Liverpool boss Klopp not happy with ‘aggressive’ Burnley tackling

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"There's this game and then Manchester United away but they play Liverpool, Tottenham and Arsenal at home so if they come through this game unscathed I really don't see where they lose".

It frees them up a little and they can look forward to facing Jurgen Klopp's side this weekend now.

The plaudits really have to go to Eddie Howe.

'Thankfully it's not too serious and one that I can definitely be back stronger from too.

The German said: "When players are sliding in like that it can get unsafe, because of the speed, and somebody has to say stop with these tackles". I fancied Bournemouth to win quite comfortably.

Highlights from Bournemouth's win over Huddersfield in the Premier League.

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But he says Liverpool must beat Bournemouth to pile the pressure on them should they slip up on Saturday evening.

"I watched Liverpool as a kid, I was a Liverpool fan growing up in the 70s, and when I grew up watching them, they had a fantastic side, of skill, will demand and a physical edge".

Liverpool's Premier League title bid has suffered an untimely blow after defender Joe Gomez was ruled out for up to six weeks with a leg fracture.

Burnley manager Sam Dyche accused Daniel Sturridge of diving in Liverpool's 3-1 win on Wednesday night, while also brushing off Reds boss Jurgen Klopp's criticisms of excessive tackling.

Of course, Liverpool won their games against Bournemouth comfortably last season, 4-0 and 3-0, but while they haven't been playing at their brilliant best yet this season they've been able to win games they struggled in last season, such as the midweek trip to Burnley.

"They did win the game in the end but I do not know how?"

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