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Liverpool: Reds have more to lose in EFC clash claims Jordan

Liverpool: Reds have more to lose in EFC clash claims Jordan - Liverpool News

Simon Jordan of TalkSport has claimed Liverpool have more to lose in their Premier League clash with Merseyside rivals Everton this Monday.

The Lowdown: Reds struggling

Jurgen Klopp’s side are currently 10th in the Premier League table and have won only two of their last six league matches.

Everton have also had a poor season and are in the bottom three at the moment, but they appear to be on the up in comparison to their Merseyside rivals.

They appointed Sean Dyche as their new manager last month and in his first game in charge they defeated the league leaders Arsenal 1-0 last weekend.

The Latest: A lot at stake

Jordan claimed that the pressure could be on Klopp if his side were to lose to the Toffees this weekend when speaking about the game on TalkSport.

He stated (0:02), “If Klopp gets beat again with such a stinker of a performance that he had recently then the narrative will start to build up the background noise will start to build up that he’s lost it he’s not going to get it back, he’s lost the dressing room.”

“We started to hear rumours about Klopp, which I find totally implausible, about the reality of whether he’s going to fix them right of this problem and if Everton put in another really good performance, but lose that’s less of a challenge.”

The Verdict: An important fixture

The Merseyside derby has always been an important and heated affair for both clubs, but we believe it’s especially important for Jurgen Klopp and his side.

He’s only ever lost once to the Toffees in his time as Liverpool manager, losing to a side that he’s so used to beating could indicate he’s truly under the cosh in our view.

Klopp showed a sign recently that he might be under pressure and the cracks are starting to show, as he verbally lashed out at a journalist who asked him a question regarding the club’s mentality and refused to answer his question.

With the amount of accolades that the German has, you’d think he’d be able to respond to a question thrown at him by a journalist.

A win on Monday at Anfield would be a step in the right direction in our view, as it could hopefully push them up the table depending on the other results this weekend.

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