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Liverpool Ladies' FA Cup fourth-round tie with Watford Ladies will take place on Sunday February 4.
Scott Rogers' side will host the WSL2 team at the Liverpool County FA, Walton Hall Park, with kick-off scheduled for 1pm GMT.
Admission prices are £2 for adults and £1 for children (under 16s), OAPs and students with a valid student ID.
Thomas Lemar will not be joining Liverpool or Arsenal in January, Monaco's vice president has said.
Vadim Vasilyev told Sky Sports News in October last year that Monaco would wait until at least the end of the 2017-18 season before allowing Lemar to leave.
Monaco's stance did not change despite Liverpool's sale of Philippe Coutinho to Barcelona prompting reports Lemar could make a switch to Anfield earlier than expected.
Arsene Wenger also denied Arsenal would make another attempt to sign Lemar - who turned down a £92m move to Arsenal last summer - before Wednesday's deadline.
"He will stay at Monaco until the end of the season 100 per cent," Vasilyev told RMC, a French radio station.
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Liverpool FC have released the following update regarding ticket sales for the Premier League meeting with Southampton at St Mary's Stadium on Sunday February 11.
Only in the event tickets remain: Tickets will be available online only from 8.15am GMT on Thursday February 1 to all season ticket holders.
An extremely limited number of tickets will be available, a queuing system will be in operation and we expect to sell out almost immediately.
Supporters can purchase one ticket per qualifying supporter for up to a maximum of FOUR tickets per transaction.
Tickets purchased during this sale are subject to availability on a first-come, first-served basis and no guarantee can be given that tickets will be available to all who apply.
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Supporters who are travelling to Anfield for the Reds’ Premier League fixture against Tottenham Hotspur on Sunday February 4 should be aware that engineering works will be taking place between Crewe and Liverpool Lime Street station.
The planned works will cause significant disruption to rail services throughout the day. Fans should check timetables and plan their journey to ensure they are aware of all the available travel options.
Getting to Anfield
Fans travelling to the game at Anfield should check their travel options in advance and allow plenty of time to travel to the stadium.
- For fans travelling via West Midland Trains, all services will terminate at Crewe. Rail replacement bus services will be in operation between Crewe and Liverpool South Parkway station.
- Virgin Trains will divert all services via Warrington and services will NOT call at Runcorn. Anyone travelling from Runcorn should use the rail replacement service provided.
For fans travelling back to London, Crewe, Stafford and any intermediate stations, the following services will be in operation between Liverpool Lime Street Station and London Euston:
West Midlands Trains services to Crewe
- All services between Liverpool Lime Street Station and Crewe have been cancelled.
- Any fans wishing to travel to intermediate stations to Crewe (including Runcorn, Hartford and Winsford) will need to use Merseyrail services to travel to Liverpool South Parkway and take rail replacement services to their final destination.
- Rail replacement coach services will operate between Liverpool South Parkway and Crewe, stopping at Runcorn and Hartford & Winsford. Coaches will NOT stop at Acton Bridge.
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Virgin Trains Services to London Euston
- All Virgin Trains services will depart approximately 15 minutes earlier than usual. The last service back to London is at 20:33, after which the line closes for more engineering work.
- Services from Liverpool Lime Street will run as follows:
- 18:28 Liverpool Lime Street to London Euston.
- 19:33 Liverpool Lime Street to London Euston.
- 20:04 Liverpool Lime Street to London Euston (direct service). This service will not call at any intermediate stations. All existing London tickets will be valid on this service.
- 20:33 Liverpool Lime Street to London Euston (last train to London Euston).
- Please be aware that Virgin Trains will NOT call at Runcorn.
- Fans who wish to travel to Crewe and Stafford should use the rail replacement service from Liverpool Lime Street Station. Coach services will depart Liverpool Lime Street Station at 19:40, 20:20 and 20:40. By using this service, supporters will free up valuable capacity for those fans traveling back to London Euston.
Please be aware that services will extremely busy and we ask that fans arrive early at the station.
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Jürgen Klopp takes on his old friend David Wagner at Huddersfield Town on Tuesday night, with Liverpool seeking to edge ahead of their hosts in the clubs' head-to-head history.
The Reds and the Terriers are locked together on 26 league wins apiece after Klopp's side's 3-0 Premier League victory at Anfield earlier this season.
