Liverpool will return to Anfield this Saturday looking to record their first win of the season when they play Bournemouth.
Venue: Anfield (Liverpool)
Liverpool have conceded first in each of their last seven league games.
The Reds have kept one clean sheet from their last ten games.
They have lost only one of their last 33 PL games against newly-promoted opposition (W26, D6).
Bournemouth have won only two of their last 17 PL away fixtures (D1, L14) whilst failing to score on nine occasions.
Bournemouth coach Scott Parker is the last manager to travel to Anfield and pick up a Premier League win.
The visitors have lost their last six games against Liverpool while conceding 19 times.
Head to head
Liverpool have only lost once in the Premier League era to Bournemouth, winning eight of the ten head-to-head league meetings between both sides (D1).
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Liverpool’s terrible run of form continued into game week three as they were soundly beaten by their old foes Manchester United at Old Trafford.
The Reds who have drawn their opening two games of the campaign have struggled with injuries and suspension, leaving them with just two points after three games.
Their title hopes are already being written off by many and if they fail to find victory in their opening four league matches for only the second time in their PL history, it may already be the final nail in that coffin.
They will be desperate to return to winning ways at Anfield when they remain unbeaten in over a year. Jurgen Klopp’s men, despite their struggles, have lost just one of their last 22 league games.
Having won each of their last six league meetings with Bournemouth and keeping five clean sheets, they will come into this tie confident of getting a good result against a Bournemouth side that is equally struggling to get wins.
Possible Liverpool starting line-up
Alisson Becker; Trent Alexander-Arnold, Joe Gomez, Virgil van Dijk, Andy Robertson; Fabinho, Naby Keita, Harvey Elliot; Luis Diaz, Mohamed Salah, Roberto Firmino.
Injured: Thiago Alcantara, Curtis Jones, Ibrahima Konate, Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, Joel Matip, Calvin Ramsay
Doubtful: Caoimhin Kelleher
Suspended: Darwin Nunez
Bournemouth’s harsh run of fixtures continues this Saturday when they travel to Anfield.
The visitors have already played Manchester City and Arsenal in their last two games and will now travel to Merseyside looking to take points off another member of the top six in just their fourth week of the new season.
Having conceded seven times in their last two games against City (4-0) and Arsenal (3-0), Scott Parker will be hoping that his side can produce a miracle akin to the one his Fulham side produced at Anfield two seasons ago.
But given that his men have conceded 19 times in their last five meetings with Liverpool, scoring just once, he will have to set up his men to be more solid defensively to stand a chance against a Liverpool team that almost always score in front of their home fans.
Possible Bournemouth starting line-up
Mark Travers; Chris Mepham, Marcos Senesi, Lloyd Kelly; Jefferson Lerma; Adam Smith, Ben Pearson, Marcus Tavernier, Jordan Zemura; Philip Billing, Kieffer Moore.
Injured: David Brooks, Ryan Fredericks, Joe Rothwell
Doubtful: Dominic Solanke
Liverpool 2-0 Bournemouth