Jurgen Klopp urges Liverpool to ignore past pain ahead of Chelsea game

Heather Diaz
April 13, 2019

"Because football is very public we talk a lot about this so I think we pretty much have a strong voice and we have to use that strong voice and say altogether things like this are not allowed to happen again".

Van Dijk will be trying to stop Giroud and Hazard on Sunday, as they bid to earn three crucial points competing with Pep Guardiola's Man City, and Giroud believes that his side can come out on top even against the Netherlands global.

"Chelsea are in a good shape, Hazard in a very good shape, that's a big game for us obviously".

"I'm not nervous. I feel the intensity of the competition, but we see the positivity of the moment".

Paul Merson is predicting that Liverpool FC will edge to a narrow 2-1 victory over Chelsea FC at Anfield in the Premier League on Sunday.

No side has ever failed to win the title with as many points after 33 games but with Manchester City breathing down their necks in this relentless battle, any slip now could be a title-defining one. "If we focus on our performances then everything else takes care of itself".

There has been speculation that Chelsea star Eden Hazard may be rested this weekend - with Maurizio Sarri set to prioritise the Europa League.

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"So, we need to go there and start on the front foot and believe in our qualities and game".

And Azpilicueta, the only surviving player to have started on that day in April 2014, is keen to prevent the Reds from winning their first Premier League title once more.

"We want to make the next step because it's not over yet".

Video of the fans singing "Salah is a bomber" in a Prague bar on Thursday circulated widely on social media, attracting widespread condemnation and prompting anti-discrimination body Kick It Out to call for action. The Blues have typically eased through their ties all season, but struggled in Prague despite having a nine-goal leading scorer in Europe through Giroud.

The club described the incident as "abhorrent".

"I'm so happy with our crowd, with our supporters, how they dealt with everything in the last month, it's really great how we all develop together". "Of course, it's a very small minority and we are proud of most of our fans who have been great support again tonight".

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