp said on Wednesday that Egyptian striker Mohamed Salah is still under his top performance due to his shoulder injury during the Champions League final against Real Madrid in May.

The Reds have a four-point lead over Manchester City now.

However, Klopp has now appeared to indicate that the Reds will only probably look to bring in some new players if they suffer injury problems in the coming weeks.

The festive fixtures will conclude with a meeting of the top two in Manchester on January 3 and, while the business half of the season remains, the prospect of Liverpool extending their lead should focus minds at the Etihad.

"If you want to enjoy the ride, and want to try everything you can to be as successful as possible, then welcome, let's go for it".

"We go to Leicester and try to win". It's hard to win football games, sometimes it works out and sometimes it doesn't.

United sit 19 points behind Liverpool in sixth place, eight points off the top four.

"At the moment, we have to concentrate". That's what we have to do against Newcastle again. "He had to adapt a bit to a slightly different position; it's not that much different, but it is different from time to time". The exception was the 2-2 draw with Arsenal and that is the only match at Selhurst Park this season where both teams have scored, with every other game turning into a war of attrition.

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The German manager said on Monday that "nobody should feel safe" in the Premier League title race and insisted Tottenham, Chelsea and Arsenal - who are third, fourth and fifth respectively - also remain in the hunt with 20 games to play.

Manchester City may have won the Premier League title with 100 points last season, but Pep Guardiola believes they are even better this time around.

"If we work hard, play with intensity and get in and around them there is no reason why we can't cause an upset".

"We need again an exceptional atmosphere to beat a very hard to beat team".

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