Gooooaaaaaal! Liverpool is ready to break out and take control of the Premier League, while Hull City would be happy with a win. These two soccer squads clash on Sept. 24 and it’s going to be wild. Don’t dare miss a second of this match — click to watch.
Liverpool currently sits at 6th place in the Premier League, and The Reds are nipping at the heels of Chelsea, Arsenal and Tottenham. A victory over Hull City could launch Liverpool up past their EPL rivals. Yet, could the Tigers be the ones who make a snack out of the Reds when they roll into Anfield for this match? The game kicks off at 10:00 AM EST so be ready to watch every kick, save and goal!
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For manager Jurgen Klopp, it’s time for Liverpool to stop being nice and start getting mad! “We have to be angry against Hull because they want our points,” the 49-year-old ex-player said ahead of the game, per The Telegraph. “That makes me angry so it’s easy for me.” Sounds like Jurgen’s been listening to Public Image Limited’s “Rise” on repeat as he thinks “Anger is an energy.” Well, such fury may just power his side over Hull City.
Instead of P.i.L, Hull City might prefer John Lydon’s (aka Johnny Rotten, 60) earlier work with the Sex Pistols, as the squad has been causing a little “Anarchy In The U.K.” soccer scene. The team is back in the Premier League after getting relegated at the end of the 2014-15 season. Though Hull City are sitting at 12th place in the EPL, they reached some major success in the English Football League Cup, per ESPN. Ryan Mason, 25, and Markus Henriksen, 24, knocked out rivals Stoke City, allowing the Tigers to reach the Round of 16.
The success of the Tigers isn’t a surprise to Jurgen. “Hull are ready for the Premier League,” Liverpool’s manager said. “They have a very experienced Coach and a squad with a great attitude.” Hull’s manager, Mike Phelan, 53, might use that vote of confidence to lead his Tigers to victory over the Reds. That definitely would give Jurgen a reason to be angry, wouldn’t it?
Who do you think will win this game, HollywoodLifers? Do you think Hull City will steal a win from Liverpool or will the Reds tame the Tigers while at Anfield?