Published: Mon, February 04, 2019
Sport | By Joe Gonzales

Pablo Zabaleta targets Liverpool scalp to boost Europa League hopes

Pablo Zabaleta targets Liverpool scalp to boost Europa League hopes

Now, after Pep Guardiola's side beat Arsenal 3-1 to go to within two points of Liverpool, it was Raheem Sterling's time to play mind games.

The Reds are in first place with 61 points and a 19-4-1 record, while West Ham is looking to find some sort of consistency.

We will try [to go for both], for sure.

A return date has not been set, though Liverpool are confident that Gomez will return before the end of the season.

Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp says his team have shown they are mentally equipped to handle a title run-in, having acquitted themselves well in high-pressure situations over the past few years.

"After that if we can give a hand to Manchester City, it's not our problem, but of course I am a fan of Manchester City also".

"We then went out of the FA Cup in the quarter-final against Wigan".

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"After the Newcastle game everybody was convinced, myself too, that Liverpool were going to beat Leicester and it would be seven points and it would be nearly over". It was an bad result against Wimbledon and then again against Wolves.

'Maybe it's going to be an advantage for them, I don't know. So that's the season.

The Hammers were defeated 4-0 at Anfield on the opening day of the season back in August, but have demonstrated their threat to the teams who now make up the top six on several occasions so far this term.

'When you have to run in the season you don't think about much things.

"We win games as a team, we lose games as a team - everything we do is together". It's nothing we can change right now'. "Until then, you have to gain points and gain points and get as much as possible and then we will see where we are when the decision will be made".

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