For all your need-to-know pre-match facts and figures, courtesy of club statistician Ged Rea, read on...
Liverpool are unbeaten in the last 10 league meetings with Huddersfield home and away, winning seven and drawing three.
The last league meeting between the teams in Yorkshire came at Leeds Road in February 1972, with a Jack Whitham goal earning the Reds a 1-0 victory.
Liverpool have outscored the Terriers 116-113 in the 68 league clashes between the clubs.
Gaolkeeper Danny Ward played 46 times for the Terriers during last season's loan from Anfield, helping the club win promotion to the Premier League.
Mohamed Salah has scored 18 top-flight goals this season. In the Premier League era, only four different players have scored 20 in a top-flight campaign for the Reds - Robbie Fowler (twice), Fernando Torres, Luis Suarez (twice) and Daniel Sturridge.
Liverpool have never lost successive league games under Klopp, nor have they failed to score in back-to-back top-flight matches under the boss.
Mohamed Salah's second-half strike in Liverpool's FA Cup tie with West Bromwich Albion was another milestone moment for the No.11.
The Egyptian's Kop-end effort may not have been enough to prevent a 3-2 defeat, but it did represent a landmark goal.
Salah's 25th goal for the Reds came in just his 32nd appearance for the club - making him the fastest player to reach a quarter of a century for 102 years.
Only George Allan (1895-96) and Fred Pagnam (1914-15) have acheived it in fewer games during Liverpool's history.
Salah has enjoyed an incredible debut season at Anfield, having already matched Daniel Sturridge's club record for 10 Premier League goals in the fewest number of games and equalled Roger Hunt's record of 23 strikes in a season before the turn of the year.
Emre Can has called for his teammates to use the lessons learned from a disappointing week and show the 'real Liverpool' at Huddersfield on Tuesday evening.
The Reds saw an 18-match unbeaten streak come to an end with defeat at Swansea City on Monday, and followed that result up by going out of the FA Cup at the hands of West Bromwich Albion at Anfield on Saturday.
Next up for Jürgen Klopp's team is a trip to the John Smith's Stadium in the Premier League, and Can is keen to make that fixture the start of another good run.
"You can learn from the games and that’s what we have to take from them, but we have to go with confidence into the Huddersfield game," the Germany international told Liverpoolfc.com.
"We have to mix those two things and then I think we can be strong – we can be the real Liverpool, like we were in the last few weeks.
"I am hopeful we can get the momentum going again.
"Against Huddersfield it will hopefully be different and we will show our real faces and win the game. It’s very important for us as a team to strike back immediately."
That said, Can knows it won't be easy to get back on track against a dangerous opponent in the Terriers.
The midfielder paid tribute to the job done by his countryman David Wagner, whose team have impressed in their first season in the top flight.
"I think he did a brilliant job last year and they were promoted to the Premier League," he added.
"This year as well – they’ve had ups and downs, but they’re still a good team.
"They play as a team and that’s very important for them. The last games, they didn’t have the results but it will still be a very tough game, but we will try to play our style and try to win."
Liverpool can confirm Daniel Sturridge has joined West Bromwich Albion on loan until the end of the season.
The striker will spend the remainder of the 2017-18 campaign with the Baggies after finalising the deal today.
Sturridge, who recently marked five years with the Reds, has scored 63 goals in 133 appearances for the club following a transfer from Chelsea in January 2013.
This season so far, the 28-year-old has netted three times in 14 outings for Liverpool.
Jürgen Klopp expects to have no new injury problems to contend with ahead of Liverpool’s trip to Huddersfield Town on Tuesday.
Adam Lallana and Ragnar Klavan are out of the Premier League fixture at the John Smith’s Stadium having missed Saturday’s FA Cup defeat to West Bromwich Albion due to a muscle issue and illness respectively.
But, during his pre-match press conference, Klopp indicated that the players who featured for the Reds at the weekend will be available.
“I’m not sure in the moment, it’s really close. We have again a few knocks, different things, but nothing decided so far in this moment,” said the manager.
“It looks like all the players who were available for the last game are available again, but not 100 per cent.”
Huddersfield boss David Wagner, meanwhile, has an almost-fully fit squad to choose from, with only Elias Kachunga (knee) definitely out.
