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Premier League 18th November 2017

ALL THE ACTION

LFC v Southampton: Full match

Watch the full match as the Reds took on the Saints at Anfield

18th Nov 2017

100:49 mins

LFC v Southampton: Highlights

Watch extended highlights of the Reds v Southampton at Anfield

18th Nov 2017

10:28 mins

In Focus: Super Salah's Saints showing

Watch Mo Salah's performance against Southampton as he netted twice to help the Reds to victory

18th Nov 2017

1:41 mins

LFC v Southampton: 90 Second Highlights

Watch key highlights from the Reds' Premier League clash with Southampton

18th Nov 2017

1:30 mins

20 Liverpool chances in less than 60 seconds

Watch the Reds' bombardment of the Saints goal in their 3-0 victory at Anfield

18th Nov 2017

0:57 mins

Trent's tricks, tackles and terrific display against Southampton

Watch the best of Trent Alexander Arnold's excellent performance against the Saints at Anfield

18th Nov 2017

1:20 mins

Salah scores a screamer for the opener

Mo Salah curls home the opening goal for the Reds just after the half hour mark

18th Nov 2017

1:08 mins

Salah makes it 2-0 from Coutinho's assist

Mo Salah doubles the Reds' lead after being fed perfectly by Coutinho

18th Nov 2017

1:03 mins

Salah's stunner in 9 angles including Klopp's brilliant reaction

Watch every angle of Mo Salah's opening goal for the Reds against Southampton

18th Nov 2017

1:06 mins

Coutinho pops up to make it 3-0

Philippe Coutinho pounces after Forster's save to seal the Reds win

18th Nov 2017

1:00 mins

Inside Training: Klopp's Melwood return and Southampton preparations

Watch as the Reds train at Melwood ahead of the visit of Southampton

17th Nov 2017

4:10 mins

INTERVIEWS & ANALYSIS

Trent: We couldn't have asked for much more

Trent Alexander-Arnold speaks to LFCTV after shining in the Reds' victory over Southampton at Anfield

18th Nov 2017

2:13 mins

Henderson: It was brilliant from start to finish

The skipper speaks to LFCTV following the Reds' victory at Anfield over Southampton

18th Nov 2017

2:19 mins

Analysis: Reds v Southampton

Watch post-match reaction from Nigel Spackman and Roy Evans at Anfield following the Reds' win

18th Nov 2017

5:24 mins

FREE

Klopp's pre-Southampton press conference in full

Watch as the boss addresses the media ahead of Saturday's visit of Southampton

17th Nov 2017

13:22 mins

FREE

Klopp on Lallana, Mane and Henderson fitness

Jürgen Klopp reveals whether the trio will return to the fold against Southampton and the current status of Nathaniel Clyne

17th Nov 2017

1:56 mins

FREE

'We want him here for the next 15 years'

Jürgen Klopp speaks about the potential of Joe Gomez and the Reds' plans for the long term

17th Nov 2017

1:02 mins

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Henderson on availability for Southampton and England duo

Speaking at the premiere ok Kenny, the Reds captain speaks about his fitness ahead of the Saints visit

16th Nov 2017

0:51 mins

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Categories: LFC NEWS

Match report: U23s hit four in Merseyside derby win

Sat, 18/11/2017 - 23:55

Liverpool U23s extended their lead at the top of Premier League 2 and earned local bragging rights as they claimed a 4-0 victory over Everton on Saturday evening.

Goals in quick succession from Herbie Kane and Corey Whelan put Neil Critchley's team in charge midway through the first half at Prenton Park.

Rhian Brewster then added to the hosts' tally early in the second period as he produced a marvellous volley and his replacement Yan Dhanda wrapped the points up with a memorable solo goal.

In an open start to the game, the Reds and Blues took it in turns to carve out good chances.

Wilson was unfortunate not to get more purchase on a shot after being fed by Danny Ings inside the box before the Welshman sent a finish from a clipped ball over the top narrowly wide.

As for the visitors, they would have been aggrieved not to make more of an opportunity to break that ended in Liam Walsh overhitting a cross, while Nikola Vlasic forced Kamil Grabara into a smart save shortly after.

