Liverpool legend Barnes says Klopp doesn't need to win trophies yet

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The Reds resume their Premier League campaign on Saturday after the global break, looking to extend their unbeaten start to 2018/19.

Two months after completing his move from the Potters to join the Reds, Carragher praised Shaqiri's impact on Liverpool's League performances so far this season despite his few minutes. They have very good players and a great manager.

"They've still got a really strong squad so it's not as if you're putting kids in, but the Premier League would certainly be the priority for me".

Keita was snapped up by Liverpool past year from RB Leipzig but with the condition he remained with the German side until this season.

"But as starts go, you can't ask for anything more and I do think we can get better".

Former Manchester United star Neville had said: "The Champions League - if I was Liverpool, I would kick it into touch".

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"I expect both teams to score as they usually do in this fixture, but I'll have to edge towards Liverpool to win it".

Alisson arrived at Anfield as Liverpool FC began searching for a new shot-stopper after Loris Karius' high-profile mistakes in the Champions League final against Real Madrid back in May. The team looks very balanced and it's going to be very tough for Tottenham, despite home advantage.

"The football they are playing under Jurgen Klopp, it's fantastic". The Watford crowd will be well up for it after the run they have been on, but United will have a plan and if they can be calm and control the game, it should be enough for three points.

United got back on track with a comfortable win at Burnley before the worldwide break to calm the storm surrounding Jose Mourinho's future.

In midfield, Spurs have the option of recalling Eric Dier to play alongside Mousa Dembele in a double pivot if they revert to a 4-2-3-1 system, though they have been playing a 3-5-2 most recently.

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