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Jurgen Klopp's side have been held to back-to-back draws against Leicester and West Ham

Jurgen Klopp's side have been held to back-to-back draws against Leicester and West Ham

We'd have done it if we were 10 points up.

Though there will be, of course, 22 players who will walk out onto the pitch at the Etihad for the must-watch Premier League tie between Manchester City and Chelsea this weekend, there is one man who should be attracting the most attention as he reaches his own personal milestone.

"We need to be very fast when we're recovering the ball". Even if they were to win the Champions League this year, it doesn't class them as the best team. "We will know what their strengths and weaknesses are, but ultimately it is about us - the 11 players and the players on the bench who can impact the game".

The 30-year-old marked his first Premier League start since October with a decisive role in Sadio Mane's goal at the London Stadium.

Joe Gomez underwent an operation earlier in the week and Klopp says the aim is for him to return within 4-6 weeks. "I think it was my first game for three months, albeit with a couple of games [as a substitute]".

"I am working hard and doing everything in my power for that to happen". If we want to be part of that tight race, we can not change that, or offer something else.

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Back-to-back draws have seen Liverpool relinquish their place at the summit of the league table to Manchester City as they squandered opportunities to build a more substantial lead at the top.

That information, however, will not form any part of the pre-match preparations for the Reds, according to Lallana.

Having refereed City seven times fewer than Chelsea (55 to 62), this results in a higher proportion - and therefore greater chance of having their XI reduced - for the incumbent Premier League champions, sending a Man City player off every 6.1 games he officiates to Chelsea's 6.9 games.

"We've shown in the past that we're good enough and we'll continue to show this in the games we've got to come". As long as we focus on that and keep picking up the wins, the rest will take care of itself.

'If we got to the semis of the Champions League again he should be available, quarter-finals maybe.

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