Swansea are now bottom of the Premier League on 17 points, and while a victory on Monday night would be a magnificent achievement for the Welsh club, it would still keep them rooted to the foot of the league.
Swansea remain bottom of the league – albeit on goal difference from West Brom – but it is now only one defeat in six games under new manager Carlos Carvalhal.
Jurgen Klopp may be in his best spell as Liverpool manager but the German still craves consistency from his team.
The 25-year-old, who has recently joined the new Major League Soccer club on a season-long loan from Swiss side Basel, expressed his respect for Liverpool winger and Egypt national team teammate Salah, saying he’s “a great player and person”. Like a Formula 1 vehicle. If the thing is still progressing, and we can get the injured players recovered, we can create belief and commitment and fight to the end. They crushed Crystal Palace 4-1 without Sanchez and vibrant displays from Alex Iwobi and Mesut Ozil suggested it won’t be all doom and gloom without the former Barcelona star.
Swansea have picked up two wins in their last four games against the Reds, so the game could be a competitive one, especially considering Carvalhal’s side haven’t lost in their last three games.
“If nobody told me how often we didn’t lose, I’d have no idea about it”. At that point, it looked like only a matter of time before Liverpool took the lead, but Swansea grew into the game.
Tom Carroll replaced Nathan Dyer for the hosts and Adam Lallana was introduced for Klopp’s visitors as Liverpool pushed for an equaliser.
There’s also rumours that they want to bring in midfielder Naby Keita earlier than this summer, which is when they originally agreed he would move to Anfield previous year.
Kyle Naughton, who just served a three-match ban for violent conduct, and fellow defender Mike van der Hoorn, who was nursing a hamstring problem, will be both available tomorrow night and are expected to come right back in to the starting eleven.
“They have strong points, but a team that lets in three has weak points also”. He betters them all the time.
“When Liverpool put pressure on the sides we switched to the other to put them under the pressure”.
“The dynamic has changed and we’ve improved”, he said.
There have been loads of transfer rumours flying about Merseyside this January, but another convincing win here could prove that no more players need to be brought in.