What a wonderful day for some soccer! Liverpool is in the thick of it, chasing the top of the Premier League table. Will their meeting with Swansea City on Oct. 1 bring them one step closer or send them tumbling down? Click to watch this match!
Liverpool has been experiencing some early season success, keeping up with Arsenal, Tottenham and Manchester City. When The Reds arrive at Liberty Stadium on Oct. 1 for their match with hosts Swansea City, they’ll look to get a leg-up on the competition by kicking the ball deep within The Swans’ net. The game begins at 7:30 AM ET, proving that it’s never too early to see some of the best soccer around.
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It seems Jurgen Klopp’s decision to “get mad” worked out. Ahead of The Reds game against Hull City, the 49-year-old said he and the boys from Anfield had to “be angry…because they want our points.” Seems they hulked up, because they smashed the Tigers, 5-1. Even though they’re the favorites going into the game, Jurgen’s not letting his team sleep on the Swans.
“We will be prepared for this game,” he told the BBC. We know about the quality of Swansea. We lost there last year after coming back from Villarreal…Now we have no excuses. We have time to recover, time to prepare and time to analyze.”
Jurgen hasn’t forgotten the 3-1 defeat in the 2015-16 season. However, things have changed drastically for both teams. The Swans are in a bit of a skid. They actually gave their supporters a glimmer of hope at the start of the season, pulling off an impressive 1-0 victory against Burnley in the opener, per SBS. Yet, their luck has since turned sour, as the Swans lost four games (and a draw) since then.
While Liverpool is on the path to compete for the Premier League title, Swansea needs to focus on avoiding relegation down the lower leagues. Going in this game, they’re currently at 17th place, just above West Ham, Stoke City and Sunderland. Though there’s plenty of Premier League ahead of them, they need to get their act together ASAP.
Who do you think will win this game, HollywoodLifers? Are you living for Liverpool’s current run or are you supporting Swansea City?