Danny Williams (hip) is a doubt, though, after he picked up a knock during the Terriers’ 1-1 draw with Birmingham City at the weekend.
Wagner’s side sit 14th in the Premier League, having failed to win any of their last six top-flight outings.
Jürgen Klopp held a press conference at Melwood on Monday afternoon to preview Liverpool's midweek trip to Huddersfield Town in the Premier League.
To see what Klopp had to say on the threat posed by tomorrow's opponents, Liverpool's recent defensive woes, and getting his side back to winning ways, read our transcript below.
On how Huddersfield have performed so far...
Usually it’s not my job to talk about an opponent but I can make an exception of course in this case because it's Dave [Wagner]. I really think that everybody expected before the season that Huddersfield will fight for [survival] until the end, so it should not be a surprise. They did, so far, fantastic with the possibilities they have, the money they have and stuff like that, they do really brilliant [and are] in the middle of the group who fights for [staying in] the league. I think they did fantastic, but for this game it's not too important what happened the last few weeks. Both teams really need the points and we will probably see that in the game so it makes it really interesting for everybody who wants to see. That's the challenge we have to face.
On whether Huddersfield could match Burnley in establishing themselves in the division...
I don’t think Huddersfield are long enough in the Premier League to compare them immediately with Burnley. I think if you compare the possibilities that Burnley has with Huddersfield, it's like with maybe us and Burnley, it's a big difference. They've [had] one year in the Premier League and not a few years, so that makes all the difference. Sean Dyche and Burnley are doing a fantastic job there but we cannot compare different clubs. That's of course the chance they have, to stay in the league and use the situation one more time and then to stay there again. It's always possible, it's nice it's possible but, unfortunately, from our point of view they have to do it without any points from Liverpool. We have our own targets and for them we need the three points.
On Liverpool's recent defending...
[The goal] against Swansea? That happens in football. That's not chaotic defending, that's a rather good attitude. Yes, we could have done better but that's normal when you involve a new player in these situations. I think Virgil is a logical taker of these situations with headers, so if he is reacting in one way that needs to be tuned [with other players] if you want. The last game, we watched the goals back in this room, and when we spoke about defending we didn’t speak about the centre-halves or the last line in these situations. They are always involved because they should be around when somebody scores a goal, but I showed the boys where we should have defended, where we could have reacted much better. In the end, it's clear, we twice had Rodriguez in a good situation and if we had a better position [as a] team then we can avoid this goal easily. The first one, the second one for sure as well, we lose him in their build-up, in the last few passes, Rodriguez in the end has a free run in the box. The second goal, Trent tries to deny the cross, Joel is in the space he has to be with a man, then there is a gap and this gap should be filled by another player because Virgil is with another player in a man-marking situation. We didn't fill it up because a second [before] Emre jumps in a situation in midfield where he wants to win the challenge, loses the challenge, Gini doesn't come inside, Alberto is not close enough and both wingers are not even involved. So, a lot of things happened, and that's how defending actually works. In a moment when we again [get] back to the mood of defending that everybody – really everybody – is responsible for these things, then we will defend immediately better again. That's why we showed the boys, it was not about that I blamed a player, it was about showing what really happened. The players probably will not look back on a game like this, they try to ignore it, and this time I didn’t want to give them the opportunity to ignore it. Now we have to do it better.
On not allowing two poor results to turn into a slump...
One hundred per cent, but that’s football is and how life is. It's two weeks ago that we had an 18-game unbeaten run or whatever; then you lose twice and everything feels different, that's absolutely true. That's OK because, for us, it's very important that you feel it and don't think it's not too important - no, no, it’s very important. It was two really harsh defeats for us, they felt really hard, and that's good. But, now we have to immediately show up again, that’s for sure as well. It's a part of the season where you have to build on the basis you created so far and not to gamble with it. I don’t think the boys gambled, but it looks like we gave two big opportunities away. So we have to show that we understood what happened in these two games and then make it much better from now on. If you use a defeat to learn from it then it's still a defeat, it feels bad, but then it's OK. But if you don’t learn from it you are a silly, so we should show that we not silly, we want to be back on track immediately and hopefully we can show that tomorrow night.
On whether tomorrow's match feels more important after recent results...
