Mourinho looks on as referee Jonathan Moss sends goalkeeper Christophe Lollichon to the stands.
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Besieged Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho and his Liverpool counterpart Jurgen Klopp are both in pressing need of a change of fortune going into this week's League Cup fourth-round matches.Cupholders Chelsea, dealt a fifth Premier League defeat of the season at West Ham United Saturday, visit Stoke City Tuesday, while Liverpool, who have drawn all three games since Klopp's appointment, host Bournemouth the following evening.Mourinho must balance pursuit of victory with the need to avoid overexerting his players amid a sequence of six games in 19 days that continues this Saturday with a home match against Liverpool.Antonio Valencia is a doubt for United after manager Louis van Gaal revealed that the right-sided Ecuadorian player sustained a foot injury against City, which saw him replaced by Matteo Darmian late in the game.
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