Liverpool's Mohamed Salah doesn't scare Lucas Digne in Merseyside derby

Ruben Holloway
December 1, 2018

"I play football to play against the biggest players in the world and I came to England to play against the best strikers because, for me, the best football is in the Premier League".

Dejan Lovren has been getting a run of games in the middle of defence recently but I think Gomez could move-in alongside Virgil van Dijk with the Croatian worldwide dropping to the bench. I've had it the other way when we've been hunted down, where you expected a team to drop points somewhere and they didn't, and I expected us to be a few points in front and we're not.

Liverpool will be looking for a win to keep pace with Manchester City at the top of the table when they welcome Everton to Anfield on Sunday afternoon.

"A really good team, and of course England's No. 1 in goal".

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"If you would have let us play a game immediately after the game on Wednesday, we would have played", Klopp said.

It feels as though Klopp's more cautious approach both domestically and in Europe has worked in the Premier League, which is more of a long-haul, but in the sprint to get out of the Champions League group it seems to have been a flawed approach.

"We don't need to think we are a s*** team, basically".

However, the boss is not yet sure who will be available for Liverpool's clash with Everton at Anfield, as a number of his players are nursing knocks sustained during the midweek game against Paris Saint-Germain. We want to change and we want to win.

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"He gives 100 per cent every day on the training ground and it is easy to understand how he can work as well during the match".

"Yes, in specific games we can say that", he said. "A good result for us could boost our confidence to a high, high level".

Shortly after moving to Everton, Digne claimed he had turned down two approaches from Liverpool in the past, adding that his "I never walk alone" chest tattoo had nothing to with Everton's fiercest rivals.

"Before we played against Man [United], we played well before the referee made, for me, a mistake".

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The 25-year-old stressed that he and his Everton teammates will be unmoved by the reception from Liverpool supporters on Sunday. When I was asked, I told the truth. I don't know how they speak to their families and their wives in the players' lounge.

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