Sturridge came on for James Milner late on at Stamford Bridge and sent a stunning 25-yard shot past Chelsea goalkeeper Kepa Arrizabalaga to rescue a point for Klopp's side after Eden Hazard had opened the scoring. I can imagine there are people saying "thank God the others are coming back" but these boys did a really good job.
Chelsea now sits third in the Premier League, sporting a 5-0-1 record following a scoreless tie against West Ham on September 23 that ended its flawless run. The former Chelsea star grabbed his fourth goal of the season and fully underlined what he can offer Liverpool from the bench.
"I don't think it will have a big impact, to be honest". Both managers are known for playing a high-velocity, high pressing style of football so there'll be goals in this one for sure - hopefully, more of them for the men in Red.
Hazard's importance to Chelsea has been made all the more clear with his form and performances this season.
Liverpool will have their entire first choice eleven present on Saturday, and the polarizing contest is likely to be settled in the midfield.
Andrew Robertson - 6 - Alongside Alexander-Arnold, the pair provided excellent width for Liverpool as they tried to penetrate a formidable Chelsea defence, but his surging runs often left space in behind, and he was unable to produce the killer delivery for his side.
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While Sarri knows that his team will have the upper hand during the Chelsea vs Liverpool encounter but the Italian does have a few injury concerns going into the match which can turn the tide in the favour of Jurgen Klopp.
The Egyptian forward had scored in four of his previous seven meetings with Chelsea, and he could have added to that tally in the opening quarter of this latest clash as he tested Kepa with a weak effort and then curled one wide.
Chelsea assistant manager Gianfranco Zola said Hazard was one of the best players in the world in the aftermath of the match.
Liverpool fans were in buoyant mood after the Reds claimed a deserved 1-1 draw at Chelsea to keep the unbeaten start to the Premier League season intact. Liverpool, though, remain on the verge of finally living up to years of expectations.