Watch Jurgen Klopp’s pre-Chelsea press conference ahead of League Cup tie

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Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp has admitted to being amazed at how Maurizio Sarri has changed Chelsea in a short space of time.

Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp faces a selection headache ahead of the Reds Carabao Cup clash with Chelsea at Anfield on Wednesday night, according to a report in The Echo. With a record of seven wins out of seven games in all competitions, the Reds have made an early statement that Manchester City won't have it all their way this season.

Liverpool have improved massively in defence since the January addition of Virgil van Dijk and Klopp also boasts an electric frontline of Salah, Mane and Roberto Firmino, who have scored a combined 100 Premier League goals on Merseyside after Salah's strike against the Saints.

Klopp confirmed goalkeeper Simon Mignolet will make his first appearance of the season in Wednesday's cup tie as Alisson Becker rests.

But Hutchison believes Klopp's group are the best ever team Liverpool have had, despite having yet to win a trophy.

"Dejan looks actually quite good".

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With regards to further injury updates, Klopp added: "Divock Origi is not far away but it's an ankle thing, a very unfortunate situation, and we will be very careful".

"We have a lot of good players who can play in the starting XI", Giroud said after Chelsea's 0-0 draw at London Stadium. To improve something you need half a year to make the next step.

"One change I have already confirmed, so it can not be nil changes, and it will for sure not be 11". It's a hard draw for both teams and it's not that you think in the first two or three rounds you go through somehow and then in the semis it starts getting exciting. It's a home game, floodlights, I like it - against a very strong side, so it will be really interesting.

"Wow. Style completely (different)". It's coincidence we play them a few days later again.

"We only think about tomorrow night".

Liverpool host the Blues at Anfield tomorrow evening at 19.45.

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