Liverpool's German manager Jurgen Klopp smiles during a press conference on the eve of the UEFA Champions League Group C football match Napoli vs Liverpool, on October 2, 2018 at the San Paolo stadium in Naples. / AFP / CARLO HERMANN
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The Merseyside club remain unbeaten in the league, along with leaders Manchester City and Chelsea, and are two points off the top of the table.Yet aside from a 4-1 thumping of Cardiff City, Liverpool's attacking juggernaut has slowed of late with three draws in their last five league matches and a timid 2-0 defeat by Red Star Belgrade in the Champions League on Tuesday. Liverpool were the second-highest scorers in the top-flight in 2017-18 with 84 goals behind City's 106, and Klopp said that the comparison to last season may be contributing to dampened spirits at Anfield. Victory on Sunday would give the club a timely boost heading into the international break, although Klopp warned fans not to have a late one on Saturday night.
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