Liverpool: Two ways our midfield & attack could lineup vs Burnley

Simon Mignolet

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Klopp's frustration was in stark contrast to Dyche who, having seen his team collect just seven points away from home all last season, has now seen them garner five points from their first three away games - tricky visits to Chelsea, Tottenham and Anfield.

But going into the start of last season the Wales global was searching for that elusive first goal in the Premier League after 27 appearances, many of them off the bench, for Wolves and Burnley.

Burnley caught Klopp's side napping after a slow-burning start to the game, when Scott Arfield latched onto Robert Brady's looping header and hammered home in the 28th minute. But they couldn't. There were three penalty shouts - two involving Salah and one with Roberto Firmino - and they had 30 more shots in total than their opponents. However, it's always a tough task at Anfield, and the Clarets have lost their last four outings against Liverpool in all competitions.

Philippe Coutinho returned to make his first Premier League appearance of the season after submitting a transfer request in August, but the Barcelona target's numerous wayward efforts summed up the Liverpool's day.

It has cost them points for the second time this week, following the 2-2 draw with Sevilla in the Champions League.

And it was required after Burnley scored with their only shot of the first half.

Miscommunication between Klavan and Can led to a Burnley corner.

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Liverpool drew 1-1 with Burnley.

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While the wing backs will nearly certainly need to be rested during busy periods in the club's schedule, he could potentially use the same central pair for the vast majority of Liverpool's fixtures, injuries permitting.

The Reds pushed for a second and Daniel Sturridge just missed out on James Milner's cross late in the half.

They were unlucky, perhaps, not to see a late flurry of chances produce a winning goal, but by the final whistle, Anfield regulars were left asking the usual questions.

Ben Mee nearly gave the Clarets the lead on two occasions within a minute, with Matip making a last-gasp on the line block from the defender's header, before Mignolet made a super save to keep an effort from the resulting corner out the net.

Klopp admitted it would have "been typical" for Liverpool had they scored from either or both of those chances and that is the problem - being so commanding without killing off a game is too much of a distinctive trait for the Merseysiders.

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