Liverpool travel to Swansea tomorrow lunch time in what could prove to be Swansea boss Francesco Guidolin’s last game in charge of the club.
He has admitted this week that the pressure is starting to build and that it could be his last game at the helm.
The reds are being tipped for a title charge this year after an impressive start.
Their attacking football has been outstanding and if they can keep it going against the smaller teams this year then they may well be in with a shout.
Swansea however haven’t recorded a Premier League win in five games and their confidence is visibly knocked.
Klopp will be missing Divock Origi but is set to welcome back Dejan Lovren and Daniel Sturridge.
The Swans will give Federico Fernandez a late fitness test after he missed last weekend’s loss to Manchester City.
On paper, this should be an easy win for Liverpool who have won their previous four games scoring fourteen goals while Swansea have not won in five.
The Swans will be buoyed from their performance against Manchester City last week even if they did end up losing the game.