Klopp confirms Moreno will start against Wolves

Klopp confirms Moreno will start against Wolves

Klopp confirms Moreno will start against Wolves

"I'm just happy it didn't go over the line!" You'll go a long way to find a more weird nine-point haul than the one achieved by Leicester, who defeated Chelsea and Everton away from home as well as Manchester City at the King Power Stadium, but surprisingly lost at home to Cardiff. But we are four points behind them and they are the leaders.

It was an unusual wobble for City under Guardiola, given the serene progress over the past 18 months that saw us win the Carabao Cup and Premier League title last term.

"I'm not sure too many people picked up on it at the Etihad this week, but what struck me was just how ballistic City went when they won", Fowler wrote in the Mirror.

While the loss against former Liverpool boss Roy Hodson's Palace side was unexpected, Wolves have in the recent times stunned many a top-six side.

Alberto Moreno will be in the Liverpool starting line-up that faces Wolverhampton Wanderers on Monday night, Jurgen Klopp has confirmed. It will be much tougher in the summer with plenty of clubs likely to be sniffing around a player who is clearly destined for big things and given the situation Liverpool find themselves in, it would make ideal sense to do a deal now.

"The goalkeeper position is a different one but Simon, I could write a book about all the good things I could say about him", added Klopp.

"We have to think about the whole situation, not being like children and jumping always from one problem to the next problem - we have to consider all and that's what we will do". "If somebody had told me that, after both games against City, we would be four points clear, I would have paid money for it because I would have thought it is not possible".

But I see no reason why Liverpool won't run out comfortable winners again and backing them to win by at least a two-goal margin also makes massive appeal.

"That's how you have to play against City, in the moment when you get the ball you have to make the best of it".

There's a bet I really like ahead of this game, and it's the straightforward Liverpool win at a scarcely believable [2.04].

"Liverpool's team is not based on the highest quality when it comes to their players".

"We will fight right to the death". Ole Gunnar Solksjaer became just the second United manager after the legendary Sir Matt Busby (1946) to win his first four league games in charge of the Red Devils when his side won at St James's Park midweek.

And Liverpool could end up forking out to ensure they have enough troops available for their title battle.

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