Liverpool Confirmed Lineup vs Burnley: Salah benched; Origi, Sturridge start

Klopp to accept FA charge for Everton celebrations

Klopp to accept FA charge for Everton celebrations

"Joe's injured and probably not only a little bit", said Klopp after the 3-1 win at Turf Moor.

"We don't know (how bad) at the moment, we sent him home so we have to see, but it's his ankle yes".

This time around, he has been shunted between that false nine role and a number ten role, which does not really suit his direct style or get him close enough to goal.

But Liverpool fans took to Twitter to make their feelings known about Klopp's odd decision to drop all three attacking stars and make wholesale changes elsewhere on the pitch.

A gap is developing between the top two in the Premier League and the reds remain within two points of Man City.

Jurgen Klopp then sent for substitutes Mohamed Salah and Firmino and it changed the game, with the latter scoring the victor less than three minutes after his introduction, staying onside to finish a set-piece struggling Burnley defended badly.

"We don't think or speak too much about the game before when we go into the next game". Naby made all the difference, I think his blocked shot was the biggest chance we had in the first half. "That's part of that front-foot mentality", he said. "I don't know what that means exactly, I need to watch it back, I don't know". You've got to, you know, put a marker on the game - not only with good tackles, but also with good play.

The teams will face off Wednesday at Turf Moor in a Premier League Round 15 game.

"In the last few matches I've played more and I believe that [I'm] playing a good role". "Milly was outstanding anyway, really good performance especially physically, scored that one". He read Alexander-Arnold's set-piece perfectly to set up Firmino for a simple finish and the centre-back was a titanic presence at the back, as well as using possession well.

"We wanted to change when we were 1-0 down and we changed at 1-1 because it was clear, we had to try and win the game".

"We controlled the game in a lot of moments, but in the moments where we allowed Burnley to make proper tackles, it didn't look that cool".

Two minutes into the second half Sturridge forced Hart into his first real save with a low, left-footed effort with the former England goalkeeper doing even better to tip Keita's strike onto a post.

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