Thankfully for Liverpool, they found their finishing touch before their opponents, and made it count by notching two goals in just three minutes just past the half-hour mark.

The first came when Wilson brilliantly tempted three defenders toward him in the Everton box before teeing up Kane for a powerful close-range finish.

And the U23s captain was at it again straight after the restart, sending a corner onto the head of Whelan, who made no mistake in nodding in.

The No.11 might have had a goal of his own before half-time but saw a deflected attempt set up by Ovie Ejaria dribble agonisingly wide of the post.

The break in play offered Everton a chance to recover from that quickfire double blow, but they were under the cosh again when play resumed.

And the difficulty of trying to subdue to their rivals' potent frontline was underlined in the 53rd minute as Brewster sumptuously volleyed home Kane's cross-field pass to make it three.

The young striker was taken off shortly after, with Dhanda taking his place, but any Evertonians who viewed that move as the Reds taking their foot off the pedal were soon provided with an emphatic response.

Dhanda showed just why he has been deemed worthy of a step up to U23s football this season, picking up the ball up in a deep position and breezing through the Everton defence before cracking a finish into the far corner.

Liverpool: Grabara, Flanagan, Juanma (Johnston, 89), Jones, Whelan, Ejaria, Wilson (Adekanye, 81), Virtue, Kane, Brewster (Dhanda, 67), Ings.

Unused subs: Firth, Masterson.

Categories: LFC NEWS

Jones at the double as U18s thrash Middlesbrough

Sat, 18/11/2017 - 23:20

Curtis Jones netted a double strike as Liverpool U18s produced a superb performance to win 5-1 away at Middlesbrough on Saturday.

Playing their first league game since October 21, Steven Gerrard's young Reds were full value for their victory.

Rafael Camacho, Liam Millar and Paul Glatzel were also on the mark.

Reflecting on his side's victory, Gerrard told Liverpoolfc.com: "We played some excellent stuff and controlled the game.

"I'm really proud of them because we were outstanding.

"We scored four excellent goals and we could have scored a few more as well. The lads are in a good place."

Liverpool U18s: Jaros, Sharif, Lewis (Larouci), R Williams, Glennon, Clayton, Dixon-Bonner, Tagseth, Millar (Glatzel), Jones (McAuley), Camacho.

LFCTV GO: The goals from the 5-1 win at Middlesbrough

Categories: LFC NEWS

Klopp: Alberto Moreno became a dad before Saints game!

Sat, 18/11/2017 - 21:33

Jürgen Klopp has revealed Alberto Moreno’s preparations for today’s game with Southampton were a little bit different to normal... because he became a father in the early hours of Saturday morning!

Moreno’s partner gave birth to a baby boy - Alberto Moreno Junior - at around 2.30am, with the full-back at Liverpool’s team hotel in the city centre.

The Spaniard remained with the squad and duly turned in an outstanding display in Liverpool’s 3-0 win over Southampton at Anfield.

Klopp told his post-match press conference: “Alberto Moreno is a father!

“At 2.30am in the morning, his wonderful girlfriend gave birth – Alberto Moreno Jnr was born in Liverpool.

“He was in the [team] hotel [when he was born]… sorry!”

Categories: LFC NEWS

Jürgen Klopp praises 'mature' Reds display in Saints win

Sat, 18/11/2017 - 21:17

Jürgen Klopp believes Liverpool displayed an increasing maturity in their play and praised an ‘all-round good performance’ following his side’s 3-0 win over Southampton at Anfield.

The Reds recorded a fourth victory on the spin thanks to two first-half strikes from Mohamed Salah and an effort from Philippe Coutinho after the break.

It was a display that left Klopp hugely satisfied as Liverpool ensured there was no let-up in their form following the international break.

Read on for a summary of the manager’s post-match press conference…

On his reflection on the game and Liverpool’s performance…

“For the first goal, the ball was already away but we forced it back somehow – I’m not sure exactly how, maybe a mistake of Southampton, but it was not a real chance from there I would say. It was a fantastic goal. The second goal, fantastic play, an outstanding forward pass – I’m pretty sure Phil has played a few more of these passes in his life, but not always when somebody gets it in the box and is not offside. That’s quite rare. It was a nice goal.

