"I think this game will end 2-2, meaning the two sides will carry on just as they did."
Diogo Jota has scored in the last three matches he's started for Liverpool...
Jota’s first-half goal in the 2-0 win over Watford was his 14th in 27 Premier League matches this season.
"He's one of the cleverest players in the whole of the Premier League."
"Everything is possible. It could go quick or the other way. We have to wait."
Firmino and Salah scored the goals to secure an impressive victory in the San Siro on Wednesday.
The Portuguese forward has kept Liverpool in the hunt for Premier League glory...
"We did not get surprised this season; we got a surprise last season how precise he was up front."
“When you look at the youngsters Klopp is bringing in, you can see he is trying to mix things up
Liverpool are now nine points (with a game in hand) behind league leaders Man City.
A penalty was awarded for an innocuous coming together between Diogo Jota and Vicente Guaita.
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"He's incredibly important for Liverpool and scores important goals too, a handy trait for sides going for trophies."
"VAR is actually making our referees worse. They’re under so much pressure."
"He is a world-class player in possibly the best form he’s found himself in at the club so far."
“Since he left Wolves for Liverpool, he’s upped his game.”
"The opponent, whichever system they play, always influences the gaps we try to find."
“We know there is that gap but we also know we are able to close that gap and that’s the plan..."
"(He’s worth) £70 odd (million) I’d say – he’s (at) a great age (25-years-old)."
“He is still young and there is still really a lot to come from him but it’s already good, so good for us.”
"I hope he can continue like that because it would be really good for us."
"Yes, absolutely I think. But when is the right moment to take the job?"
The striker has scored four goals in his last three games...
Jadon Sancho tops the winners list while Rafa Benitez is in big trouble at Everton.
“I was a bit shocked when they signed him... I never saw him as a Liverpool player. [But] he’s been sensational."
"But [they have] the same standards when they are on the field. Very dangerous, they can score at any time."
"And the moment Trent’s head goes down, is the moment [he] moves and he does it to perfection.”
Trent is back in full training for Liverpool, who have been dealt a blow with the injury to Jota...
Might it come down to the mid-game changes between Pep Guardiola and Jurgen Klopp?
Jota has outlined why he believes he has an "extra advantage" over the likes of Salah, Mane and Firmino...