EPL 2016/17: Liverpool 2-1 Burnley, 5 Talking Points

Ashley Barnes celebrates with teammates after taking the lead during the Premier League game between Liverpool and Burnley

Liverpool came from behind to beat Burnley at Anfield on Sunday, but still struggled for large parts against a side who haven't won on the road all season. Jurgen Klopp's men are trying to stay in the top four and push back against their lack of success against lower table teams.

In the aftermath of that game Burnley forward Andre Gray had some old social media posts resurfaced and he was eventually charged by the FA for bringing the game into disrepute over homophobic posts.

Liverpool remain in fourth place after the victory, five points ahead of fifth-placed Arsenal who have two games in hand.

Tom Heaton is fit to start in goal after recovering from a sickness bug. "But this was not our best game so, yes, if we want to stay where we are, then we need to win football games and we can't make the choice and say "yes or no we want to play this way", the German added. Liverpool had all of the ball, they were picked apart on the breakaway and were beaten by teams showing more energy and commitment.

"Liverpool" scored in twelve of the thirteen home matches of the Premier League.

"It's hard against Burnley, they are a hard side to play against and it's hard to break them down".

They could do the top-flight double against Liverpool for the first time since 1929-30. However, that meeting saw Sadio Mane, 24, sidelined with a shoulder injury, according to the Liverpool Echo, and the match's pitch had to be changed at the last minute as redevelopment of Anfield was still underway.

With just two away points to their name all season - from a still impressive tally of 31 - Sean Dyche's team opened the game aggressively and took the lead in just the seventh minute.

Over the course of the last five seasons the average points tally to finish 4th is 71.

Gary Neville reckons we're the worst of the teams competing for the top four.

"Burnley" closer and closer to the first away win in the Premier League.

They have also kept just one clean sheet away from home this campaign - a 0-0 draw at Manchester United in October.

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