“It was an open game and in the beginning we maybe had a little bit more, we had some chances and moments, the cross from Sadio [for Salah] and stuff like this. They are a really good football team, Southampton, and you need these moments. We had them not too often so far this season, a game like this – 50 or 60 minutes and it’s still 0-0 with a similar or exactly-the-same performance [as today]. You need these goals and thank God in these moments we scored them, it makes all the difference.

“As you can imagine, I am really happy about the defending of the whole team and especially the last line, which was really strong. It was just an all-round good performance, a really deserved win and for us very important to push the top of the table a little bit together. We’re still in [there] and that’s good – [Manchester] City are obviously flying around alone; we cannot change that, but we can make pressure on all of the others and that’s what we did today.”

On a performance with ‘added maturity’ from his side…

“We spoke again about it after the two weeks when we were not together. We spoke again about it – we have to build on our experiences. So far in this season, we’ve had pretty much everything – we’ve played all kind of teams and all kind of styles and there was only one game that was really bad, which was Tottenham.

“I know some of the other results and maybe a few people will think a little bit differently, but in my eyes there has only been on really bad [game]. The rest, we could have won all of the other games; we had to score in the right moments and not concede. We build on this now and the experiences we’ve used them, so we have a much better protection and I hope we can keep that.

“It’s not that we wouldn’t have known it before, but it’s a big part of not getting nervous in a game. It’s still a lesson for the whole of Liverpool, if you don’t score then you have to try it again, try it again and try it again. Today’s performance looked much more mature and that’s very important for us.”

On Joel Matip’s injury that forced him to miss the game…

“I’ve not a real idea. It’s obviously the smallest strain you can have, but he is a tall boy and maybe that’s the problem! For today there was no chance, but it looks good. I am not sure if he will be ready for Tuesday.”

On Trent Alexander-Arnold’s performance after replacing Joe Gomez…

“I didn’t need a reminder. This will happen over the next few weeks, we will have to make decisions. Usually I don’t think too much about the next game, but in this case I have to think about the next 13 games. I haven’t already planned them, but we need to try to. We cannot play one line-up until they are all injured, we need to mix it up – even if we win games like today.

“Joe had two games in the last week and it’s not a problem, he could have played today, but then for Tuesday I don’t think it would have been a big chance or a good idea to bring him again. We have Trent and he is another type of defender. When he started he was a proper winger and sometimes a defender, and now he is a proper defender and sometimes a winger and that makes much more sense for this position.

“He was really good today, it was one of his best performances over 90 minutes in defending. What he can do offensively everybody knows. It’s good for us we have the two of them.”

Categories: LFC NEWS

In photos: Liverpool return to action with Southampton win

Sat, 18/11/2017 - 20:27

Mohamed Salah's brace and a second-half strike from Philippe Coutinho saw Liverpool resume their Premier League campaign with a 3-0 win over Southampton on Saturday.

And our photographers were on hand to document all the action at Anfield, including some brilliant shots of three goal celebrations from the home side.

Relive today's fixture with our match gallery below.

Categories: LFC NEWS

Report: Mohamed Salah double helps Reds to Saints victory

Sat, 18/11/2017 - 19:50

Liverpool recorded a fourth successive victory as Southampton were beaten 3-0 at Anfield in the Premier League clash at Anfield on Saturday afternoon.

Mohamed Salah curled the Reds into a 32nd minute lead when he arched a brilliant shot into the top corner from a half-cleared corner.

He was at it again soon after, converting from close range after a superlative outside-of-the-foot pass from Philippe Coutinho picked out his diagonal dart across the area.

Coutinho then got himself on the scoresheet when he reacted quickest to sweep Fraser Forster’s body block from a Roberto Firmino effort into the net after the break, completing a pleasing day’s work for Jürgen Klopp’s side on their return to action.

The key points…

  • Salah’s sublime curler opens scoring just after half-hour mark
  • Winger adds a second before the break assisted by magnificent Coutinho pass
  • Coutinho finds the net midway through the second half
  • Reds fifth in Premier League table
  • Salah now division’s top scorer

The team news…

Liverpool made four changes for the encounter, with Coutinho, Dejan Lovren, Trent Alexander-Arnold and Jordan Henderson coming into the XI. Sadio Mane was also passed fit to face his former club.

