Published: Fri, December 07, 2018
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Burnley boss Dyche accuses Liverpool of 'cheating.'

Burnley boss Dyche accuses Liverpool of 'cheating.'

However, Klopp restored Keita to his starting XI for Liverpool's 3-1 win over Burnley at Turf Moor on Wednesday, with the Guinean global putting in a dynamic performance that was not lost on Henderson - Keita had more shots (six) than any other Liverpool player, striking the post with one, while his six duels won, was the most of any Reds midfielder on the night.

That left Dyche's side 19th in the table, level on points with bottom side Fulham, and he is looking for his players to use the display against the unbeaten Reds to build on.

"That was the message we received after".

"He drives the ball forward, which is big for us".

This is a massive, massive win for us.

"We need that mentality from the team and the crowd, because it's a different kind of crowd against the big guns".


Dyche claimed that he simply said "well done" to Klopp, despite their exchange lasting for over 30 seconds.

Liverpool FC have won 12 times and drawn three games in the Premier League this season.

"But I don't think they can reinvent the rules".

"Obviously I'm gutted to have picked up the injury but thankfully it's not too serious and one I can definitely come back stronger from soon". But we just focus on game by game and it doesn't really matter about anybody else.

Liverpool confirmed on Thursday that Gomez is set to be out for up to six weeks, meaning he will miss Liverpool's pivotal Champions League fixture with Napoli next week, as well as the home clash with Manchester United.

Brighton will be without former Clarets loan man Shane Duffy, after the centre back was sent off for a headbutt on Patrick van Aanholt in Tuesday night's 3-1 win at home to Crystal Palace.

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