The Premier League Champions set to celebrate their first win after 30 years of waiting at Anfield this Wednesday. However, the side has to register another win against side Chelsea. The clash schedules for 8:15 GMT.
Liverpool sets to celebrate their 19th English Premier League this Wednesday in case everything goes to plan. It has been a remarkable season for Jurgen Klopp has won the Champions League in the previous season.
Chelsea has the most to lose from the match with Manchester United and Leicester City closely eyeing a top-four finish. The Blues are currently third on the table with 63 points, one point behind side Man United and Leicester City.
Frank Lampard sets his hopes high given on the final day of the Premier League will see rivals Red Devils face the Foxes. Either way, Frank Lampard will secure a comfortable top-four finish given his wins at Anfield.
Frank Lampard will build hope following the win to Arsenal in their last outing. However, Klopp will be looking for a win to top off the day’s celebrations. The side showed weaknesses in their previous defeat with defensive errors leading to a loss.
The side comes off a victorious FA semi-finals win against Manchester United. The win secures the Blues a ticket to the FA Cup finals against Arsenal at Wembley Stadium. Will Lampard share the spoils for the league champions?
Liverpool vs. Chelsea Head to Head
Both sides have 45 games against each other in league with Liverpool taking home 16 wins with the Blues with 17 wins. Here is a look at their previous encounters:
Arsenal 2-1 Liverpool
Liverpool 1-1 Burnley
Brighton 1-3 Liverpool
Liverpool 2-0 Aston Villa
Manchester City 4-0 Liverpool
Chelsea 1-0 Norwich City
Sheffield United 3-0 Chelsea
Crystal Palace 2-3 Chelsea
Chelsea 3-0 Watford
West Ham 3-2 Chelsea
Liverpool Team News
Midfielder James Milner is back in contention after recovering from a short term injury. Long term absentees for the side include Henderson and Joel Matip. It remains a doubt whether out of contract, Lallana will feature for the Blues for the last time at Anfield.
Chelsea Team News
Midfielder Ng’olo Kante continues to remain on the sidelines after a bout of injury. The Frenchman missed out on their clash with Man United. Forward Girou sets to lead the attacking line after a series of impressive performances. Long term absentees for the club include youngster Gilmour.
Prediction and Odds
We expect a heated encounter between both sides, with Liverpool aiming for a flawless finish and Chelsea a tight spot in the top four.
Both Teams to Score
Goals Under 2.5