Schlupp out of Leicester - Liverpool showdown


Jurgen Klopp could pick any number of players as standouts when he takes to Melwood to analyse his side's performance, but it was Firmino who arguably shone the brightest at Anfield.

First match at home (for Liverpool), new stand and I think we started well but after the first goal we lost our counter and they played so well.

Ranieri will be hoping for a morale-boosting victory against Jurgen Klopp's Reds before the Foxes make their Champions League bow against at Club Brugge on Wednesday evening.

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"The quicker we can get over this the better", he said.

But if they needed to come back down to earth with a bump after last season's Premier League success, then this term is providing them with ample opportunity.

Leicester City midfielder Jeffrey Schlupp will not be available for selection when they face Liverpool in an away fixture on Saturday. "I am responsible for our bad performances, they are responsible for the good performances".

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"I don't like to celebrate like something special has just happened - that is what I expect from us and we have to show it".

"They were a little bit better than us and we didn't reach the standard we know we can".

The Reds may have history on their side, but so far they have conceded six goals in three games. "I thought it was a good challenge for us today because I know we can be really strong".

Speaking ahead of the game, Babb told Liverpool's official website that while he expects a tough match, he believes that this Liverpool team could beat anybody.

"We have a Champions League game to look forward to, we will wipe the slate clean and work on that". It would be really nice if you could stop please!

Liverpool restored their lead 10 minutes into the second half, as Georginio Wijnaldum turned provider to tee up Adam Lallana, who rifled the ball into the top corner from the edge of the box. Everything they tried to do was okay and it was hard for us.