Liverpool boss Klopp snaps back at Dyche 'cheat' claims

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Gomez, who operates as a centre-back or right-back, has been one of Liverpool's best performers this season, making 18 appearances in all competitions. "Eddie is doing a fantastic job there, and it will be hard enough".

Another option, albeit more of a gamble, is to bring in Rafael Camacho from the under-21s after the 18-year-old was drafted into the squad for Wednesday's win at Burnley.

"Hopefully he can finish the programme we did for him today". As quoted by the Lancashire Telegraph, he said: "I would say we haven't been physical enough this season".

"That's good to know, but of course we hope that it maybe doesn't take that long to score and decide the game". "I suspect they might need another player or two in midfield to help them in that period".

"You can see how good he is on the ball, how comfortable he is; driving the ball forward, which is important for us".

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Sadio Mane is unlikely to be fit in time to feature in Liverpool's trip to Bournemouth on Saturday, Jurgen Klopp confirmed on Friday. He got a knock last week and got a concussion.

But, before Klopp's comments, Dyche had spoken about his side's commitment in the tackle, and said: "I thought there were some excellent challenges". Nothing serious, but not in training and so not available.

Aside from long-term absentees Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain and Rhian Brewster, both Nathaniel Clyne and Dominic Solanke are both still sidelined with minor issues.

"It's amusing, he didn't reference Daniel Sturridge's cheating", said the Burnley boss, who again played down an apparent verbal joust with Klopp following the final whistle.

"Daniel Sturridge is no cheat". It was a normal situation which can happen - sometimes a striker expects a tackle and tries to avoid it by jumping.

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