The first half…

Liverpool got the contest under way looking to build upon the three consecutive wins they’d picked up prior to the international break.

And the Reds made an enterprising start to proceedings, with just eight minutes gone when Forster was required to thwart Alexander-Arnold at close range. Salah pounced on the rebound and attempted to steer it into the near post, but Cedric Soares managed to block.

Seconds later, the Egyptian threatened again, this time hooking a half-volley wide of the upright from 10 yards after Mane’s run and cross from the left.

Next, Forster was required to pull off a save at full stretch to repel Georginio Wijnaldum’s curling effort on the turn, before the visiting goalkeeper tipped a low Coutinho strike around the base of the post after a counter-attack from the hosts.

But the Saints’ resistance was finally broken with 32 minutes registered on the scoreboard.

A half-cleared corner was worked back to Salah on the right corner of the area. He took a touch to steady himself before clipping the ball over everyone still gathered inside the box and into the top corner with a moment of quality.

And it was to be 2-0 before the interval, with Salah again on the mark.

This time an exceptional ball with the outside of his boot from Coutinho found his run into space inside the area as the hosts poured forward, and the No.11 scooped first time beyond Forster from close range.

The second half…

Liverpool began the second period again on the front-foot – and Mane was denied by a block inside the box after Salah and Firmino had opened up the visiting defence once more.

However, Lovren was required to put his body in the way of a blast from Sofiane Boufal after Mauricio Pellegrino’s team looked to capitalise on the counter-attack.

Back came the Reds and only a last-gasp challenge from Oriol Romeu prevented Mane from sliding in a third after Firmino had beaten Forster to the ball.

Soon after, a pacey raid forward from a Southampton corner resulted in Coutinho releasing the ball for Alberto Moreno, but he couldn’t adjust his feet quickly enough to prod beyond Forster.

Coutinho then slalomed his way into the area and grazed the outside of the post as the home team sought to further their grip.

Nevertheless, a third goal duly arrived with 68 gone; Mane sped into the area from the right and played a disguised pass to Firmino in space. His powerful shot was blocked by Forster’s shoulder, but the ball rolled nicely for Coutinho to sweep in the rebound.

It was the No.10’s last touch, with Emre Can replacing him before the re-start.

Liverpool threatened to further enhance their stronghold, not least when Firmino skimmed the post with a low effort across goal, but they’d already done enough to make certain of the three points.

The stats…

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Jürgen Klopp explains team selection v Southampton

Sat, 18/11/2017 - 17:07

Jürgen Klopp has explained the thinking behind the line-up he will deploy against Southampton at Anfield this afternoon.

Liverpool have made four changes for the fixture, with Dejan Lovren, Trent Alexander-Arnold, Jordan Henderson and Philippe Coutinho returning, while Sadio Mane has been passed fit to start against his former club.

Klopp said: “I can’t even remember the line-up from the last game [because] it is so long ago!

“We didn’t think about the last game, we only though about this game – and this is the result of all of our thoughts.

“We know about the quality of Southampton, we know about all the stats of course. They are a possession-based team. That could depend on the opponents they’ve had so far, so we will see today, but we need to be ready to react on that.

“If they have the ball and things like this, then we have to bring through our idea of football and that’s the reason for today’s line-up.”

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Team news: Confirmed Liverpool line-up v Southampton

Sat, 18/11/2017 - 16:58

Sadio Mane starts for Liverpool in this afternoon’s Premier League clash with Southampton at Anfield.

The forward has recovered from a slight reoccurrence of a recent hamstring injury to take his place in the Reds’ XI against his former club.

Jordan Henderson returns to the line-up following a thigh issue and Philippe Coutinho is back, while Trent Alexander-Arnold and Dejan Lovren also begin the contest.

Joel Matip is ruled out due to a knock sustained this week.

Liverpool: Mignolet, Alexander-Arnold, Klavan, Lovren, Moreno, Henderson, Wijnaldum, Coutinho, Mane, Salah, Firmino.

Subs: Karius, Milner, Gomez, Sturridge, Oxlade-Chamberlain, Can, Solanke.

