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Report | November 12
3 - 1
|Roberto Firmino 6||Che Adams 9|
|Darwin Núñez 21, 42|
Roberto Firmino scored the match's first goal for Liverpool in the 6th minute after a set up by Andrew Robertson. Southampton's Che Adams responded with a tying goal in the 9th minute. With the match tied at 1-1, Liverpool's Darwin Núñez broke the tie with a 21st minute strike. Núñez added another in the 42nd to secure the win.
Andrew Robertson posed a threat out wide all game, registering 9 crosses. The Reds completed 221 more passes than Saints, controlling the ball throughout and enabling them to take the win. For Southampton, it was a frustrating game for Adam Armstrong, who only registered 16 touches of the ball.
Liverpool make it back-to-back wins. Meanwhile, Southampton's woeful losing run continues.
|Darwin Núñez||Andrew Robertson|
|2 goals scored||Assisted 2 goals|
|Took 3 shots (2nd on their team)||9 crosses (1st in the game)|
Both squads play next on Monday, December 26th. Liverpool meet Villa at Villa Park, while Southampton will be looking to cause an upset against Brighton. Can the Reds make it three wins in a row? Will Saints halt their terrible form?
Preview | November 12
Southampton head to Anfield with dreams of ending their streak of two straight Premier League defeats with a victory over Liverpool. A change in fortunes for Saints could see them jump Bournemouth and move into 17th place. That is far from a certainty for Southampton, who were defeated by the Reds 1-2 in their last league meeting.
Liverpool come into the match having recorded 3 wins, 2 losses, and 0 draws in recent form. They hold a mid-table position of 8th. With an average of 1.9 xG (expected goals) per game, Liverpool rank 2nd in the league and they're clearly one of the most clinical sides in the league. For opportunities at goal, Trent Alexander-Arnold stands out. He has been a top playmaker this season with 53 passes into the box over the year (3rd in the EPL). On the attacking side, Mohamed Salah has been their leader this season with 46 shots taken (4th in the EPL).
Southampton are winless in their last 3 matches and will look to stop the rot in this match. Creating chances and scoring goals has been a big problem for Southampton recently. Their average xG of 0.9 over the last 5 matches has been 4th lowest in the league. On the defensive side, Mohammed Salisu will be in the spotlight. He currently leads the team with 20 tackles won (11th in the EPL). Romain Perraud is one more player to keep an eye on. He has been their top setup man this season with two assists (29th in the EPL).
Liverpool-Southampton Prediction: 2-0
Unsurprisingly Liverpool's robust defence should help them secure another home win.
Did you know? In 1998 Southampton visited Liverpool and won 3-2. That stands as the most goals the Reds have conceded at home to Saints in the history of this matchup in the Premier League.
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Report | November 6
1 - 2
|Harry Kane 70||Mohamed Salah 11, 40|
Mohamed Salah put Liverpool 1-0 up in the 11th minute. Salah then added one more in the 40th minute. Harry Kane got Tottenham within one score with a 70th minute strike, but Liverpool held on for three points.
Andrew Robertson continually probed down the flank, getting 8 crosses into the box. The Reds had a small but notable advantage in the passing department, racking up 608 completed passes compared to Spurs' 519.
Tottenham's mixed form continues. Meanwhile, Liverpool are back on the up.
|Mohamed Salah||Ivan Perišić|
|2 goals scored||14 crosses (7th in the Premier League)|
|Drew 1 foul (2nd on their team)||3 corners won (20th in the Premier League)|
Both squads play next on Saturday, November 12th. Tottenham take on Leeds at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, while Liverpool meet Southampton at Anfield. Can Spurs improve their form? Will this be the start of a winning streak for the Reds?
Report | October 29
1 - 2
|Mohamed Salah 14||Rodrigo 4|
|Crysencio Summerville 89|
Rodrigo scored the match's first goal for Leeds in the 4th minute. Liverpool's Mohamed Salah retaliated with a tying goal in the 14th minute. With the scores level, Crysencio Summerville netted a timely 89th minute goal that proved to be the difference, securing Leeds all three points.
