Saints were under pressure from Liverpool and holding on to just a one goal lead in the EFL Cup semi final second leg. Their key players were Nathan Redmond and Jay Rodriguez so Wenger needs to make sure we keep them quiet.
"We've been one of the most exciting teams to watch [during Klopp's time in charge]". That being said, we are still getting a good enough price to bet on the goal line and with the huge differences in the two sides, I am expecting a 3-0 or 3-1 win for Liverpool so I am safely predicting the over 2.5 goals and my bet for this game.
"We don't have to think about this".
Liverpool legend Steve Nicol has warned the Anfield class of 2016-17 that "a team doesn't win the Premier League shipping goals in the way they do". It's the most hard thing in football but we are not the only team who has to accept this.
The 38-year-old said to Sky Sports that the Liverpool team are only in fourth place and challenging for the title because they are competing on less fronts than some of their league rivals this season and have a very good manager.
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He also acknowledged that while the manner of his side's display is "recent important" and he is "fine with this", he would prefer not to be "on the wrong side of the semi-final" and would rather "be speaking about planning the final and not the performance".
'Keeping a clean sheet against Liverpool is no mean feat, ' he said. The fact he's started with them teams and then hasn't recognised at half time and made the change, and then the changes are coming 70, 80 minutes.
That, in a nutshell, is what most teams are doing - particularly against a Liverpool side shorn of the pace and cutting edge of wide-man Sadio Mane who is enjoying an extended run at the African Nations Cup with Senegal.
Outspoken fitness coach Raymond Verheijen, who has been to three World Cups with Holland, South Korea and Russian Federation and is a very public critic of Klopp, said it was no great surprise.
"Liverpool manager Klopp has run his players into the ground during pre-season".