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Liverpool 3-0 Southampton - as it happened

Sat, 18/11/2017 - 12:35

Team news

Mignolet, Alexander-Arnold, Klavan, Lovren, Moreno, Henderson, Wijnaldum, Coutinho, Mane, Salah, Firmino. 

Subs: Karius, Milner, Gomez, Sturridge, Oxlade-Chamberlain, Can, Solanke.

Joel Matip is ruled out with an injury sustained this week.

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LIVE: Liverpool 3-0 Southampton - follow our blog

Sat, 18/11/2017 - 12:35

Team news

Mignolet, Alexander-Arnold, Klavan, Lovren, Moreno, Henderson, Wijnaldum, Coutinho, Mane, Salah, Firmino. 

Subs: Karius, Milner, Gomez, Sturridge, Oxlade-Chamberlain, Can, Solanke.

Joel Matip is ruled out with an injury sustained this week.

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LIVE: Liverpool 2-0 Southampton - follow our blog

Sat, 18/11/2017 - 12:35

Team news

Mignolet, Alexander-Arnold, Klavan, Lovren, Moreno, Henderson, Wijnaldum, Coutinho, Mane, Salah, Firmino. 

Subs: Karius, Milner, Gomez, Sturridge, Oxlade-Chamberlain, Can, Solanke.

Joel Matip is ruled out with an injury sustained this week.

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LIVE: Build-up to Liverpool v Southampton from Anfield

Sat, 18/11/2017 - 12:35

Good morning...

...and welcome to our live matchday blog for Liverpool's Premier League fixture with Southampton at Anfield today.

The Reds will be out to build on the three successive victories they achieved prior to the international break against a Saints side who managed to shut them out on four occasions last season.

It's good to be back, isn't it? 

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Critchley: Ovie has some 'wow' moments which make us smile

Sat, 18/11/2017 - 12:00

Ovie Ejaria's stunning goal for Liverpool U23s during last week's 2-1 win over Newcastle United came as no surprise to Neil Critchley and his coaching staff.

After combining beautifully with Liam Millar, the midfielder jinked his way past an away defender and rounding the goalkeeper, before slotting home the winner in the Premier League International Cup tie, as the young Reds came from a goal down to beat Peter Beardsley’s side.

Ejaria, who turns 20 on Saturday, made his first-team debut last season, and after helping England U20s win the World Cup alongside the likes of Dominic Solanke and Sheyi Ojo in the summer, is hoping to make a big impression once again this term.

Asked what he and his staff thought of Ejaria’s solo effort, Critchley told Liverpoolfc.com: "We were not surprised... but just surprised he doesn't do it more often because he shows it pretty much every day in training.

"He has these real 'wow' moments which just make you smile because it’s brilliant to watch. We are on at Ovie all of the time to try and produce more of that and get closer to their goal, get more goals and assists.

"That will make more people stand up and take a bit more notice of him because sometimes you can under the radar a little bit even with the ability that he’s got, but Ovie is a top player.

"He has played in our first team, which shows you what our manager thinks of him, and I’m sure he will get back there again.”

Rhian Brewster also made a return to action against Newcastle following his role in helping England U17s win the World Cup.

On the same night Steve Cooper’s squad were being paraded around Wembley ahead of the senior friendly international with Germany, the 17-year-old forward instead chose to play for the U23s and get back to his day-to-day job.

Critchley added: "It was nice to see Rhian back and get him back involved with us.

“He had a smile on his face, he was bubbly and I was pleased with his workrate and attitude.

“I think he wanted to make a point to everyone that he was still the same hardworking and humble boy he was before he went away with England.

“Rhian just loves playing for this football club and loves playing football.

“When I spoke to him [about the England U17 squad being invited to Wembley] it was a very short conversation and he said, 'no there’s a game and I’m playing'. That was the end of that conversation.

“I thought he would say that because that’s the type of boy he is.”

All attention now turns to Saturday night’s Premier League 2 top-of-the table clash with Everton in the mini-derby, with kick-off set for 7pm GMT at Prenton Park.

Liverpool are two points ahead of the Blues in the division and Critchley is hoping his side can continue their excellent form.

The young Reds, who did the double over their neighbours last season, have won 10 of their 13 fixtures in all competitions, scoring 31 times in the process.

