Published: Mon, January 07, 2019
Sports | By Johanna Francis

Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp ready to throw kids in for Wolves clash

Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp ready to throw kids in for Wolves clash

Fowler then revealed a conversation he had with a Premier League legend who's had plenty of league-winning experience.

That makes it very hard to know what they are going to do next. "We will not sign a centre-half for one game or whatever, that will not happen".

"It is just a joy to watch him".

"The way they played, fought back into the game and created enough to win it says exactly the opposite". Their two defeats against big six clubs however were both at Molineux, one against Tottenham and the other against Liverpool.

"I can tell you now, Jurgen Klopp noticed".

"Yes, we lost 2-1, but if you look at the game nobody would be surprised if it would have been a draw".

Liverpool have been seen at their best and worst in Europe this season but appear incapable of taking the challenge lightly, even with the possibility of a first title in 29 years on the horizon.

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The momentum at the top of the table swung slightly back in Man City's favour after their fantastic 2-1 win over Liverpool at the Etihad on Thursday, but a former rival of both teams is tipping Liverpool to stay on course for what would be their first league title in nearly 29 years.

Klopp claims Liverpool this season have not yet been seen at their best, and he may be right, though they are regularly playing and picking up points in the manner he demands.

Liverpool are expected to name a rotated starting XI for the clash but several key players will still be included in the line-up to avoid a second defeat in five days. We have a lot of these young boys but they have all the time in the world. The goalkeeper position is a different one, but Simon, I could write a book about all of the good things I could say about him. "He will be saying "that's how good we are now".

"For me, Liverpool just want it more than the Man City players".

And Fowler, who netted 128 Premier League goals for Liverpool, says he is tired of what could lie ahead for his former side.

"I spoke to Ryan Giggs about it, and he said of all the league titles he won with United, the first was by far the hardest".

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