Martin Keown: How Liverpool FC will be driving Jurgen Klopp mad

Posted October 17, 2017

Ideally, Klopp would be in a position to rest a couple of key players ahead of another important Premier League clash next weekend - they travel to Wembley to face Tottenham on Sunday - but Liverpool can not afford to drop any more points and must be wary of Maribor, who are unbeaten in their domestic league. That's what I mean when I said we need to be ready for this game tomorrow.

"It was very good, I liked it", Klopp told Liverpool's official website - his side having won one of their last eight matches in all competitions.

Maribor now sit at the bottom of Group E on just one point, while the Reds are second on two, but neither side have won a game yet.

Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp may make "one or two" changes for his side's Champions League group stage clash against Slovenian outfit Maribor on Tuesday (17 October) but has no interest in ringing the changes for a match of vital importance for the Reds.

"With the different style of play, everything what is new is more intense for a new player".

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Incredibly Jurgen Klopp's side have had more shots in the Premier League than leaders Manchester City but have scored 16 fewer goals. "I can not now mention it if I need it and then when I don't need it then I say it's not important", continued the boss.

Due to Klopp's rotation policy Karius has not played since then but needs to put in a dominant, confident display in order to prevent more questions about his suitability for such high-profile games.

"We let him run so far, let him do what he is naturally good at and it will take time but it's all good". They usually have to attack, they are the top team in Slovenia.

He reflected upon Maribor's creativity which requires Liverpool "to be concentrated" at the back, declaring: "In some moments they will be compact and together, we have to do the same".

"Now we have twice Maribor and know we know what we have to do - we have to get the points".