How Napoli could line up against Liverpool

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Liverpool went top of the Premier League at the weekend after they beat Bournemouth and Manchester City lost at Chelsea.

Liverpool's defence has been spearheaded by the unflappable stalwart Virgil Van Dijk, who has been unplayable at the back since arriving in January. It is basically like a final for us and we need to win and hopefully don't concede and if we do, win by a lot of goals.

"But we have to develop always, and to confirm and to improve again on a 41-goal season (Salah actually scored 44 goals last season)".

"The sign of a good team is to still win games when you're not meant to be playing as well", he told Love Sport radio.

From one of the worst defensive sides in the league just two years ago, to one of the best this season. Milner was making his 500th Premier League appearance of his career, and did so in the unfamiliar position of right-back.

The Englishman has been not only a model professional during his time at Liverpool but also one of our most important players for the most part.

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Sadio Mane will be ready to start in Tuesday's must-win Champions League group stage clash with Napoli, according to manager Juergen Klopp who has called on the home supporters to deliver an electric atmosphere.

Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp insists he was never anxious about Mohamed Salah's form, and gave his opinion about the Egyptian not celebrating his goals.

The goal of the game would come on 77 minutes, with the outstanding Salah racing into the box before bamboozling Begovic and slotting home to round off a fine individual display. "Obviously you don't want to be in the situation we could be in tomorrow where we could maybe get knocked out, but it is how it is and we are looking forward to it", continued the the towering centre-back, sounding confident.

'But look what Joel Matip did at Bournemouth, how good he was.

Klopp, however, is certain that his players will not get carried away, either in the Premier League or in Europe, given the defeats they have suffered in their group this season.

12 wins, 3 draws, 0 defeats and 39 points after 15 games were enough to break the record. They are capable of winning the Champions League, so going out before Christmas would represent a wasted opportunity.

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