Jurgen Klopp already wants a piece of Man City next season

The Baggies have nothing to lose, which could be a positive, but could also be risky against Liverpool's attacking trio, should all three play ahead of Tuesday's big game.

All may not be lost for West Brom after all. Only a miracle can save them now, but we don't expect them to make things easy for the Reds.

Now top on 30 goals for the season, Tottenham's Kane is just four goals behind with four games left to play.

Jake Livermore was superb in the game against United and will hope to put in a similar performance this weekend.

With Mohamed Salah recently becoming the African with most goals in a Premier League campaign, here are six more records, including two held by Cristiano Ronaldo, the Liverpool winger can still break this season.

But it's vital the Reds are fully focussed to earn a win which would retain full control of a top-four spot and positive momentum ahead of Tuesday's crunch tie.

Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp may opt to rotate his squad ahead of next week's Champions League semi-final.

The Baggies are now nine points away from safety with just four games left this season. Here is why Liverpool need to worry about West Brom.

The pairings of Salah/Firmino and Salah/Mane have every mixed for seven Premier League objectives this season, simply three in need of the Premier League file for one duo in a single season for Liverpool (10 - Fowler/Collymore in 1995-96).

Their position remains dire as they are bottom of the table on 24 points, nine points from safety with just four games to play.

The 28-year-old English attacking midfielder has now scored three times in West Brom's last four league games, taking his goal tally across all competitions this season to 11.

Adam Lallana, Emre Can and Joel Matip will not feature in the game as they've long-term injuries.

Nathaniel Clyne is a doubt for Liverpool with a thigh problem, but Dejan Lovren and Joe Gomez are back in training.

Yet Klopp believes "the best years are coming" for his own players and insisted Liverpool would not be cowed by the task of trying to end City's supremacy.

Here's how we predict West Brom to line up...

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Mohamed Salah has made comments about his time as a Chelsea player, in an interview with Sky Sports.

  • Julie Sanders