Published: Sat, September 15, 2018
Sport | By Ashley Hunter

Big Match Focus: Tottenham v Liverpool

Big Match Focus: Tottenham v Liverpool

Earlier in the week Gary Neville had suggested that Liverpool should sacrifice their Champions League ambitions in order to focus on their Premier League campaign, but Morrison disagreed.

The majority of Klopp's players were on duty with their national teams this month, and now head into a heavily congested period of seven games in 23 days.

Klopp's side do have a high octane playing style and, even with the summer's reinforcements, don't have as strong a depth as Manchester City so the point does seem pretty valid.

It's a very controversial idea - especially when Liverpool reached the Champions League final last season experiencing some magical moments on the way to Kiev.

"The onus is also on Tottenham after their result against Watford so I think Liverpool will be comfortable in giving Spurs the ball, but when they win it back they'll get at them".

Jurgen Klopp will be without three first-team players when Liverpool visit Wembley to take on Tottenham Hotspur on Saturday afternoon.

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The Brazilian global is likely to be excluded from the starting lineup once again against Tottenham, although one can expect him to be in contention when Liverpool return to Champions League action next week.

To be fair, the Reds haven't been at their best since the 4-0 win against West Ham on the opening day of the season.

"It was a move which clearly paid dividends for Liverpool - but Brandt enjoyed a good season himself, ending with selection for the World Cup ahead of Leroy Sane".

He was asked about Neville's view and responded exactly how you'd expect. It's not that I like to say Fabinho is full of energy and I tell him he's not involved.

The best news for the Reds is the number of players they have who are between 24 and 27, and theoretically coming into their prime. The club he's more interested in? I don't understand. We play our kids or what? That's too complicated; you have to go into the next game and see who you can choose.

"To focus on one competition can only be if you are already out, or almost out, or if it's late in the season".

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