Liverpool ready to win titles, says Sarri

Posted September 30, 2018

Asked about Liverpool's failure to win the league for so long, Sarri added: "It's very unusual but I think the important thing is now they are ready". I thought I knew a lot about football.

The Reds are the only team with a 100 per-cent record in the league but they were powerless to prevent Hazard inspiring Chelsea to a cup win, his free-kick helping to force the equaliser before a stunning 85th-minute victor.

"Day to day in training you see what he can do and he produces the goods like he did in this game, he is a fantastic player". From the physical point of view, from the mental point of view, because I think he has the opportunity to improve more. "I am at a massive club in Chelsea and we are going to challenge for all the titles this season".

That contributed to a slow start at Chelsea and cost Barkley his England place ahead of the World Cup but the 24-year-old is confident that, with more game time under Sarri, his global prospects will improve along with his form. "I think maybe they can increase their determination after Wednesday".

Hazard's dazzling form has further strengthened his hand in any future contract talks with Chelsea, who are desperate to tie him down to a long-term extension.

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Chelsea are set to welcome Antonio Rudiger back in to the squad as he's expected to recover from a minor knock while Pedro and Ruben Loftus-Cheek will be handed late fitness tests after missing the last two games through injury.

"More possession means more chances to create openings or to dribble your opponent and get shots in on goal".

"Sarri is a manager who likes to have the ball".

"I know, of course, we've signed a new goalkeeper (Alisson was recruited over the summer). In the end, that's the most important thing".

"It will be intense", said Klopp.

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Cahill has hardly played this season, but Sarri has urged the former England defender to bide his time before making any decisions.

For Liverpool, this is the biggest Premier League of the season so far.

And Fabregas thinks that while Chelsea held all he cards in the summer window just gone, they may find it more hard to stave off the European champions in 2019.

Even Chelsea fans only gave Moses 4% of votes in the man of the match poll that close on Thursday.

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