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Clearly, After their incredible 7th place finish in 2017/18, this time last year Burnley were embarking on what would become an incredibly tough season.
It was 9 months of battling hard to avoid relegation, but the opening 3 weeks of the new season have helped erase the memories of last term.
They hammered Southampton 3-0 in their opening game and were unlucky to lose at the Emirates the following weekend.
A 1-1 draw at Molineux followed, and so far it can be considered a very promising start to the season for Sean Dyche’s men.
One of the best stories to come out of the opening few weeks of action has been the continued progression of Ashley Barnes.
The 29-year-old struggled to adapt to life in the top flight at first, but his return of 12 Premier League goals last season showed improvement as he forged a battle-ready partnership with Chris Wood.
This season his confidence is through the roof, with 4 goals from his opening 3 league games putting him joint 3rd on the scoring charts.
In fact, only Sergio Aguero and Sadio Mane have scored more goals than Barnes in 2019, so backing him to find the net on Saturday looks excellent value considering his form.
However, a goal against Liverpool is rarely enough to clinch a result.
The Reds continued their perfect start to the top flight season with a 3-1 win over Arsenal last weekend, following on from victories against Southampton and Norwich.
However, there are a few concerns over the performance of their back line.
They have conceded in all 4 of their competitive matches this season, shipping 5 goals in total and looking very vulnerable at the back at times.
Southampton were actually unlucky to lose in Liverpool’s sole away game this season, and Norwich had their fair share of chances at Anfield too.
Additionally, 4 of their last 5 away games in the league have seen them fail to keep a clean sheet
Also and they’re facing a Burnley side that have scored in 17 of their 21 Premier League games in 2019
And The demands of an early start in the Europa League qualifiers took their toll on the overperforming Clarets, and their Premier League campaign suffered as a result.