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  • HALF-TIME! Liverpool manage to get back onto level terms at the very death, with Wijnaldum cancelling out an early opener from Barnes. Burnley have defended well and haven’t looked to be troubled too often, meaning Klopp will want plenty of improvement after the break if they’re to turn this game on its head entirely.
  • 45’+1′
    Goal Georginio Wijnaldum
    GOOOOOOOOOOAL! WIJNALDUM MAKES IT 1-1! The Dutchman continues to impress at home in the Premier League! A cross from the left is swung in by Origi, with a bit of miscontrol from the ex-Newcastle midfielder actually aiding his cause. The rebound falls kindly and Wijnaldum slams home – he couldn’t miss from there!
  • 45’+1′
    There is one minute of stoppage time at Anfield.
  • 45′
    Heaton is forced into a save at last, but it is Barton who works his own teammate! A cross from the right is flighted in and met by the ex-Rangers midfielder’s head, but the deflection doesn’t quite wrongfoot his own goalkeeper. Close escape.
Milner is picked out in space out on the left-hand side, but Mee does well to outjump Origi and flick the eventual delivery from the Englishman behind for a corner – or so it would appear. The linesman gives a goal-kick. Liverpool are running of time to reply this side of half-time.
Clyne drives down the right and then cuts inside to approach the box. As he attempts to stab a pass into a teammate in a better position, he overruns his next touch and Lowton makes an interception. Liverpool work the ball from right to left, before a curling cross from Milner is flicked on by Origi and then claimed by Heaton.
Liverpool will be desperate to get on the scoresheet before the break, but Burnley are running down the clock quite well. The hosts have retained the ball a little better since going behind, but the likes of Origi and Coutinho have been incredibly quiet.
  • 37′
    Yellow Card Ben Mee
    Mee picks up a yellow card after hacking down Lallana, as the England international looked to spin away from his man.
  • 36′
    Coutinho finds Mane in the midfield third, with the Senegalese winger then bursting down the flank. Arfield stands him up, however, before putting in a very good tackle. Burnley are weathering this pressure from Liverpool rather easily.
Around 10 minutes remain in this first half, with Burnley still looking the more dangerous of the two sides when they do actually get forward. Mane tries to lead a break for the home side, but the Liverpool winger is prompted mobbed by sky blue shirts. Origi spins on the edge of the box and tries to whip in a cross, but Lowton denies him.
Arfield concedes a corner, but Boyd lashes a near-post clearance away from the danger zone. Liverpool keep their pressure on, with Matip putting the ball back into the box towards Origi, but Heaton collects with consummate ease. Moments later, Barnes vyes to get in behind Klavan, but the Estonian defender does just enough to put the ball into touch.
Milner is fed down the left-hand side, but Lowton covers across to make a good block and concede a corner. Coutinho bends in an inswinger from the left-hand side, but Mane is unable to make the most of the delivery into the back post. Klopp isn’t looking impressed whatsoever in his technical area, Liverpool have been dismal.
Keane makes a good intervention to deny a cut-back from the right wing, before Barton makes a timely block to protect Heaton from a powerful 20-yard effort. Liverpool are starting to see more of the ball and build up a bit of momentum, but the England international goalkeeper hasn’t been forced into a tough save yet.
  • 26′
    Half-chance for Gray! A long throw from Lowton is brought down by the Burnley striker, who then spins quickly to get beyond Matip. He shoots from a very, very narrow angle, sending the ball sailing wide of the target. Lax defending once again from the Reds.
  • 25′
    Liverpool win a free-kick deep on the right, but Mee rises highest to direct the lofted delivery behind for a corner. Coutinho takes from the same flank, but it goes short, before an eventual cross into the Burnley box is met by a composed defender. Everything is looking very simple for Dyche’s men to deal with.
  • 23′
    Heaton is being kept busy, but only to come out to easily claim terrible throughballs from the hosts. Origi hasn’t had anything to do, aside from chase lost causes. Burnley are retaining their shape well and making it very difficult for Liverpool to create anything of note.
  • 22′
    Just wide from Barnes! Ward whips in a brilliant cross from the left-hand side, but the Burnley goalscorer can only stroke a volley beyond the right-hand post. The linesman’s flag was raised for offside anyway, but Liverpool need to be concerned.
  • 20′
    Mane gets in behind Barton and bursts down the right-hand side, but a cross from the ex-Southampton wide man is cut out brilliantly by Mee who concedes a corner. Liverpool whip their first set-piece in towards the near post, but it is cleared behind, before the second results in a hurried clearance from Boyd. Third time isn’t lucky either, as Keane clears.
  • 18′
    Lowton tries to bend in a cross from the right-hand side, but Milner makes a good block, before Liverpool gift possession away yet again. Klopp’s men have no control in the centre of the park, with Burnley managing to battle their way upfield against a reluctant home outfit. Dyche will be overjoyed.