Critchley said: "We are looking forward to playing on a Saturday night under the floodlights at Prenton Park.

"It's a different time to what we would normally play, but sometimes you have to move the games around to work around the different schedules you have.

"It's a really exciting game in prospect with us first and Everton in second place so it's one we are really looking forward to.

"The derbies are always important games but just because of where we are in the league there’s that little bit extra about this game, but it’s not going to decide the league on Saturday and it’s not a season defining game by any means, but it’s one where both teams want to win.

"We won't approach this game any different to what we would do a normal Premier League 2 game, and hopefully we can come out on top.

"Everton have some got some really good young players but so have we. It's great to play in these games because you want to pit yourself against the best players and challenge yourselves.

"It's an exciting game in prospect and we can’t wait until 7pm on Saturday night."

Watch the mini-derby live on LFCTV on Saturday night. Click here to find out more.

If you would like to attend the game at Prenton Park admission is free for season ticket holders and LFC Members simply by showing your card, otherwise it's just £3 for adults and £1 for children on the gate.

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6.30pm GMT: Watch U23s v Everton live on LFCTV and LFCTV GO

Sat, 18/11/2017 - 11:30

Liverpool U23s host Everton in Premier League 2 on Saturday night - and you can watch the match live on LFCTV and LFCTV GO from 6.30pm GMT.

Neil Critchley's table toppers are just two points ahead of the Blues in the division and it makes for an intriguing encounter.

Kick-off at Prenton Park is at 7pm, but you can join Claire Rourke alongside former Reds stopper Chris Kirkland for our live coverage from 6.30pm.

To subscribe to either LFCTV or LFCTV GO, click here.

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Stats: Salah looking to keep up impressive goalscoring rate

Sat, 18/11/2017 - 11:30

Mohamed Salah, who is the quickest LFC player to reach a goal tally of 12 since the 2001-02 season, will be hoping his fine form continues this Saturday against Southampton.

Find out more about the Reds' head-to-head record against Southampton – and more of the most interesting pre-match facts, courtesy of club statistician Ged Rea – by reading on…

The two teams have met 84 times in total, with Liverpool winning 39, drawing 21 and losing 24.

Liverpool’s biggest Premier League victory came in January 1999 when they beat Southampton 7-1 at Anfield.  

The Reds have failed to score in only seven of the 53 meetings with the Saints at Anfield in all competitions.

Salah has reached 12 goals in a season for the club quicker than any other Reds player since Michael Owen in 2001-02, who also scored his 11th and 12th goal on November 4. Only Sergio Aguero and Harry Kane (eight each) have netted more in the top-flight during this campaign, with one more than the Reds' forward.

Robbie Fowler is the only Liverpool player to score league hat-tricks against Southampton - doing so twice, both at Anfield, in October 1993 and January 1999.

Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain began his career with Southampton, playing 43 times and scoring 10 goals. When making his debut for the club in March 2010 he became the Saints' second youngest ever player after Theo Walcott, aged 16 years 199 days. 

Joel Matip could make his 50th appearance for Liverpool in league and cup competitions.

Liverpool have conceded one top-flight goal at home this season - to Burnley. 

The Reds have kept clean sheets in six of the last seven home Premier League games. 

Liverpool have scored 18 goals in their last five games and 10 times in the last three.

The last three league goals scored by Southampton at Anfield (since 2003) have been scored by current Liverpool players - Dejan Lovren (2013), Nathaniel Clyne (2014) and Sadio Mane (2015).

Saints manager, Mauricio Pellegrino, played 13 times for Liverpool during a spell with the club in 2005. His second game was a 2-0 defeat at Southampton.

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Henderson: Reds can benefit from successful international break

Sat, 18/11/2017 - 11:15

Jordan Henderson believes many of Liverpool’s international players have returned to Melwood with ‘a spring in their step’ after a productive period with their countries.

The captain is certain the Reds can capitalise on such confidence when they take to the field against Southampton this afternoon after several members of the squad enjoyed positive results over the last fortnight while on duty for their nations.

Writing in his column in ‘This is Anfield’, Henderson said: “It probably felt to some people that the international break came at a bad time for us. Coming off the back off three wins, scoring 10 goals and only conceding one, everyone at Liverpool was probably ready to play again on the Sunday morning after West Ham.

