A newly confident Liverpool travel to the Vitality Stadium tomorrow as they seek to build their momentum even more after their historic 7-0 victory against Manchester United last weekend. The Reds have kept 3 clean sheets in a row as they climb upwards in the Premier League table.
Liverpool are now in 5th place, 3 points behind Spurs in 4th with a game in hand. Top 4 is thoroughly in sight for Jurgen Klopp’s side if they can continue this run of domestic form.
Bournemouth were heartbroken after failing to get a point at The Emirates last weekend. The Cherries took the lead twice and looked quite dangerous on the counter but ultimately failed to guard their goal from the onslaught of attacks by the Premier League leaders Arsenal, who won the game in the most dramatic fashion with a 97th minute volley from Reiss Nelson to make it 3-2 to the Gunners.
Bournemouth sit dead bottom of the table and have to start getting results quick if they wish to save themselves from relegation.
Liverpool will be without Luis Diaz, Thiago Alcantara, Arthur Melo, Joe Gomez, Calvin Ramsay and Naby Keita’s fitness is a doubt.
Bournemouth are without several key players with Ilya Zabarnyi, Marcus Tavernier, Lloyd Kelly, Matias Vina, David Brooks and Junior Stanislas all ruled out.
The last meeting between the two sides ended astonishingly Liverpool 9-0 Bournemouth. The Cherries will be hoping for a much better performance on their home ground.
What channel is it on?
The game will kick off at 12:30pm tomorrow and will be broadcast on BT Sport.
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