Liverpool vs Leeds
Liverpool will want to extend their Premier League dominance when they play Leeds United at Anfield on Wednesday.
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The Reds have won crucial matches against Inter and Norwich in the last week and can close the gap on league leaders Manchester City to three points with a victory, while also looking ahead to Sunday’s Carabao Cup final against Chelsea.
They’ll be optimistic of maintaining their fine record against a struggling Leeds team. Here are the players Klopp might deploy to gain an additional three points.
Although it was encouraging to see Leeds’ offensive commitment remain strong, their 4-2 defeat has done nothing to help their chances of a third straight season in the Premier League, with Marcelo Bielsa’s side being in 15th place and only five points clear of the bottom three.
The Whites have already lost three of their previous four games in the Premier League, allowing at least three goals in each of those games, so it’s no wonder that Bielsa’s stout defence is still looking for their first clean sheet of 2022
Furthermore, Leeds’ 29 goals surerendered on the road this season is the poorest defensive record in the Premier League, while Liverpool cruised to a 3-0 win at Elland Road earlier this season, leaving the Whites without a win in this match since 2001.
Burnley vs Tottenham
Tottenham will go to Burnley on Wednesday night in the Premier League with the hopes of closing the distance on the top four teams.
Both clubs are coming off big victories over the weekend entering this one. Burnley romped to a 3-0 win against Brighton on Saturday, just their second three-point haul of the season. Spurs, meanwhile, stunned Man City 3-2 to throw the championship race wide open.
Burnley now have an away win to brag about after 6ft 5in talisman Wout Weghorst inspired his new team to a 3-0 victory against Brighton on the South Coast on Saturday.
The Netherlands international started his Burnley account with a thunderous drive in the 21st minute, before setting up Josh Brownhill for his side’s second and putting the game to bed in the 69th minute by veteran winger Aaron Lennon.
Burnley’s destiny in the relegation struggle is in their own hands, as the Clarets have leapfrogged Norwich City into 19th place and are five points away of safety with two games left to play.