Liverpool have two big problems to solve against Wolves and avoid the Chelsea ‘nightmare’ – Blessing Sports News

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John Aldridge looks ahead to the upcoming fixtures against Wolves and Chelsea in the second part of his weekly Liverpool column

Liverpool have the chance to turn things around tonight against Wolves, and who is picked to start will be interesting to see.

James Milner could come in, I’m sure he’s the type of player who will give his all, and maybe Ben Doak should be given a game. Klopp has to get a reaction from the players and we have to get back on track. If we go there and get pulled apart it will be a nightmare heading into the big game against Chelsea at the weekend. If it were up to me I would take out the same team that lost to Brighton and tell them to prove one thing to everyone after letting people down on Saturday.

You just don’t know what you’re going to get from Liverpool at the moment, which makes predicting how this game will turn out to be a difficult task. Our away form has been really bad this season, except away to Aston Villa. It was our first game after the World Cup and we really watched it for most of it but it’s a trend that just doesn’t continue.

A Chelsea game can define a season – and fans must do their part

We can’t keep dropping points if we want to be in the top four this season. We have to start keeping clean sheets and beating teams who are also competing for European places.

When Liverpool played Manchester United, Newcastle, Tottenham at home and Chelsea twice, they couldn’t lose. It looks like City, Arsenal and United will be in the top four next May, so we have to fight for that one place along with the teams around us in the table.

This weekend’s Premier League game against Chelsea was absolutely massive, I can’t stress that enough. The mood inside Anfield has not been great lately and it’s an early kick-off on Saturday, which is a notoriously quiet time slot. With our current form we need everyone behind the team to push them. It’s not just the first team who have a role to play on Saturday, the fans do too.

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