BURNLEY – Inconsistency Problems and transitions experienced players Liverpool have not been solved well by Brendan Rodgers as head coach. And they should be aware of the opponent, Burnley tonight (12/26/2014) The boxing match day.
Because Turf Moor Stadium unbeaten in its last four games, Daniel Ings et al formidable when playing in front of their own supporters. But Burnley manager Sean Dyche understand the difficulties Rodgers who is friends in the profession.
“We know the reality of the job. Brendan also, in general, Brendan has a new team and try to turn it into a team. Doing this takes time, and it is difficult because demand an instant result, “said Dyche reported by Goal, Friday (12/26/2014).
Although it was dropped, Burnley reluctant to underestimate Steven Gerrard et al, “They are still a very talented team very well, so we obviously would not underestimate Liverpool,” he continued.
3-4-3 formation which later applied Rodgers, slowly began to improve as the game more offensive team. Disadvantages only come from the front lines and final settlement of Liverpool.
Losing Daniel Sturridge injured and Luis Suarez who moved to Barcelona, yet can be replaced Rickie Lambert and Mario Balotelli can play back after serving a suspension due to posting racist messages on his personal twitter.
Players who can not appear to Liverpool is Fabio Borini (accumulation of cards), Glen Johnson and Joe Allen (injury). While Burnley lost Michael Duff, Matt Taylor, Sam Vokes and Stephen Ward because of injury.
Liverpool game during a 2-2 draw against Arsenal when last weekend, can be a measure of the spirit of play The Anfield Gank. Because Liverpool almost lost, if Martin Skrtel was the ball and score a goal in the final minutes of extra time.
Here’s the lineup predictions of both teams:
Liverpool: Brad Jones, Kolo Toure, Martin Skrtel, Mamadou Sakho, Adam Lallana, Jordan Henderson, Lucas Leiva, Steven Gerrard, Philippe Coutinho, Raheem Sterling, Mario Balotelli
Burnley: Tom Heaton, Kieran Trippier, Michael Keane, Jason Shackell, Ben Mee, George Boyd, Dean Marney, David Jones, Scott Arfield, Daniel Ings, Ashley Barnes