Watch: Jurgen Klopp's pre-match press conference - Liverpool vs Burnley

LFC Globe
10th July 2020

Jurgen Klopp fielded questions from reporters as he looked ahead to Liverpool's clash against on Saturday afternoon.

The Reds return to following a 3-1 over Brighton on the south coast on Wednesday night.

It's been a remarkable season for Klopp's side, who are yet to lose a game at Anfield this year.

Having already clinched the league title, they'll be hoping to seal the record for most Premier League points in a season with a win against Sean Dyche's side.

But Klopp insisted his players must be "ready" against a side with "brilliant attitude" who will "fight for everything."

"We face a team with a brilliant attitude. What Sean Dyche is doing there is absolutely exceptional," Klopp said.

"I know they have some injuries, which is always difficult, especially in a period where you play every three days. On top of that, I'm not 100 per cent aware of it, but I think I heard of some contract issues when players are not available anymore.

"They have a pretty small squad together and [are] playing every three days so I have so much respect for the results they got. It's really, really good.

"We will face a team with a brilliant attitude, with a really, really good set-up, good defending; there will be a lot of fights for second balls. That's clear.

"Set-pieces will be a massive thing in this game and they will fight for everything, how Sean Dyche teams always do, since I'm in England, at least.

"I've known him for four-and-a-half years now. We need to be ready again."

The boss also provided an injury update on his squad, confirming will be sidelined for the rest of the season with a knee injury.

Meanwhile, will return to the matchday squad after resuming full training following a muscle injury.

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