Hazard warns Liverpool that 'Chelsea can beat anyone.'

Hazard warns Liverpool that 'Chelsea can beat anyone.'

Premier League - Follow the Football match between Liverpool and Chelsea live with Eurosport. "I've improved off the back of it and now I'm playing in midfield, so he's an honest guy".

City's desperation to win the Champions League means they can not go out against Tottenham on home soil on Wednesday night, so it wouldn't surprise me if Guardiola holds a few of his ace cards back at Selhurst Park today with that game in mind.

After today, the Reds take on Cardiff, Huddersfield, Newcastle United and Wolves as they go in search of their first Premier League title.

The trophy was brought to Anfield for the game against Chelsea, being shown by the pitch as Sky Sports previewed Sunday's games.

Despite Chelsea being off the pace in the Premier League as they battle just for a top-four place, Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp is well aware of the threat they - and Hazard - pose.

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"I like footballers like this".

"Eden Hazard on his day he can be the world's best immediately".

"The best way to try to make sure that he can not shine is to avoid passes to him", he added. Eddie Newton was always saying "why don't you use your strength and your power, just put your body there and blow past him" because I naturally just always went to dribble and beat people with quick feet.

However, the Blues have also found a little bit of form of late - which largely coincides with the introduction of English dream team Ruben Loftus-Cheek and Callum Hudson-Odoi to the side. You need help from somewhere else. "And if we can make sure they cannot play as they usually do, that's good for us".

"I like footballers like this. It's Anfield and I said it a few times, we have to create the power of Anfield and use it again".

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