Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp wants more consistency from his side

Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp wants more consistency from his side

Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp wants more consistency from his side

On Monday the Times have predicted how Liverpool and Swansea will line up.

But the statistics matter little to the German.

"Our three league games - against Watford, Tottenham and Newcastle were all very balanced - and we continue to play at that level, but the signs are positive". "That's all the past and I'm not really interested", he said. Everyone then says "we need another and another one and another one". "So far we have played five games". But we have to do it again. We did these mistakes against Liverpool [before he joined] but today my players were ready for that, all the time my players one, two touch, all the time with support.

Swansea have picked up two wins in their last four games against the Reds, so the game could be a competitive one, especially considering Carvalhal's side haven't lost in their last three games.

"Life is a summary of challenges and that's a big challenge", added the Reds boss.

Liverpool have been told they will never win the Champions League as long as Loris Karius remains their goalkeeper. They also enjoyed a morale-boosting FA Cup third-round replay win over Wolverhampton Wanderers last time out.

Liverpool's menace grew and when a cross whipped in from the left pin-balled around the Swansea goalmouth, the home side escaped through a hasty clearance by Kyle Naughton.

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Swansea City's Alfie Mawson celebrates scoring at the Liberty Stadium.

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Liverpool travelled to south Wales following a stunning 4-3 triumph over Premier League leaders Manchester City, but they came unstuck against the division's bottom side. It hasn't happened too often so I didn't expect that, I was quite surprised. After, you understand, we were playing against a strong team and we needed points. I hope he can progress like he has done in those three games.

"We try to explore anywhere [to score against them]".

Liverpool soon settled into their passing routine and when Van Dijk hoisted the ball forward in the eighth minute Sadio Mane was just unable to gain control on the edge of the six-yard box under pressure from Lukasz Fabianski.

The Portuguese was at Anfield on Boxing Day when Swansea were thrashed 5-0 under Leon Britton's caretaker command.

He added: "That game was a little unusual because the team conceded two or three goals with the same mistakes they've been doing before. So I changed not my opinion, but I changed the situation now, that's all".

"In general the team was organised, but those two goals killed the game and after that it was very hard to fight".

In the standing table of English Premier League, Swansea City is at the bottom of the table with 17 points but Liverpool is at the fourth place with 47 points.

"Sometimes the players give an extra 20 or 30 per cent".

Klopp claims that he is happy with the players now on his books, and has confidence in those already at his disposal to cover the loss of Coutinho and allow him to delay drawing up a transfer strategy until the summer.

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