2017 Season

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2017 Schedule
2-2-1, 8th in English Premier League
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9hGlenn Price

Klopp vows to take Carabao Cup seriously

Jurgen Klopp believes Liverpool have the strength in depth to handle the demands of participating in four competitions.

10hJohn Brewin

Wilshere, Shaw among ones to watch

Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, Jack Wilshere, Luke Shaw, Phil Foden and Pape Souare are our players to watch in the Carabao Cup this week.

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21hGlenn Price

Klopp: Ox had to battle with expectations

Jurgen Klopp says there may have been unfair expectations placed on Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain when he first arrived at Arsenal as a youngster.

Klopp reveals three Liverpool starters vs. Leicester (1:03)
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1dGlenn Price

Ward, Ox and Grujic to start for Liverpool

Danny Ward, Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain and Marko Grujic will all start in Liverpool's trip to Leicester City in the League Cup, Jurgen Klopp has said.

1dChris Wright

Gerrard enjoys kickabout with infant son

Steven Gerrard's son is already being primed to follow in his father's footsteps if this Instagram video is anything to go by...

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1dSteven Kelly

Salah proves himself vital to Liverpool

It is the combined efforts of Salah, Mane and Roberto Firmino that are exciting fans right now. But without any of those three, there's issues.

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1dGlenn Price

Matip: Reds deserved more vs. Burnley

Merseysiders were held to a frustrating 1-1 draw despite having 35 shots and more than 70 percent of possession.

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2dIain Macintosh

Man City romp, Arsenal will rue misses

Man City look like a juggernaut, while Arsenal might rue being so wasteful at Chelsea, and Liverpool's defending hurts them again.

Coutinho reveals all on failed Barca move (4:16)
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2dGlenn Price

Coutinho breaks silence on Barcelona move

Philippe Coutinho has told ESPN Brazil that he has "no problems" with anybody at Liverpool despite the club blocking a move to Barcelona.

Klopp left frustrated with Burnley draw (1:10)
3dDavid Usher

Coutinho and Liverpool left frustrated

Saturday's 1-1 home draw with Burnley was an all too familiar tale for Liverpool, who were wasteful in attack and suspect at the back.

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3dGlenn Price

Klopp left frustrated after Burnley draw

Liverpool were held as they failed make their dominance count, having had 35 shots and over 70 percent of possession.

Tactics Board: Liverpool still struggling at back (2:37)
3dGlenn Price

Familiar failings for Klopp and Liverpool

Liverpool's usual inability to see off the league's lesser lights reared its head again as Philippe Coutinho struggled in a 1-1 draw with Burnley.

Liverpool 1-1 Burnley: Reds frustrated (1:38)
Salah's immediate response for Liverpool (1:05)
Arfield puts Burnley ahead at Anfield (1:10)
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3dJohn Brewin

Picking a weakness in each Prem contender

Manchester United have issues on the left, Chelsea lack depth and Liverpool's defence is weak. Here's a weakness for each Premier League contender.

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4dESPN staff

Klopp defends back line, transfer strategy

Jurgen Klopp defended Liverpool's under-fire centre-backs, and revealed the club had "no solution" after missing out on Virgil van Dijk this summer.

Klopp needs to stop rotating at the back (1:39)

RankingsEnglish Premier League

Goal Difference0Tied-8th
Goals Scored93rd
Goals Conceded9Tied-15th