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Becker is injured, but Klopp is confident his team will not concede goals

Liverpool is looking for a great victory on matchday 25 against Brentford

By Charles Cornwall

Liverpool vs Brentford and Becker worried
Liverpool vs Brentford and Becker worried
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Following the announcement of goalkeeper Alisson Becker's injury due to a hamstring problem, the responsibility under the three posts during the next few days will go to Irish goalkeeper Caoimhin Kelleher, who over the last few months has been able to have a greater activity that has given him the confidence to have equally good displays as the Brazilian.

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With a goalkeeper full of confidence and the desire to continue demonstrating why he is in the institution, Klopp has this in his favor for this duel against Brentford, adding to the great defensive potential that has virtually all its players available, and although for many it may become a problem the absence of Trent Alexander Arnold, this area will be well covered by a Conor Bradley who should be motivated after being considered one of the best players in the month of January.

With or without the injury casualties, this is a great challenge for Liverpool, who should not underestimate an opponent that has scored at least once in 9 consecutive games, knowing the great potential of their defensive sector and goalkeeper, as the statistics speak of the great job they have done in that first area of the field, being the second team with the second fewest goals so far this season.

Although there is still no exact date for Alisson Brecker's return, it is hoped that the Brazilian goalkeeper can be ready for the clash against Chelsea in the EFL Cup, but if that is not possible, the Reds' German coach hopes that Kelleher will get a better rhythm that will allow him to fulfill such an important task on one of the club's most important days so far this year 2024.

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Even though this injury may take away Becker's chance to win one more trophy with the team from the starting lineup, it is true that what the Brazilian has done so far is worthy of recognition by anyone, giving Liverpool not only this year but since his arrival that security under the three posts that will surely give him in time the recognition of the best goalkeeper in the club's history.

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