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I'm in 2 minds about the Liverpool game. On one hand we know that there is a risk that Eriksen won't turn up to a tough away game playing against 11 workaholics that will be in his face. Then there's the risk and reward strategy with Son, who can be anonymous in these games but come alive to score important goals. Then we have Coutinho playing in that space between Dier and Walker with Firmino buzzing around as well. We shouldn't expect to do what we did against Boro and get 65% possession and stroke the ball around our back line before starting moves. Klopp showed us at WHL that his teams won't let us do that.

Then there is the side of me that looks at their weaknesses. Lovren has been out so Lucas is coving in at centre half. Surely we can exploit that. I also noticed that Wijnaldum has been rotated with Can. Surely Wanyama and Dembele can win that midfield battle. Then there is Milner, a right footed midfielder playing at LB. Yes, he is one of the best pro's in the game but if there is one player he won't want to play against it is Walker, with Eriksen tucking in and pulling the strings.

One thing we did well against Boro was not getting too obsessed with keep ball. We were quite happy to knock it long and pick up the loose ball. In my opinion, we need to get the ball back to front quickly at Anfield and expose their weaknesses.

Posted By: muttley

Date/Time: 06/02/2017 09:11:00


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