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With the title race set to go down to the wire, Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp has admitted that he would not want to face Burnley away.

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Manchester City, who are a point clear with three matches to go, travel to Turf Moor on Sunday to face Burnley and Klopp believes the in-form Clarets are capable of delivering another twist in the title race. Liverpool face Huddersfield Town on Friday 26th April at the Anfield Stadium before facing Newcastle United away and Wolverhampton Wanderers at home but have ties against Barcelona in the Champions League in between.

Speaking in a press conference ahead of their Huddersfield clash, Klopp was confident their title dream is still alive, "It gives us the chance to change again the lead for a couple of hours. Hopefully, that will happen. Is Burnley a place that I would love to have now on the schedule for us? No, honestly not.

"It is not a place where you think: ‘Oh nice, we are going to Burnley. Easy points.' It is a tough place to go and they are in a good momentum. They are used to that style of play. They have got 40 points now and that is good."