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5 things we learned in the Premier League

5 things we learned in the Premier League

As for Jurgen Klopp's free-scoring Liverpool side, the Reds confidence will be at an all-time high coming off the back of last weekends dramatic victory over Manchester City.

It was fantastic to see Liverpool defeat Manchester City, but the fact City came back from 4-1 down to 4-3 shows how The Reds struggle to see games out.

Club captain Jordan Henderson (hamstring) and left-back Albert Moreno (ankle) are back training but are both still not quite ready and it is understood that the duo are aiming for a comeback in the FA Cup fourth-round tie against West Bromwich Albion on Saturday evening.

Part of Liverpool's need to focus on themselves and guarding against complacency comes from just how easily they swept Swansea aside in their last meeting, on December 26th, a week after the floundering Swans had sacked manager Paul Clement.

"Liverpool began life without Philippe Coutinho by recording their most impressive win of the campaign so far".

The only expected change from Liverpool's dramatic 4-3 win over Manchester City eight days ago is Virgil Van Dijk's expected involvement, Dejan Lovren likely to drop to the bench. Ultimately, they needed a centre-back more than they needed Coutinho.

When preparing for this game Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp said his side face a tough test, despite their 5-0 win at Anfield against the South Wales side on Boxing Day.

5 things we learned in the Premier League
5 things we learned in the Premier League

"We had to play football and we had plenty of opportunities after the restart, but in the end it wasn't good enough".

Liverpool piled on the pressure in the closing stages but Can and Salah wasted stoppage-time opportunities before Firmino nearly broke Swansea hearts.

But Carvalhal has overseen a marked improvement since succeeding Paul Clement last month, with Swansea losing only one of his five games in charge.

The likes of Firmino, Mohamed Salah, Sadio Mane and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain are ideal in carrying out Klopp's orders.

It will be a different test for Liverpool who won't have the space in which to attack on the counter which they enjoyed against Man City.

"We played Swansea a few weeks ago with a caretaker manager and I said after the game it was much more hard than the result could make you think, so we know about the specific challenge in this game". Having Van Dijk in front of him could help.

"I accept it. As long as you don't do the same in the next 20 similar situations so that people start thinking: 'What's that about?' You can not play football without mistakes". How can they deliver always at a good level?

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