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Liverpool heads west to Swansea City on Monday to take on the Swans in a Premier League contest, with Jurgen Klopp’s team aiming to stay within striking distance of Manchester United, in second place. Jurgen Klopp’s in-form Liverpool head to the Premier League’s bottom side on Monday night, as the Reds take on Swansea City at the Liberty Stadium.
Liverpool inflicted a first league defeat on leaders Manchester City last time out and make the trip to south Wales full of confidence and without a defeat since October. Liverpool are flying high and will fancy making it six wins in a row in all competitions against struggling Swansea.
The Reds’ high pressing and clinical finishing were too much for Pep Guardiola’s side last time out, although their defensive frailties were highlighted again as City scored twice late on in a 4-3 defeat. The return to fitness of Van Dijk should help, although there are still question marks over goalkeeper Karius, despite Klopp having now installed him as the club’s first choice.
The Swans have improved since then under new manager Carlos Carvalhal and have taken four points from his first three games in charge. They also enjoyed a morale-boosting FA Cup third-round replay win over Wolverhampton Wanderers last time out.
After a glorious week of fans still not coming back to earth after the hitherto invincibles were beaten at Anfield, Liverpool get back on the road in the Premier League on Monday, with a trip to Swansea City, who are bottom of the table. The Swans have one win, one draw and one loss in three Premier League games under Carlos Carvalhal, who was appointed to replace Paul Clement at the helm of affairs at the end of December.
For Liverpool, Virgil van Dijk is back from a minor thigh injury, while Jordan Henderson and Alberto Moreno might see this game come a bit too soon to resume first-team involvement. Mo Salah, Dejan Lovren and Ragnar Klavan were taken ill during the week but they should all be ready to play, if needed on Monday night.
On Monday night, Jurgen Klopp’s Liverpool side will travel to the Liberty Stadium flying high on confidence after ending Manchester City’s unbeaten Premier League run. Looking to climb up to third, Liverpool will face off against a Swansea side hoping to close the gap on the drop zone.
Liverpool top scorer Mohamed Salah and defenders Dejan Lovren and Ragnar Klavan are all expected to recover from illness. Fellow defender and record signing Virgil van Dijk could make his first Premier League start for the club after shrugging off a hamstring strain.
As for Jurgen Klopp’s free-scoring Liverpool side, the Reds confidence will be at an all-time high coming off the back of last weekends dramatic victory over Manchester City. Putting four past the runaway league leaders, Klopp’s men brought an end to City’s unbeaten Premier League run. Despite the departure of former talisman Philippe Coutinho, the Merseyside club are now on a five-game winning run, they have also scored 15 goals in their last five matchups. Although Klopp’s side are in fine form, Liverpool are still involved in a battle to secure a top-four finish come May. Currently occupying that lucrative fourth position, Liverpool have a two-point buffer with Tottenham, however, a victory in Wales on Monday night will see the Reds jump into third.