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Breaking news, Klopp reveals worst news ahead of Burnley game

By Charles Cornwall

Breaking news, Klopp reveals worst news ahead of Burnley game

Liverpool will have the chance to bounce back on Saturday against second-bottom Burnley at home

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Leaders Liverpool suddenly lost their glory days with a 3-1 defeat to third-placed Arsenal in London last weekend, meaning the Premier League heads into matchday 24 with the three teams on the podium separated by two points. The Reds, who have 51 points, are followed by Manchester City (2nd) and the Gunners, both on 49.

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Liverpool will have the chance to bounce back on Saturday against second-bottom Burnley at home, where they have won 29 of a possible 33 points this term. Three-time defending champions City, who host 18th-placed Everton, also on Saturday, threaten the lead again thanks to Kevin De Bruyne, a goal and three crucial assists in three Championship games since his return from long-term injury. He also has one more game to play, on 20 February against Brentford.

Arsenal have a short trip to seventh-placed West Ham on Sunday as they look to continue their good form and stay clear of Aston Villa (fourth, 46 points), who host sixth-placed Manchester United.

Absences

Medical updates from Klopp in the press conference for Burnley. Dominik Szoboszlai and Mohamed Salah por injuries. Conor Bradley for family reasons and Ibou Konate Suspended. Wataru Endo is back.