Swansea are now bottom of the Premier League on 17 points, and while a victory on Monday night would be a magnificent achievement for the Welsh club, it would still keep them rooted to the foot of the league. Though results and performances have improved under new manager Carlos Carvalhal, they are still rooted to the bottom of the table and are three points behind West Brom who are second from bottom.
"We played Swansea a few weeks ago with a caretaker manager and I said after the game it was much more hard than the result could make you think so we know about the specific challenge in this game". Like a Formula 1 auto. I see the boys training every day and it looks good, that's the truth, that's why we can play like we played so far. "That's what we had to do against Liverpool, make them play the way they don't like", the Portuguese told Sky Sports.
In the last five head to head records between these two sides, Liverpool won three games and lost two games against Swansea City.
It was a fine finish and gave Swansea a priceless lead after Salah's cross in first-half added time could not be converted by Mane.
Per BBC Sport, Carvalhal has said Monday's match is a "David v Goliath" clash, and anything other than a big away win will be something of a surprise.
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Liverpool are the only team to hand City a loss in the league this season after beating the top flight leaders 4-3 in a seven-goal thriller at Anfield last Sunday.
Liverpool did everything but break down Swansea's door.
Although Reds boss Jurgen Klopp has had some notable stumbles against Swansea City, it's only bee a few weeks since they smacked five unanswered goals past a rudderless and altogether underwhelming Jacks side to celebrate the holiday season in style.
Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain did work the Swansea keeper before, against the run of play, the hosts opened the scoring. Sanches hasn't had a good spell at the club and against a team like Liverpool who press high up front, playing someone like Mesa who is more composed on the ball makes more sense. "They are better than they have shown in the past, and they are starting to show that".
There have been loads of transfer rumours flying about Merseyside this January, but another convincing win here could prove that no more players need to be brought in.