Burnley-Liverpool (0-3) May 19, 2021 Match preview and statistics

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Liverpool will miss Diogo Jota for the last two Premier League matches of the season, including the Burnley match on Wednesday.

The 2019/20 champions are headed for the season final and still hope to qualify for the Champions League.

As it stands, they are fifth in the table, one point behind Chelsea in fourth and three points behind Leicester in third.

Liverpool’s fate is basically in their hands as Chelsea already play Leicester on Tuesday, which means one or both of those clubs will lose points.

If the Reds win their last two games, they will qualify for the Champions League.

As mentioned above, they will have to compete without Jota in these matches after being ruled out due to a foot injury.

That should give Jurgen Klopp an easy call to include Sadio Mane, Roberto Firmino and Mohamed Salah in third place.

The German had a little falling out with Mane recently after he was disqualified from the Manchester United match, but the Senegalese will return to beat West Bromwich Albion.

In the win over West Bromwich Albion, the winner of the match turned out to be none other than goalkeeper Alison, who headed in the 95th minute to collect all three points for his team.

The Brazilian became the sixth goalkeeper in Premier League history to score a goal, and that would start between the sticks.

Ozan Kabak will not play again this season and maybe not for the club again, which means we have to see a central defensive duo for Nat Phillips and Reese Williams again, with Trent Alexander Arnold and Andy Robertson at full back.

Against West Brom Curtis Jones has been brought in, but it is possible that Jenny Vinaldom will be brought back here alongside Thiago and Fabinho in midfield.

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