It needed a stunning solo goal from Eden Hazard to seal Chelsea's progress in the Carabao Cup two days ago. Now, the two teams face each other in this weekend's Premier league.
Liverpool will go five points clear of Chelsea on Saturday as the Reds look to continue their 100% record in the league. Chelsea have won five and drawn one so far this season. Man City have the same record as Chelsea but with a +6 goal difference.
Klopp felt Liverpool were unlucky mid-week:
"We had the bigger chances, that’s the good news, but still we lost. The result is the most important thing but the performance is pretty important as well, especially for the analysis. We have learned a lot from that game"
Virgil van Dijk will likely miss the game, which could be huge blow for Liverpool. The Dutchman has added a solidity to the team since his arrival earlier in the year.
Despite the Carabao defeat Liverpool remain favourites for this match:
Last year's goal machine, Salah has the shortest odds to score anytime, but in-form Hazard is close behind.
Odds to score anytime
Most games between these two teams are incredibly close.
5 out of the last 10 matches between Liverpool and Chelsea have ended in a 1-1 draw.
This is truly incredible stat. Gone are the days of 2009.
So, what are the odds of a draw occurring again?