Wood, Mane, Mignolet: The top talking points ahead of Burnley clash

Jurgen Klopp was heckled by the Sevilla backroom staff as he went to shake hands at Anfield

Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp has opened up on his side's defensive troubles, following the Reds' disappointing draw at home to Sevilla in the Champions League last night. The last game was not flawless but that is how it is after a long break but it helped him, and helped us.

"We recovered from a bad first half, knowing that we could turn it around".

"I just think [Klopp's] got it back to front at the moment".

Mohamed Salah's Champions League debut goal with the Reds wasn't quite enough, despite an outstanding performance by the Egyptian forward who nearly snatched Liverpool their first win in the group stage.

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The Reds will host Burnley in their next Premier League fixture at Anfield on Saturday.

A strike from the red-hot Roberto Firmino after 20 minutes was soon followed by a deflected finish from summer signing Mohamed Salah, though the former's missed penalty just before half-time proved to be extremely costly. "I don't think it's what we deserved".

Keane held nothing back, as he slammed the Anfield club, claiming their "schoolboy" defending is one of the reasons why they stand no chance of winning the "big prizes" this season.

"[The] most important thing in football is creating chances and we did that". "But I thought the lads reacted well after the weekend, put in a good shift and going forward we looked exciting and could have scored a few more goals".

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"We know we have to improve but there is so much potential and we can work with this".

Philippe Coutinho is in contention to make his first start of the season against Burnley on Saturday, Jurgen Klopp has confirmed.

"To concede from that situation it's very disappointing and we need to learn because in the Champions League you'll get punished".

And with Mane out of action following his red card against City, Oxlade-Chamberlain could be asked to play in an unfamiliar left-wing role against Sean Dyche's in-form Burnley side.

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"It is really interesting to play them because they are always on a really high level since I've been in the league".

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