Liverpool travel to Stoke City in Premier League action at the bet365 Stadium tonight, hoping to put pressure on the leauge’s top-four.
The Reds go into this game 14 points behind the unbeaten Premier League leaders Manchester City after drawing 1-1 with the champions Chelsea at Anfield in Saturday’s late kick-off.
Jurgen Klopp’s side are currently in sixth place in the league table but could climb as high as third with their top-four rivals Chelsea and Arsenal also in action this evening.
Football Insider has rounded up a selection of the best Tweets by Liverpool fans before the game.
???? The Reds in Stoke… pic.twitter.com/SYS37llJ5m
— Liverpool FC (@LFC) November 29, 2017
Salah on the bench what ? You what!!!!
— Chris (@Donny_Vito) November 29, 2017
— XI (@ciaranm200) November 29, 2017
Ready to do it if needed on a cold wet night in Stoke. ????????⚽️ pic.twitter.com/A5wmLorEMJ
— Mohamed Salah (@SalahFanPage) November 29, 2017
Salah and coutinho on the bench ????????
— MaxPersad (@persad_max) November 29, 2017
'ROTATION IS NEEDED' DROPS OUR BEST PLAYERS BUT KEEPS WITH MORENO WTF
— K. (@KRzz_05) November 29, 2017
Where is mo salah ???????? pic.twitter.com/yPC3Ms7Ybo
— Ahmed hesham (@ahmed_hesham35) November 29, 2017
No Salah?! You having a laugh! There's rotating then theres taking the piss! He's our best player #LFC
— Soph✌ (@SophieONeill_x) November 29, 2017
No Salah, Lallana and Coutinho what is Jurgen on
— Jack Chapman (@JackChapman_96) November 29, 2017
Liverpool have won five out of their last six matches against Stoke but were thrashed 6-1 away from home on the final day of the 2014/15 campaign.
The Reds are unbeaten in their last six matches in all competitions and will go into this game full of confidence.
Meanwhile, their opponents Stoke City are in 15th place in the table and without a win in their last three matches. Mark Hughes’ side will be looking to bounce backing after conceding an injury-time winner against struggling Crystal Palace on Saturday afternoon.
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