Klopp says Liverpool must keep defensive recovery going at Arsenal

Klopp says Liverpool must keep defensive recovery going at Arsenal

Klopp says Liverpool must keep defensive recovery going at Arsenal

But I don't know exactly in which way.

In an unusual scheduling quirk, this Friday's match against Arsenal will be the second time Liverpool have faced the London side in the first half of the current season-with their next game, the first of the second half of the campaign, also the first of two times they take on Swansea.

And he rapped: "The biggest improvement for Oxlade-Chamberlain is being involved in goalscoring situations". "In a lot of moments, the decisive passes, Ozil or Sanchez". Once you get comfortable with that, you can start to relax more.

After a fairly slow start to his Liverpool career, Oxlade-Chamberlain has been producing some eye-catching performances of late.

He said: "Four goals conceded in the last nine is good".

"It is unbelievable. But he was not asked for this too much I think in the past".

The England midfielder has been settling into life at Anfield after having opted to leave The Emirates to sign for the Reds in the summer transfer window on deadline day.

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Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain has promised Liverpool FC fans that there is plenty more to come from him as he prepares for an emotional return to Arsenal. "You have to perform immediately".

It will be interesting to see, then, what this new, improved, and perhaps more defensive version of the Liverpool side can do in their 19th league game of the season.

Arsenal are known for their expansive style of football, which has often left them suspect at the back, but Klopp believes Wenger has often tweaked his team when playing against Liverpool.

"I have to analyse that well and you have to guess a little bit who will play".

"They are a complete side, able to do everything". But he can not play (due to a hamstring injury) and that will change a few things maybe. "We must play with pace and a determined attitude".

Daniel Sturridge (illness and hamstring) and Joel Matip (adductor) remain doubts for Liverpool, while Alberto Moreno (ankle) is still out.

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