Klopp gives Liverpool injury update ahead of Bournemouth clash

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Gomez - who was hurt in a tackle by defender Ben Mee - is certain to miss Liverpool's crucial Champions League clash with Napoli next week, as well as the Premier League meeting with Manchester United at Anfield that follows.

City have won 13 of their 15 matches - Liverpool's best start to a season in their history has seen them win 12 - and already scored 15 more goals than their fellow unbeaten rivals.

Jack Cork struck shortly after half time for Burnley to give the hosts an unexpected lead, but Jurgen Klopp's men responded with strikes from James Milner and Roberto Firmino, before Xherdan Shaqiri put the icing on the cake in a resolute 3-1 win. "He was in outstanding shape, helped us a lot because we can make the changes with Trent [Alexander-Arnold] and Joe", the former Borussia Dortmund boss said. "He would probably say it's possible but I think it's responsible that we have a little eye on that".

"Robbo played pretty much most of the games, in a very intense position".

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"He got a knock last week and got a concussion. It's nothing serious but he's not in training, so he's not available either".

Robertson is in line to return against Bournemouth, though, while Sadio Mane has surprisingly made the trip to the south coast after Klopp had appeared to rule him out of contention. But Dom is close; I really hope he will be in team training again from Sunday on.

The Liverpool manager defended Sturridge after Dyche, his Burnley counterpart, had claimed the striker dived during the match at Turf Moor on Wednesday.

"Daniel Sturridge is no cheat". I'm not sure if he spoke about the challenge of [Phil] Bardsley on Alberto Moreno. A few players didn't play for a while and then it is easy to sit outside and say, 'Yeah, now you know why you don't play...' We all know, all people in the business know, that it needs a bit of time and I told the boys that at half-time.