One of the most unbalanced matches scheduled in the sixth round of the Premier League will put them face to face Liverpool and Hull City, Saturday at 17:00.
The Reds have fluctuated less in the early stages, but seem to have gone into rhythm, and in the last two rounds have passed Leicester (4-1) and Chelsea (2-1), practically the last two champions of England. Klopp’s Elveii are sixth, tied with Arsenal, the team of four, but with a weaker goal difference. Liverpool boasts the third attack in the league, scoring 11 times so far. Hosts played one game at home in the first five stages, moving from Leicester, as I said, categorically, 4-1.
The other side is Hull City team with serious problems at management level and at the level lot. Even so, newly promoted force began with two victories, but never managed to keep the same pace. Hull earned a single point in the last three rounds, going down to No. 12. Seven points and a goal difference of 6-7 have tigers at the moment, being defensive, somewhat, their forte. Hull never not won at Anfield since 1999 until now (two draws and three failures).