Liverpool host defending Champions Chelsea in this game as they look to get back to winning ways following their 3-3 against Sevilla in midweek.
Jurgen Klopp’s men threw away a 3-0 lead after half time to draw against the Spaniards. This has been their story for the past few seasons, but with Joel Matip fit again, Klopp would be hoping for a better defensive performance in this game. The Reds head into this game on the back of a five match unbeaten run, however they started the season poorly and that leaves them 5th on the league table, three points less than their visitors. Liverpool do have a favourable recent record against the Blues as they have lost none and won two of their last five meetings.
Chelsea come into this game on the back of two consecutive 0-4 wins away from home after hammering Qarabag in midweek. The Blues have been almost perfect away from home this season as they have won all but one of their last seven away games in all competitions. They are also currently on a run of 4 straight wins in the Premier League. With both teams scoring, this game looks likely to be a high scoring affair.