It's worth considering however that since Carvalhal's arrival, Swansea haven't conceded more than two in all matches; moreover only against both Manchester clubs have they let in two or more at home so I'd look to the Unders at [2.44]. But while it is not just starting either, it is still fresh and the development is going the right direction.
While his Premier League debut against Manchester City, a 5-0 loss, back in September didn't go to plan, and he struggled for the opening months of the season with form, his attitude remained strong despite finding regular starts challenging to come by.
But Liverpool boss Klopp said: "No Liverpool player of this squad would leave - and not just because we say it but due to their commitment to the club".
The Portuguese boss even handed this clash the "David versus Goliath" narrative usually used for potential FA Cup giant-killing ties between clubs at opposite ends of the English footballing pyramid.
'That is from my point of view and nothing about Alexis Sanchez.
'There are things we must learn to not be in trouble again and I can assure you we'll give a good answer on Monday'. He is a fantastic player and obviously he wants to leave since the summer, so it didn't happen. Now it is more likely. "I can't see it with this squad".
'No-one would leave to any other Premier League club during the season.
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"If nobody told me how often we didn't lose, I'd have no idea about it".
"That's all the past and I'm not really interested". As a Liverpool player you can not perform one week and then two weeks not - we need to deliver consistently, every day and each game.
Klopp's side head to the Liberty Stadium needing to maximise the impact of that statement win and ensure none of the fine work is wasted by backing it up with a vital victory against the Swans.
The Swans have improved since then under new manager Carlos Carvalhal and have taken four points from his first three games in charge. Their front three have a lot of pace and they are all at the top of their games at the moment.
"It's only the next game and I can't imagine any easy games in the Premier League".
The South Wales outfit now prop up the top-flight table and even a win would not lift them into 19th due to their poor goal difference - having scored a mere 14 goals this season. That's a challenge to be honest but if you know about a challenge you can be prepared for it.
"If we just care about our opponents we will not play, so we must block them and the main attributes that they have and we will try to make it hard for them".