Burnley will be visiting Anfield this weekend, and Liverpool will have a week to recover from last week’s loss to Arsenal.

Last Sunday marked mere two league losses for Jurgen Klopp’s squad this season; the only other setback occurred in September when Spurs defeated them in North London.

Vincent Kompany’s squad rallied from a 2-0 deficit to salvage a point from Fulham in a 2-2 draw, whereas the Reds’ title hopes were dealt one of their most severe defeats to date in a 3-1 loss to Arsenal last weekend.

Top 3 marketsBest odds at bookmakers
Liverpool to win: ⚽1.20 at Bet9ja
Over 3.5 goals:  🥅1.90 at Sportybet
Darwin Nunez to score anytime: ✅1.85 at 1xbet

Liverpool and Burnley: Previous Games 

Last time out, Liverpool were defeated 3-1 by Arsenal in a Premier League encounter at Emirates Stadium. Despite possessing 57% of the ball, Liverpool managed only one shot on goal.

After their Premier League draw with Fulham, Burnley will enter this match on a high note. David Datro Fofana scored both goals for Burnley at Turf Moor.

Last time they met Burnley, Liverpool came out on top. This match at Turf Moor ended in a Liverpool victory.

Burnley has won once over the last eight meetings, and Liverpool has won six times. The other clash between the teams was a draw.

Probable Liverpool Lineup

Alisson; Alexander-Arnold, Quansah, Van Dijk, Robertson; Jones, Endo, Mac Allister; Jota, Nunez, Diaz

Probable Burnley Lineup

Trafford; Assignon, O’Shea, Esteve, Vitinho; Gudmundsson, Berge, Brownhill, Odobert; Datro Fofana, Foster

Betting tips: Liverpool x Burnley

Check out our predictions of the day for Liverpool vs. Burnley

Prediction 1: Liverpool  x Burnley / Liverpool to win

Despite suffering a disjointed loss in north London in their previous match, Liverpool should return to winning ways at Anfield against Burnley. On Merseyside, the Clarets’ determination to play out from the back may prove to be their undoing, given that the Reds have won their last four meetings with the Clarets without conceding.

Midfielder Thiago and Wataru Endo’s returns will strengthen Klopp’s options, as Liverpool have won every home game in all competitions this season. It’s doubtful that this will change on Saturday, and Liverpool ought to win all three points.

Prediction 2: Liverpool x Burnley   /  Over 3.5 Goals

When Liverpool came to Turf Moor over the holidays, Burnley played well. Given Liverpool’s home goal-scoring tendencies and Burnley’s goal-scoring prowess on the road, it’s likely that neither team will be able to keep a clean sheet this weekend.

But Klopp’s squad comes to Anfield roaring with a point to prove, and the injured hosts are anticipated to score many goals against their relegation-threatened opponents.

Prediction 3: Liverpool x Burnley /  Darwin Nunez to score anytime

Darwin Nunez was only a sub at Arsenal but could get the nod to start on Saturday to score anytime and add to the 16 goals he has scored for club and country this season.