Ben Twelves 8 March 2017
Liverpool will be faced with the troublesome problem of having to break deep-sitting defences regularly during the business end of the season. We take a look at how they can do it.
The Premier League’s weaker teams, but particularly those deploying low-block defences, have caused the Reds increasingly regular problems as the season has unfolded.
The disciplined banks of four behind two players ready to counter-attack has proven a simple route to victory against Liverpool, who look to avoid a repeat against original conquerors Burnley on Sunday.
With arguably six of the last 11 games coming against defend-first opponents, Liverpool must find ways of overcoming such set-ups.
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