Klopp is ‘smiley’ and calm - Liverpool defender Robertson

Postado Fevereiro 12, 2019

And I certainly don't see many defences keeping them quiet at the other end. I think that's how it will have to be for Liverpool.

The 24-year-old was disruptive in his defensive responsibilities and played a part in attack, too, always looking forward and initiating offensive moves. In the morning I was still weak and had diarrhoea.

"The tablets helped a lot but even at half-time I had to run off to get to the toilet. I ran inside and I managed to control it!"

"But if we had been told that at the beginning (of the season) you will have this kind of points (65) everyone would have taken it".

It also suggests that they feel the tension coming from the stands as much as we all do, but the trick is how that can be harnessed.

That top six has now been split up, with five points separating Manchester City, Liverpool and Tottenham, and fourth-placed Manchester United a huge nine points behind them.

Between the two teams, its hard to pick in terms of quality but when it comes to managers, Pep is just in a different league to anyone else on the planet and I can see his City side lifting more than one trophy come the end of the season.

However, this is not the case in the Championship as teams go out looking to win every game and this subsequently leads to some of the games of the season.

Liverpool head to Marbella for a warm-weather training break as they are not involved in next weekend's FA Cup, meaning they return to action in the Champions League at home to Bayern Munich on February 19.

"But I don't think it was because of the Champions League".

Wijnaldum, who cost Liverpool a reported £22 million ($28 million) when he signed from Newcastle in 2016, is optimistic they can cope with competing on two fronts.

'It's been hard for us, personally I think it's not just a home form and away form, I think it's just inconsistencies, ' he said. In that time Neville has won eight Premier League titles for Manchester United and knows what it takes to come out on top in a tense title race.

It's not just the title that's up for grabs in the Championship either because the team that finishes second gets automatic promotion to the Premier League, with positions third to sixth competing in a play-off for promotion.