Attack: Liverpool were rampant during the win at Leicester last time out but I think Klopp may be tempted to rest one of his front three tomorrow in order to keep them fresh. To be honest this is not a problem for us.
Leicester are still second on the table, 13 points behind the Kops and will be eager to make amends for Sunday's bashing.
However, Reds manager Jurgen Klopp doesn't seem to be much interested in the number game, especially the healthy lead that Liverpool enjoys at the top.
Mane said they have learnt a lot from that painful experience.
The last encounter between the two sides also took place at the London Stadium in April where a late equaliser from Harvey Barnes ensured a 2-2 draw between the two sides.
"We know it's a tough game against a good team, but I think our team right now isn't playing badly, but we have to be more focused (when) to defend".
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He concluded: "So as a country, let us reflect on the year and celebrate the good that is to come". "Folks, I hope you enjoy the next few days", he said.
"I think we are better this season than a year ago in what we're trying to do".
Chelsea have been better away from Stamford Bridge this season, with six wins in nine, but the Gunners, down in 11th place, sorely need to kick-start their season if they are to have any chance of European football next term.
Vardy has scored 17 goals this season so far, five more than anyone else, in an impressive Leicester side.
"I'm not going to say that's going to happen, but it gave us the opportunity because the team was fresh and had energy".
He was the joint top goal scorer last season alongside teammate Mohamed Salah and Arsenal's Gabonese captain, Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang.
Liverpool suffered during the two teams' clash at the first half of the season in Liverpool as the Reds decided the game thanks to a late penalty from their veteran James Milner.