I don’t think so to be honest because I don’t look ahead four or five weeks and think, 'that's an important game, that's an important game', because - as you can imagine - they are all important. It didn’t change for Huddersfield but maybe the view from outside [is that] because we wasted three points at Swansea [it is]. But if we would have won against Swansea, I think we go to Huddersfield and everybody expects that we really try everything to win the game, so it didn’t change. We need to show that we are really ready for that, that's how it is. They are all difficult; Huddersfield, special place now, the whole city fights for the league 100 per cent. They don't expect brilliant football or anything, they expect a proper fight and that’s what Huddersfield Town is ready to deliver. We need to be there and need to deliver as well.
Liverpool have released the following ticket selling details for the second leg of the Champions League last 16 tie with FC Porto, to be played at Anfield on March 6.
The entire Stadium will be ticketed and prices are varied depending on seat location:
Adults: £9* - £59
Over 65s: £9* - £44
Young adults : £9* - £29.50
Juniors: £9 (within the advertised family sections)
*Local general sale price.
For a full breakdown of the pricing structure for this game, please click here.
Official LFC Hospitality: Please call 0151 264 2222 for details, or buy online.
Official ticket and hotel breaks: For availability and prices click here or call 01733 224834. Thomas Cook Sport terms and conditions apply.
Match Breaks are sold on a match-by-match basis; therefore, tickets purchased via the Match Breaks will not qualify for ticket priority in future rounds of the Champions League competition.
Information for supporters enrolled into the Auto Cup Scheme
Season ticket holders and Members registered in the Auto Cup Scheme MUST NOT purchase a ticket for this fixture as we are in the process of taking payments. Click here for specific details including stadium access, prices and what to do if your payment has failed.
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All other supporters: The below sales will take place ONLINE only…
Priority Rights Holders: From 8.15am Tuesday February 6. For full details on eligibility, please click here.
Tickets will then be available based on attendance at Spartak Moscow (06.12.17), Maribor (01.11.17) and Sevilla (13.09.17).
Sales will take place in the following order subject to availability and on a first come, first served basis. We cannot guarantee that tickets will be available to all who apply.
Please expect to queue at times.
Season Ticket Holders who attended 3 games: From 1pm Tuesday February 6.
Members who attended 3 games: From 8.15am Wednesday February 7.
Local general sale: from 8.15am Tuesday February 27.
Should there be any tickets remaining, or if tickets are returned following the above sales, Liverpool FC will make a further announcement. Supporters should check here for any sale updates.
The club reserves the right to change any sale to a controlled sale if given advice from the police or other relevant authorities.
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Jürgen Klopp is not overly concerned by Liverpool’s recent penalty conversion record, with the manager still convinced he has the players at his disposal to be clinical from 12 yards.
Roberto Firmino missed the Reds’ latest spot-kick during Saturday’s 3-2 defeat to West Bromwich Albion. It’s the second time the Brazilian has been denied in 2017-18, while Mohamed Salah and James Milner have also been foiled this season.
Nevertheless, Klopp insists he has no doubts about his team’s ability to be ruthless from penalty situations, despite missing six of their last 10.
Asked about the work done at Melwood, the boss replied: “[It is] a lot, really, it’s unbelievable.
“It’s good you ask; the boys, pretty much after each session, are out there and there are still four or five players who think they should take them. So they try it [in training], they do it and they are really good at it.
“Roberto Firmino was in this group, probably will still be in this group after training. He’d scored before a fantastic goal and is in a good moment, so it was a logical decision that he was the one to take. In the end it was about two inches from being a fantastic penalty or a missed penalty. It’s really not cool, but it’s how it is. We can make it bigger or we can accept it like part of the game.
“These things happen and will still happen in football. We had this last year when Millie scored it felt like 50 and then Southampton at home he didn’t score. It was a very important one to be honest, but it always can happen.
“It’s not cool but it’s not a real problem; we can make a problem of it, but we still have players out there that are able to finish a situation like that from 12 yards.”
Jürgen Klopp has insisted his focus is firmly on using the tools currently at his disposal to get Liverpool back to winning ways, rather than relying on the transfer market.
The Reds have followed up an 18-match unbeaten streak with back-to-back defeats in the Premier League and FA Cup - at Swansea City on Monday and against West Bromwich Albion on Saturday respectively.
But Klopp says those results will have no bearing on any decision to add to the January signing of Virgil van Dijk before the window shuts on Wednesday.
