Liverpool 1/4 to win against Burnley in Saturday's Premier League clash

Liverpool 1/4 to win against Burnley in Saturday's Premier League clash

The Mirror says the Reds face a fresh fight to keep one of their star players - with Mane attracting interest from Europe. I am sure the talent he has got he can step into that Liverpool side. Both seem fine, though Liverpool will be in some serious trouble if Klavan is injured.

There is no hangover from the transfer saga as far as Liverpool supporters are concerned, with Coutinho receiving a warm reception once again. Liverpool have looked risky, but no breakthrough yet.

Jurgen Klopp is starting to come under a bit of pressure at Liverpool. Hopefully we see that here.

An underwhelming Liverpool were held by a sturdy Burnley, at Anfield. The Egyptian forward collected Emre Can's ball through the middle on the edge of the box and, after two quick touches, coolly finished low past goalkeeper Nick Pope.

The Egypt global controlled it with his left thigh, slicing between Stephen Ward and Tarkowski as he took a touch and cannoned his shot beyond Pope.

It's been all Liverpool since Salah's goal. The 25-year-old's willingness to apply the dark arts to Burnley's game - time-wasting with his goal kicks after barely 15 minutes on the clock - was vital to the Clarets earning a point. This tells me that Burnley must be about a minute away from scoring their second.

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Meanwhile, Burnley boss Sean Dyche said he had looked to frustrate Liverpool and target their vulnerability from dead-ball situations.

Countless chances went begging for Liverpool in the second period, as Pope was called into action on nice occasions. We're really missing Mané's creativity out there today. The Clarets followed up that famous win with a disappointing home loss to West Brom, but responded nicely with a draw away to Tottenham and a win over Crystal Palace in their next two matches. Right? Surely? No? Bueller? Subs: Oxlade-Chamberlain 5, Solanke 6.

Liverpool's defense isn't very good. After seeing Salah denied a penalty from a hefty Ben Mee challenge, he played on and crossed for substitute Dominic Solanke, who hit the crossbar while attempting to open his Liverpool account.

"Unfortunately, I still don't feel any positivity in this moment". This is the only game of football that has ever been played.

"If I can get over the few more than unlucky situations then it is my job to see the performance".