Sean Dyche has said that he expects Liverpool to walk through hail storm.
Burnley are set to take on the Reds in their next match in the Premier League.
Burnley manager Sean Dyche has said that he expects Liverpool to walk through hail storm when his side takes on the Reds in their next encounter in the Premier League. The Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp complained about the weather conditions in their last match against Everton as he insisted that the wind was blowing from all directions to make things difficult for his side as they settled for a goalless draw.
Speaking to the media ahead of their crucial clash against Liverpool, Dyche said, “I know you are mocking certain situations. But every manager has a view, simple as that, and I’m certainly not going to question any manager’s view. I know how tough it is.”
He added, “I don’t think they’ll be too worried about the weather, I think they’ll be getting on with the game and trying to win a game, as will we.”
Dyche also said, “The job to do, for me as a manager and for the team, is to deliver a performance that can get something. It is not easy. [Liverpool] have lost only one game in the league this season with good reason, because they are such a strong side and squad. But on the other hand, down the years we have had some big results, some important results, we had one recently against a fine side in Tottenham, and a good point at Old Trafford. So we have to take the belief we have shown in those games into this one.”