Published: Sat, May 13, 2017
Sport | By Cecil Buchanan

Daniel Sturridge ready for Liverpool starting spot, says Jurgen Klopp

Daniel Sturridge ready for Liverpool starting spot, says Jurgen Klopp

Liverpool boss, Jurgen Klopp, has confirmed that he could call on the pair of Daniel Sturridge and Adam Lallana for his side's Premier League game against West Ham United on Sunday, reports.

"It means a lot to me because I've had a hard season and I've been working all season just to be my best and play my best and hopefully it has shown", he said. For all of us, it was unlucky that, at important moments, he was not available.

"But they are experienced, cold as ice and they get the points". If the unit can continue to play as they have been, it will be huge for the Reds.

"But the good thing is, we have had many injuries this season". "You have to look at the games we played against Chelsea".

"Because it is Jordan and he has a really high fitness level, even if it's just swimming, we know we can think about him immediately when he is ready".

And while negotiations for new signings are now underway, Klopp is aware that they face stern competition from several other clubs - many of whom may already be in the Champions League.

"Stoke have only won one of their past nine games but are still in the running for a top-half finish". Eden Hazard, was he out for one game?

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Malkin's deflection was initially waved off for goaltender interference, but the Penguins challenged and the call was overturned. It wasn't until the second that the scoring started, with Sidney Crosby scoring twice and Alex Ovechkin scoring once.

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Diane Cole, 76, a retired Briton living in Melbourne, Australia, said: "The thing I like the most is when he. speaks his mind". While just hours after the official announcement was made he also joked about his advanced years at palace reception.

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Tottenham appear to have a more hard run-in, with fixtures against Palace, Arsenal, West Ham, Manchester United, Leicester and Hull.

Simon Mignolet should retain his place in goal behind a defensive line of Alexander-Armstrong, Joel Matip, Dejan Lovren and James Milner.

"You need this luck and then you go through".

"I would think that the better we finish, maybe the easier it would be".

"It's another week we've had him training and so far so good, so hopefully we have a few options".

"Since the last two or three weeks it was 50-50 but unfortunately he can't".

Six of their seven league wins at the London Stadium have been by a 1-0 scoreline, with the only exception their 3-0 victory against Crystal Palace. So for Liverpool, I don't know their expectations, I don't spend too much time thinking about it, but they are a big club and they have been there for the whole season.

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