Why Beating Liverpool Is 'Virtually Impossible' According To Premier League Manager
Liverpool have stormed out of the traps in the race for the Premier League title, and Jurgen Klopp's men will look to make it ten games unbeaten in the league tomorrow afternoon when they host Cardiff City at Anfield.
The visiting Bluebirds have found life in the top-flight difficult since earning promotion last season, but they picked up their first league win of the season last weekend, as they beat Fulham 4-2 in an entertaining contest. Prising their way out of the relegation zone the Welsh outfit will be huge outsiders to down the flourishing Merseysiders, and their boss Neil Warnock is not backing his side to come away with anything in a rather negative statement.
Talking ahead of Saturday's clash with the Reds, Warnock said: "It's virtually impossible for any team in the current game. I think they have the best front three (Mo Salah, Sadio Mane & Roberto Firmino) in world football."
But, Warnock feels that victory over Fulham last weekend could ignite their season and he is happy with how his side are performing on their return to the Premier League. He said: "We're playing quite well and I think we can cause problems. You have to go to Anfield believing, but we all have to play to the top our potential to give them a good game."
The last time Cardiff made the trip to Anfield they suffered a 3-1 defeat in December 2013, while the return game at the Cardiff City Stadium was an absolute goal-fest with Liverpool winning 6-3, and it would be no surprise to see tomorrow's match awash with goals, and Liverpool will be red-hot favourites to keep the pressure on Manchester City and Chelsea, who are both unbeaten in the Premier League this season.