  • 16′
    Matip makes a vital interception to deny Gray the chance to race into the clear once again, with Burnley still baring their teeth despite taking the lead. Boyd goes down with an injury, after being caught late in the centre of midfield by Can.
  • 14′
    Chance for Origi! Mane is fed down the right-hand side and drives to the byline, before clipping a dangerous cross in from the flank. The Belgium international is present at the back post, but can’t quite stretch enough to nod home unmarked. That was a matter of inches from an equaliser.
  • 12′
    The resulting free-kick from Can’s shove is blasted wide by Boyd, with Klopp unsurprisingly looking rather frustrated on the sideline for the hosts. There have been absolutely no positives to their play so far, with the likes of Mane and Origi getting no service in dangerous areas of the field.
  • 11′
    Boyd is fouled around 30 yards from goal, following a push from Can, with Burnley continuing to put the early pressure on. Liverpool are just playing themselves into trouble and making it very easy for the away side to find space in between the lines.
  • 9′
    The away side are looking good so far, with Heaton being protected well and Gray and Barnes causing real chaos on the break. It is a mirror image of what happened at Turf Moor, really, with Klopp’s men not learning from their past experience.
  • 7′
    Goal Ashley Barnes
    GOOOOOOOAL! BARNES MAKES IT 1-0! Liverpool just keep allowing their opponents to get in behind. A wonderful ball from deep on the right-hand side is curled into the penalty area, with the Burnley striker able to slide in a stab home a finish at the back post.
  • 7′
    Assist Matthew Lowton
    Assist Matthew Lowton
  • 7′
    Gray is released down the right-hand side and tries to cut a cross into the box for his striker partner, but a delivery into the area zips way beyond Barnes. Moments later, the same man is sent through on goal for Burnley, but this time a back-post cross from the English striker is headed clear by Matip.
  • 5′
    Burnley win themselves a corner from Klavan out on the right-hand side, with the set piece half-cleared. The rebound falls to Boyd on the edge of the box, but the visiting winger lashes a half-volleyed effort narrowly over the crossbar. Mignolet was worried there for a second.
  • 4′
    The home side enjoy all of the ball early in this clash, with Mee and Keane already forced to make interventions deep within their own penalty area. Barnes is picked out by a long kick forward from Heaton, before holding it up well and playing a one-two. Just when he appeared ready to shoot, Milner covers across.
  • 2′
    Mane is the target of a quick ball over the top in the opening stages, but Mee manages to flick a defensive header back to Heaton. Burnley will look to keep things tight and hit Liverpool on the break, as they did when the Clarets triumphed over today’s opponents at Turf Moor earlier in the season.
  • 1′
    We are underway in the first half at Anfield! Liverpool have a few injury absentees, but they will still be hoping to put a Burnley side to the sword who don’t travel well in the Premier League. A place in the top four is an stake.
  • Burnley substitutes: Vokes, Brady, Robinson, Westwood, Tarkowski, Darikwa, Agyei.
  • Burnley starting line-up (4-4-2): Heaton; Lowton, Keane, Mee, Ward; Boyd, Hendrick, Barton, Arfield; Barnes, Gray.
  • Liverpool substitutes: Karius, Gomez, Moreno, Lucas, Woodburn, Wilson, Arnold.
  • Liverpool starting line-up (4-3-3): Mignolet; Clyne, Klavan, Matip, Milner; Wijnaldum, Can, Lallana; Mane, Origi, Coutinho.
  • TEAM NEWS: Burnley’s back four is as expected, with Scott Arfield and George Boyd asked to track back on the wings from midfield. Steven Defour is still injured, which means that Joey Barton and Jeff Hendrick feature in the middle of midfield, with Ashley Barnes chosen to partner Andre Gray in a front two. Dyche will have Robbie Brady, Sam Vokes and Ashley Westwood to call upon from the bench.
  • TEAM NEWS: Ragnar Klavan gets a start at centre-back for Liverpool, with James Milner continuing at left-back. Georginio Wijnaldum and Adam Lallana will feature in midfield with Emre Can, with Philippe Coutinho and Sadio Mane flanking Divock Origi up front. The young likes of Joe Gomez, Ben Woodburn, Harry Wilson and Trent Alexander-Arnold are on the bench, as the likes of Roberto Firmino, Jordan Henderson and Daniel Sturridge are injured.
  • The hosts currently find themselves in fourth place, courtesy of Arsenal and Manchester United having played one less game in the Premier League, but Jurgen Klopp’s men can put the pressure on the teams both above and below them with a victory today. They’ve lost just one of their last 21 league contests on home soil, which paints a bleak picture for Burnley.
  • Hello and welcome to live coverage of Liverpool’s home Premier League game against Burnley, in the only instalment of league action that the English top flight has to offer today. Sean Dyche’s men are yet to win away from home in the league this season, and it won’t get any tougher at Anfield!
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