For Liverpool, Trent Alexander-Arnold pushed hard to create chances, but his 13 crosses weren't enough to affect the outcome. The Reds may have lost but their technical prowess was on show throughout; they completed 354 more passes than the Whites.
It's another loss for Liverpool, who'll hope to turn things around quicky. Meanwhile, Leeds finally get a win.
|Illan Meslier||Mohamed Salah|
|Allowed 1 goal||Took 7 shots (6th in the Premier League)|
|Saved 9 shots||Had 3 shots on target (15th in the Premier League)|
Next up, Liverpool take on Tottenham at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium on Sunday, November 6th. While Leeds take on Bournemouth at Elland Road on Saturday, November 5th. Can the Reds get out of this rough patch? Will this be the start of a winning streak for the Whites?
Report | October 22
1 - 0
|Taiwo Awoniyi 55|
After a scoreless first 45 minutes, Taiwo Awoniyi opened the score for Forest in the 55th minute. This lone goal proved decisive, as Forest held on to beat Liverpool and take all three points.
Ryan Yates was a frequent offender, committing 5 fouls. For Liverpool, Andrew Robertson pushed hard to create chances, but his 10 crosses weren't enough to affect the outcome. The Reds couldn't get the win despite dominating the ball, completing 438 more passes than the Tricky Trees.
Forest bag a win. Meanwhile, Liverpool's winning run comes to an end.
|Earned a clean sheet||Allowed 1 goal|
|Saved 7 shots||Saved 6 shots|
Next up, there's no let up for Forest as they’re faced with the prospect of a high-flying Arsenal side on Sunday, October 30th. While Liverpool meet Leeds at Anfield on Saturday, October 29th. Can the Tricky Trees win again? Will the Reds put this disappointment behind them?
Report | October 19
1 - 0
West Ham United
|Darwin Núñez 22|
Darwin Núñez began the scoring for Liverpool in the 22nd minute after a set up by Kostas Tsimikas. This lone goal proved to be the difference, as Liverpool took all three points from West Ham.
Kostas Tsimikas posed a threat out wide all game, registering 8 crosses. While the passing game was fairly consistent, the Reds had a slight advantage, clocking up 601 completed passes compared to the Hammers' 513. For West Ham, Gianluca Scamacca only touched the ball 17 times, cutting a frustrated figure up front.
Liverpool make it two wins in two. Meanwhile, West Ham's mixed form continues.
|Darwin Núñez||Łukasz Fabiański|
|Took 6 shots (9th in the Premier League)||Allowed 1 goal|
|Had 3 shots on target (13th in the Premier League)||Saved 6 shots|
Next up, Liverpool take on Forest at the City Ground on Saturday, October 22nd. While West Ham meet Bournemouth at the London Stadium on Monday, October 24th. Can the Reds make it three wins in a row? Will the Hammers improve their form?
Report | October 16
1 - 0
|Mohamed Salah 76|
After being locked in a goalless stalemate for the first 45 minutes, Mohamed Salah scored the match's first goal for Liverpool in the 76th minute after a set up by Alisson. This lone goal proved decisive, as Liverpool kept Man City out for the rest of the game to take the three points.
James Milner and Andrew Robertson posed a threat out wide all game, each registering 5 crosses. City may have lost but their technical prowess was on show throughout; they completed 305 more passes than the Reds.
Liverpool are back to winning ways. Meanwhile, Man City end their winning streak by tasting defeat.
|Earned a clean sheet||Had 4 shots on target (3rd in the Premier League)|
|Saved 6 shots||Took 6 shots (9th in the Premier League)|
Both squads play next on Wednesday, October 19th. Liverpool meet West Ham at Anfield, while Man City prepare for a pivotal clash against Arsenal. Can the Reds win again? Will City put this disappointment behind them?
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