Jesus and Aguero shared striking duties before the Brazilian's knee injury, and although the latter scored nine goals in six games without Jesus as an option, he may find himself being rotated to allow both players time on the pitch. The Ghanaian is now back in South Wales with Swansea and West Ham fans are hoping he does not come back to haunt them, having had a disappointing time at the London Stadium.
Moyes has lifted the team somewhat following a poor start to the campaign with Slaven Bilic as manager, but defeat in South Wales and suddenly all that good work will be undone.
On the win over West Ham, the Senegal attacker said: "I think the whole team played well. He doesn't have to do that but he is willing to it for the team, for the win". However since then, their form has flourished and they are now third, just two points behind second-placed Manchester United, but 15 points behind runaway leaders Manchester City. You don't really see that from a number nine. It just shows his hunger to win.
Kane, who scored his 100th Premier League goal in just 141 games earlier this season, is unsurprisingly dabblebet's 1/2 (1.50) favourite to take the title again. "Hopefully there is no stopping of the goals", Alexander-Arnold added.
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On Sunday, Emery had voiced his hopes that the world's most expensive player would make it back in time for the blockbuster clash. Neymar was hurt during PSG's win over Marseille on Sunday, with the Brazilian forced off on a stretcher.
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It would also tee them up for a Grand Slam game against England , in Twickenham, on March 17. Like England , the Scots have two victories from three and can still win the title.
It would have been better for Paul Lambert's side had keeper Jack Butland not parried the ball into his own net when under no obvious pressure, a howler made all the more embarrassing by the presence of former Stoke, Leicester and England legend Peter Shilton in the stands.
"Hopefully we'll get a lot more results like we did [against West Ham]".
"It is tough, it is hard but we have been playing good recently. Now we need to stay angry with the rest of the world, we need to stay aggressive", Klopp said.
There also remains a three-point gap between David Moyes' men and the bottom three and they face the first team now in that relegation zone this weekend in Swansea. We will try to win - and why can't we win all the remaining games?