Fresh from their 3-1 Premier League triumph away at Chelsea on Saturday, Jurgen Klopp’s Reds return to continental competition this week looking to secure their first European win of the group stage.
After three matches, Liverpool sit second in Group B—four points behind Sion and only one ahead of Rubin Kazan and Bordeaux—but have drawn all three games to date.
They certainly haven’t showed the cohesion and confidence they demonstrated against Chelsea on Saturday, and will be desperate to extend their new German coach’s winning run.
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