Liverpool's Klopp says managers' opinions on coronavirus do not matter

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Jurgen Klopp needs to now choose his side up in advance of a conference with Bournemouth at Anfield on Saturday, where a win can see them relocate to within simply 9 factors of securing an initial residential crown in 30 years.

Jurgen Klopp's men are English champions-in-waiting after their wonderful 2019-20 campaign, with the Reds potentially looking to win more than one major trophy this term.

Jurgen Klopp revealed at his media conference earlier today that Alisson is out of tomorrow's Premier League clash against Bournemouth and next Wednesday's Champions League last-16 decider against Atletico Madrid with a hip injury.

Chelsea seemed to grow in confidence during the second period, the Blues' high-press causing the league leaders all sorts of problems, with the hugely impressive 18-year-old midfielder Billy Gilmour pulling the strings in the midfield.

As far as the team news is concerned, star players, who were not selected in the starting XI vs Chelsea in the FA Cup, would likely return at the weekend.

Murphy is determined that Liverpool would "happily sacrifice" success in any one of the mugs to grab an evasive prize come May, as well as thinks current outcomes have actually been "over-egged" by competing advocates as well as specialists.

Meanwhile, certain fans critical of Liverpool's recent performances. For all the praise the Liverpool front three has received over the past few seasons, the European champions failed to register a single shot on target against Atletico Madrid in the Spanish capital.

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So, with the Premier League already dusted, many critics of Liverpool have claimed that the Reds will only win the Premier League, which has definitely irked Virgil Van Dijk.

Mohamed Salah and Roberto Firmino left the bench but could not stop their dream of an FA Cup, Champions League and Premier League Treble from evaporating. Yeah? Just? It's just a small thing is it?

Verdict: We are backing both teams to score at evens and the home win at odds of 2/9.

"In life there are people who are never satisfied".

Klopp admitted after the match that his side did not deserve to progress into the last eight with Lampard's side getting in gear as they look to end the season with a trophy. "That's just the reality", the Dutchman added. "It's a one-off I know, but you have to celebrate these moments". Although Willy Caballero has been given a good run-out, we could see Kepa Arrizabalaga get a chance to redeem himself in goal.

"Close to what we all hope to achieve".

"We did a good game but we need to stay focused because there are games when we can play good, and others when we are so-so".

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