Published: Fri, September 14, 2018
Sport | By Wendy Sparks

Lloris eyes return for Liverpool showdown

Lloris eyes return for Liverpool showdown

Liverpool's Naby Keita has spoken of his motivation to hit the ground running in the "tough" Premier League after making the switch from the Bundesliga.

Jose Mourinho has plenty of physical players at his disposal and they can play direct football when they need to if it gets scrappy, but they have the extra quality which should count on the day.

It remains to be seen whether or not the worldwide break has disrupted the momentum Liverpool had built up, as they bid to quickly make a return to winning ways on Saturday.

Barnes said in an interview with the Daily Star: "What's good now is Liverpool, with the harmony and the fact Klopp's there and everybody loves him, the trust in him and the way the team's playing, that's all I'm interested in".

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The North London club destroyed Liverpool 4-1 last season in their league meeting at Wembley, but the latter are expected to be in contention for the title this year.

"At Bayern they only have the mentality of winning titles".

"Same for them, anyone but us".

"I'm very motivated to be playing in it - it's an attractive proposition - but I've been told by many people that a lot of overseas players come into the Premier League and they take time to integrate, depending on the circumstances". That's not "Gary Neville he's a Red, he hates Scousers". That's the most important thing now, to be our goals.

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The former Manchester United defender added: "But it's a worry".

"The Champions League - if I was Liverpool, I would kick it into touch".

"I thought then, 'Imagine if they win this.' I was turning up at Anfield three hours early because I couldn't get into the ground otherwise".

A two-goal victory for Tottenham would see them leapfrog table-toppers Liverpool into first place, at least temporarily.

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