The German told reporters: "In the next few days probably a lot will happen in the transfer market and we will see what happens here, but nothing else to say about that.
"Even if there would be something [to say], it would not help us or another club, to make the deal if [I said something]. That's why it makes no sense to talk about it - you write it anyway.
"It’s not about replacing anybody, it’s about using our own opportunities, our own tools, players, tactics, formations, all that stuff.
"Yes, it's right we didn't play well at Swansea, but a few days before we played fantastic against Manchester City. Of course, we could have won anyway at Swansea and exactly the same with the last game.
"That doesn't say anything about the performances only that the results were not good enough, but we could have won these games. It was not about creating chances, it was about different things in the game: against Swansea, formation-wise; against West Brom, defending.
"I don’t think Phil [Coutinho] would have helped a lot in these situations, to be honest. We have to [get] immediately back on the winning track, we need results to reach our targets, we know that, but the solution is not out there in the transfer market.
"We always have open eyes in situations like that but it is not that there is something out there for us to get because we really think first of all we have to use our players.
"Unfortunately, in the moment when Phil left, Adam [Lallana] got a little injury again. That's unlucky of course but that cannot be the reason for now getting nervous and go out and try to do something.
"In the long-term we will do a lot, in the short-term I don’t think it will happen."
Jordan Henderson’s return from injury is ‘very important’ for Liverpool, Jürgen Klopp believes.
Captain Henderson made his first appearance in five weeks as a 65th-minute substitute during the Reds’ 3-2 FA Cup defeat to West Bromwich Albion on Saturday following a hamstring injury.
The midfielder was brought on at the same time as vice-skipper James Milner and, speaking during his press conference to preview Tuesday’s trip to Huddersfield Town, Klopp praised the positive impact the duo had during an otherwise disappointing team performance.
“Very important,” the boss replied, when asked about the significance of Henderson’s availability.
“We need all the boys and I think Hendo did well when he came on, like Millie did. They brought some fresh ideas, obviously confidence. They were not involved in the first 60-70 minutes so they showed up.
“Both had good moments in the game and were involved in a lot of good things, so [it’s] very important for us, of course.”
Jürgen Klopp held his pre-Huddersfield Town press conference at Melwood on Monday - and you can watch it again in full for free now.
After the 3-2 defeat to West Bromwich Albion in the FA Cup at the weekend, Liverpool are back in Premier League action on Tuesday night as they face David Wagner’s side at John Smith’s Stadium.
Klopp spoke about how the Reds will be looking to get back on track after successive losses, improving their defensive performance, the transfer window and the current injury latest.
Watch it in full again now via our YouTube clip below.
Liverpool have no fresh injury concerns ahead of Tuesday’s visit to Huddersfield Town, but are set to be without the services of Adam Lallana and Ragnar Klavan once more.
The duo will continue their injury rehabilitation programmes at Melwood and Jürgen Klopp expects to be able to select from a similar squad of players to the one he had for Saturday’s FA Cup tie with West Bromwich Albion.
Asked for a fitness update in his pre-match press conference, the boss replied: “I’m not sure in the moment, it’s really close. We have again a few knocks, different things, but nothing decided so far in this moment.
"It looks like all the players who were available for the last game are available again, but not 100 per cent.”
Members of the local community enjoyed a special evening at Anfield on Saturday thanks to the club's Red Neighbours programme.
Guests from nearby schools, community centres and charitable organisations were invited to watch the FA Cup clash with West Bromwich Albion from an executive box in the Main Stand, where they were visited by club CEO Peter Moore and Reds legends Ian Rush and David Johnson.
Children from St Francis de Sales Catholic Junior School, who received tickets from main club sponsor Standard Chartered, were given the once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to greet the LFC and West Brom teams as they arrived at the stadium.
Local organisations Homeground, LiveWire Liverpool and Creative Support also brought guests to enjoy the Anfield hospitality after club partner Thomas Cook Sport donated tickets to the Anfield Beat lounge, with many of the group attending a Liverpool match for the very first time.
Red Neighbours focuses on four main areas within the L4, L5 and L6 postcodes - food poverty and education, creating memorable experiences for young people, encouraging a physically active community and support for the elderly community.
For more information on the Red Neighbours programme, follow @Red_Neighbours on Twitter.