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Liverpool and Swansea City will go head to head this weekend, in the Barclays Premier League. The two teams will meet in the Anfield Stadium on Saturday afternoon.
Liverpool's form in the recent weeks has taken a slight drop - an otherwise feat that would've landed them remarkably close to the league leaders Chelsea. At the moment, they are the third place with 45 points, still seven points behind. It all began when they were held to a 2-2 draw against Sunderland. Considering that their next match ended in a 1-1 draw against Manchester United, it was only natural for them to drop a couple of points.
Nonetheless, this is a match where they should resume their winning ways, given that they are facing the bottom placed Swansea City. The Swans have lost six of their last five matches, while conceding a minimum of three goals in five of them. This, when put in comparison with Liverpool's unbeaten record of 17 matches at home, is certainly a distressing fact for the visitors.
Even considering their head to head record, Liverpool have won their last five home fixtures against Swansea. This is going to be an easy win for the hosts, who should be able to get away with three points comfortably.
Liverpool will host Swansea City at Anfield in what promises to be a good game. This game is scheduled to be played on Sunday, November 29 at 16:15 hours BST.
Jurgen Klopp has had a very positive impact on the players and they have taken to his playing style very quickly. Having beaten Manchester City 4-1 last weekend, we can expect them to come out all guns blazing in this game too. He should have a fully fit squad with Daniel Sturridge and Jordan Henderson back in contention. Phillipe Couthino and Roberto Firmino have started combining well and pose a great threat.
Swansea City have been below par which has cause the future of their manager, Gary Monk, to hang in the balance. They have been unable to put together a string on positive results. Players like Jonjo Shelvey, Betafimbi Gomis and Su Ki have been missing. They will not find it easy to come out with anything in this away game.
Liverpool should win this game and push towards the top four, closer to somewhere, where they will be looking to finish this season.
Many would argue that Liverpool is back on track playing the exciting and fast paced football that they were last season. They will face Swansea City at Anfield at 20:00 hours BST. This will be the final game of the calendar year.
Reverting back to the 3-5-2 formation has proved to be a good idea for Brendan Rogers. With the availability of Mario Balotelli and a highly creative midfield, Liverpool could finally string a few positive results getting their season back on track. Steven Gerrard holds the key in midfield, but with games coming thick and fast, the 34 year old central figure may be rested.
Swansea City will be hoping to continue their push for a top four spot with a victory against Liverpool. Similar to last season, the Red looked good attacking but remain shaky at the back. Wilfried Bony will be hoping to exploit just that and will hope to score against a team that seemed to want his services last summer.
This game may be one of the most exiting of the weekend given that they could match each other in almost all aspects of the game. However, with the game at Anfield, the Red surely have the upper hand.
After a disappointing FA Cup exit last weekend, Liverpool will refocus their attention on the league when they host Swansea. Use your exclusive membership with Free-football.tv and watch Liverpool vs Swansea City live on your computer.
The Reds were beaten 2-1 by Arsenal in the FA Cup, a somewhat surprising result given that they had thrashed the Gunners 5-1 only weeks before. Brendan Rodgers’ side had their chances, with Daniel Sturridge missing three that he would otherwise have taken on another day. Daniel Agger missed a free header on goal late in the game and all those missed chances came to haunt the Reds as they bowed out of the competition.
Like Liverpool, Swansea also made an exit from the FA Cup as they fell to the Reds’ Merseyside rivals Everton 3-1. Jonathan de Guzman scored their only goal of the afternoon. Swansea are 10th in the table with 28 points, while Liverpool are in fourth with 53 to their name.
The loss to Arsenal was Liverpool’s first in ten games. The Reds will be fancied to take this, especially as Swansea will be taking the field barely 3 days after a taxing Europa League clash against Napoli.
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