“But there’ll be plenty of our lads coming back from the break with a spring in their step, because for the players there were some really good moments during the last fortnight.”

Two such players who enjoyed a fruitful international break were Joe Gomez and Dominic Solanke, who won their first caps for England’s senior team.

Henderson added: “I know the entire dressing room was made-up for Joe Gomez and Dom Solanke for both making their senior England debuts.

“Joe’s story is well-known at Liverpool and the admiration we all have for the journey he’s been on in the last two years is second-to-none.

“In no way is this full England selection the end of that journey, though – it’s just the beginning. Joe won’t think he’s cracked it now – he’ll think he’ll have to work even harder. That’s what’s got him to this point and it’s why we all admire him so much.

“Likewise Dom Solanke. The supporters have only had glimpses of Dom on the pitch so far because of the incredible talent we have at that end of the field, and no doubt he’ll continue to be patient.

“But we see him every day in training and it was no surprise to me that the senior England team were keen to get him involved.”

Pick up your copy of 'This is Anfield' at the stadium this afternoon, or subscribe online by clicking here.

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Jürgen Klopp: The needle returns to the start of the record today

Sat, 18/11/2017 - 11:00

Jürgen Klopp insists Liverpool’s form prior to the international break will count for nothing come kick off against Southampton this afternoon.

The Reds signed off ahead of the recess with three consecutive victories as Huddersfield Town, Maribor and West Ham United were defeated.

However, as they prepare to resume duties today, Klopp has explained why that run won’t have any bearing on the outcome of the encounter with the Saints.

He wrote in ‘This is Anfield’: “We come into the game today in very good form, but after an international break it always feels the needle returns to the start of the record.

“That is our attitude in preparing for today. The previous results were very nice but irrelevant come kick-off today. We start again and we need to be ready.

“Mauricio [Pellegrino] knows this place well, having played here under Rafa [Benitez], but the stadium has changed a little since then. We give him personally a warm welcome as a returning friend. He has great coaching experience across Europe and is yet another example of Southampton making a very smart decision when appointing someone to lead their team.

“He is already making Southampton a superbly organised side and one of the toughest to beat in the division. They will make life very hard for us today – we must be ready for this. Also, I know from experience many of these Southampton players know what it is like to win at Anfield. They will use this experience today and we must be patient.

“Finally, I want, ahead of this game, to thank our supporters for the role they played in helping us find again our stride in recent results. The backing at Anfield for the Huddersfield and Maribor games – and away in London for West Ham – was brilliant and undoubtedly lifted the players.

“To know you are with us, regardless of circumstances, means so much. Everyone who cares about Liverpool inside Anfield today knows we have a job to do if we want the result. Hopefully we, the team, can perform to the level of our supporters.

“If we do, we will be in a good place, I am sure.”

Pick up your copy of 'This is Anfield' at the stadium this afternoon, or subscribe online by clicking here.

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Liverpool v Southampton: Team news

Fri, 17/11/2017 - 21:00

Jürgen Klopp will have the luxury of an almost fully fit squad to choose from when Southampton visit Anfield on Saturday afternoon.

Nathaniel Clyne will miss out on a meeting with his former club after undergoing minor back surgery earlier this week, but most of the remainder of the Reds' squad have been given a clean bill of health.

Adam Lallana could make his return after overcoming the thigh injury that has kept him sidelined since pre-season, while Jordan Henderson is fit again after recovering from a thigh issue of his own.

Philippe Coutinho is also ready after coming through the international break unscathed, but Sadio Mane will be assessed after feeling an old injury while with Senegal and subsequently returning to Melwood early.

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As for the visitors, they will be unable to call on summer signing Mario Lemina, who is still out of action due to an ankle injury picked up in training earlier this month.

Saints boss Mauricio Pellegrino said: "[He] was training well, much better than before. But he will not be ready to play Saturday. 

"We look at his problem three weeks ago and he's improved a lot [since then]. But it is too soon to put him on the pitch." 

French defender Jeremy Pied is also out with a knock but Pellegrino has no other injury concerns ahead of the trip to Anfield.

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