Jurgen Klopp’s men will be going away to Stamford Bridge on Saturday in a clash that might be decider of Jose Mourinho’s fate. Tensions are already high at Stamford Bridge as Jose Mourinho looks close to the exit door after his sides lost to West Ham in their last Premier League game.
Klopp and his men seems to be ready to worsen Jose Mourinho’s situation and as well push Chelsea further positions down the premier league table on Saturday.
If Mourinho is to avoid defeat against Liverpool, he has to get everything right, the tactics, strategy, attitude and composure.
Jurgen Klopp got his first Liverpool Victory in a Capital One clash 1-0 win against Bournemouth and is ready to keep winning.
Klopp has played a total of four (4) games against Jose Mourinho, he has won two(2) Drawn one(1) lost one(1)
Its likely Jose Mourinho will be on the Touchline with Jurgen Klopp for the Saturday clash at Stamford Bridge irrespective of the outcome of his misconduct charge. Jose Mourinho has until Thursday 6 pm to plead guilty or plead otherwise (not guilty) to his allegation that he abused referee Jon Moss as his side lost 2-1 to West Ham at Upton Park.
If the Portuguese manager accepts or deny the charge, the case will have to be reviewed thoroughly before a Punishment is agreed on, and sources around FA says its unlikely that will be done before 12:45 pm kick-off.
The two sides have a lot of work to do to ensure a strong finish in Premier League this season, after their respective nightmare starts – Chelsea are 15th in the table while Liverpool stay at 11th.
Rumors are high that if Jurgen Klopp’s side comes out Victorious, that will be the end of Mourinho’s stay at Chelsea. Chelsea have seen their worst start of the season ever and has already tasted defeat eight(8) times.
Their last defeat was at the hands of well organised Stoke City as they knocked Chelsea out of the Capital One Cup Competition.
Both managers are under some pressure for different reasons, Klopp is searching for his first league win but is coming into the match with positive energy while Mourinho is in all kind of troubles on and off the field. The match can’t come at a better time, since both managers will be desperate to win on Saturday afternoon for two different reasons.
Unlike the disappointing Manchester derby last week, this one has all the prospect of a fiery encounter and fans from both on their feet for full 90 minutes to back their team on the crucial day.