Hull vs Liverpool
Saturday 4th February
After drawing against Chelsea 1-1 midweek, Liverpool look ahead to a crucial matchup against Hull who are 19th in the table. With only one win in the calendar month of January, Liverpool must improve if they want to amount any title bid/getting into the top four this season.
Jurgen Klopp has stated that their aren’t any injury concerns for Saturday’s match which is a big boost for the team.
Meanwhile, Hull are currently sitting 19th and fighting to stay in the Premier League. New manager Marco Silva has given the club a breath of fresh air winning his last three home games, they are also coming off from a 0-0 draw against Manchester United which should boost their confidence. However, the next few games are crucial for Silva and Hull as they face Liverpool and Arsenal in the next few weeks.
New signings Kamil Grosicki and Alfred N’Diaye are in the squad for Saturday’s game whilst Ranocchia is looking for his first team start. Dieumerci Mbokani is also available after coming back from the African Cup of Nations whereas Ahmed Elmohammady is absent and Lazar Markovic misses out against his parent club.