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Liverpool aims to strengthen its top-four credentials in the Premier League when it travels to Wales to take on relegation-threatened Swansea City on Monday.

Despite the huge gap between the two sides, Klopp isn't taking anything for granted with the Liverpool boss warning: "I can't imagine any easy games in the Premier League and Swansea is for sure not an easy game".

The Reds were superb in beating the league leaders eight days ago and now go to the Premier League's bottom side with the hops of regaining third place in the table.

The plan seemed to work as the visitors struggled to find a way through the Swansea defence in the first half.

Sky Sports will be showing the match live on their Sky Sports Main Event and Sky Sports Premier League channels. Although Swansea are coming off the back of a morale-boosting FA Cup win against Wolves in midweek, Carvalhal will be desperate to drag their FA cup form into the Premier League.

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Swansea City defender Mike van der Hoorn is available despite being forced off with a hamstring problem in Matchweek 23.

Liverpool are hopeful that Mohamed Salah and Ragnar Klavan will both recover from illness, though Dejan Lovren (also illness) is considered more of a doubt. Jordan Henderson (thigh) and Alberto Moreno (ankle) are back in training but may not be risked. Ultimately, they needed a centre-back more than they needed Coutinho.

Swansea have recorded just one victory in their past seven Premier League games (D2, L4).

Jurgen Klopp: "Life is a summary of challenges and that's a big challenge". With Mo Salah scoring 24 goals in his 30 appearances this season, Liverpool's attacking trio will certainly produce chances against a Swansea side that have only kept one clean sheet in their last 10 appearances. Without a clean sheet in their last four matches, Swansea have been revitalised in the final third.

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