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Goal updates from 3pm here 4:08PM Goal! Man City double their lead Leicester 0 - 2 Man City (Kevin De Bruyne, 49 min)   3:50PM Goal! Everton level at Selhurst Park Crystal Palace 2 - 2 Everton (Oumar Niasse, 45 + 1 min)   3:48PM Goal! Man City break the deadlock at the Kingpower Leicester 0 - 1 Man City (Gabriel Jesus, 45 min)   3:47PM Goal! Liverpool double their lead - and it's Salah again Liverpool 2 - 0 Southampton (Mohamed Salah, 41 min)   3:41PM Goal! Burnley double their lead against Swansea Burnley 2 - 0 Swansea (Ashley Barnes, 40 min)   3:40PM Goal! Blues cruise for Chelsea West Brom 0 - 3 Chelsea (Marcos Alonso, 38 min)   3:38PM Goal! Crystal Palace back ahead at Selhurst Park Crystal Palace 2 - 1 Everton (Wilfried Zaha, 35 min)   3:35PM Goal for Liverpool! Liverpool 1 - 0 Southampton (Mohamed Salah, 31 min)   3:28PM Goal! Bournemouth one up at home to Huddersfield Bournemouth 1 - 0 Huddersfield (Callum Wilson, 26 min)   3:27PM Goal! Chelsea double their lead at the Hawthorns West Brom 0 - 2 Chelsea (Eden Hazard, 23 min)   3:19PM Goal! Alvaro Morata puts Chelsea ahead West Brom 0 - 1 Chelsea (Álvaro Morata, 17 min)   3:07PM Goal! Everton equalise through Baines' penalty Crystal Palace 1 - 1 Everton (Leighton Baines, 6 min)   3:05PM Goal! Crystal Palace 1-0 up against Everton Crystal Palace 1 - 0 Everton (James McArthur, 1 min)   2:10PM Chelsea preview Chelsea head coach Antonio Conte has leapt to the defence of Danny Drinkwater and criticised England boss Gareth Southgate for allowing a furore to erupt over the midfielder declining an international call-up. Drinkwater, who joined Chelsea from Leicester on the final day of the summer transfer window, is available for Saturday's Premier League trip to West Brom. The 27-year-old has been hampered by a calf problem which has limited his competitive action for Chelsea and felt a twinge in training after the draw with Manchester United which led to him rejecting an England call-up for this month's friendlies with Germany and Brazil on fitness grounds. And Conte cannot fathom why the midfielder was criticised - with some saying his World Cup hopes should now be over - or why Southgate did not call him directly. "It's a pity that a player had to pay for this misunderstanding," Conte said. "Drinkwater was very honest and he doesn't deserve to be attacked from the press or from the people because he was very honest. "In this situation every single player wants to go with the national team. We have to appreciate his behaviour and commitment. "If someone asks me I can explain. Before, to call (up) the player, if you call the coach (you ask) 'is this player good or does he have a problem? Is he tired or not'? "In this way you can avoid a misunderstanding because, about Drinkwater it was a misunderstanding. "He was injured and also he wasn't really 100 per cent fit to go with the national team."

Liverpool vs Southampton, Premier League: live score updates

4:07PM 48 mins Shane Long looks as if he might get in behind Liverpool's centre-backs, but Simon Mignolet is alive to the danger and clumps the ball back up the pitch. 4:05PM 46 mins Mane has a shot blocked by Romeu, with Liverpool picking up pretty much exactly where they left off at half time. 4:04PM Teams are back out  Southampton will need to be much improved across all areas of the pitch to get anything out of this. Any more errors like those in the first half, and it's game over for the Saints. 3:49PM Half time ... and it's 2-0 to Liverpool. The game has hinged on two moments of genius from Liverpool – or ineptitude from Southampton, depending on perspective. 3:47PM 43 mins Dejan Lovren is the first player into the book after a foul on the edge of the Liverpool area. Ryan Bertrand stands over the free kick and sends an effort sailing just past the post. Mignolet was worried there. Still, it's not quite enough for the Saints. 3:45PM GOAL! Liverpool 2-0 Southampton Coutinho is the provider as he strokes a pass through the Saints back line, exposing their defensive sloppiness once again. Salah runs in behind and slots past Fraser Forster for the brace. Liverpool haven't been fantastic this afternoon, but Southampton's fallibility has been all too inviting for them. Salah and co. celebrate his second of the game Credit: Peter Byrne/PA 3:41PM 39 mins Liverpool fans aren't happy after Mike Jones fails to play advantage for a shove on Mane. For shame, ref. For shame. 3:38PM 36 mins Coutinho is starting to cause Southampton serious problems now, especially when he runs directly at their defence. He nearly tees up Mane on the flank, but Cedric hooks the ball away. 3:36PM GOAL! Liverpool 1-0 Southampton Liverpool win several corners in quick succession, putting sustained pressure on Southampton. Dusan Tadic attempts to play his way out of danger when a clearance falls to his feet, but is dispossessed on the edge of the box before the ball is threaded through to Mo Salah. Salah takes aim and curls in a beautiful strike from just outside the area. Southampton players throw their hands in the air in frustration, as Tadic slinks back to the centre circle without making eye contact. Salah celebrates his opener with aplomb Credit: Peter Byrne/PA 3:26PM 23 mins Coutinho is on free-kick duties in a dangerous position to the left of the box, but he blasts over the bar with an uncharacteristic lack of accuracy. 3:24PM 22 mins Save! Georginio Wijnaldum has a bash from long range and Forster palms away the shot dramatically. 3:22PM 20 mins This hasn't been the greatest 20 minutes of football so far, with neither side looking particularly effective in possession. 3:20PM 18 mins Sadio Mane gives Southampton a scare as he chases down a loose ball in the box, but Cedric manages to clear it away. Sadio Mane in action against Dusan Tadic and Oriol Romeu Credit: Phil Noble/Reuters 3:14PM 8 mins Chance for Liverpool! Southampton are incredibly sloppy in defence and Fraser Forster fumbles a low shot by Trent Alexander-Arnold, all before a mad scramble in the box. Mo Salah gets on the ball and drags his follow-up wide of the post. That's a let off for the Saints, who switched off completely there. 3:03PM Kick off ... and Dusan Tadic is down clutching his thigh almost immediately. After a once-over by the Southampton medical staff it looks like he'll be able to continue. 2:25PM Jurgen Klopp on Liverpool's line-up “We know about the quality of Southampton, we know about all the stats of course,” Klopp has told the Liverpool FC website ahead of kick off. “They are a possession-based team. That could depend on the opponents they’ve had so far, so we will see today, but we need to be ready to react on that. “If they have the ball and things like this, then we have to bring through our idea of football and that’s the reason for today’s line-up.” 2:08PM Mane in, Lallana out Sadio Mane has clearly overcome his hamstring issue and starts against the Saints. Jurgen Klopp appears to have erred on the side of caution with Adam Lallana, who won't feature despite returning to full fitness and training this week. 2:01PM Southampton team news Team news is here! Here's how #SaintsFC line-up to take on #LFC this afternoon in the #PL: pic.twitter.com/Z5BlYuN4Bc— Southampton FC (@SouthamptonFC) November 18, 2017 2:00PM Liverpool team news �� Our team to face @SouthamptonFC... pic.twitter.com/Jj1KNhBczt— Liverpool FC (@LFC) November 18, 2017 1:43PM Match preview While Jurgen Klopp has relatively little to worry about on the injury front this weekend, the Liverpool boss is himself on the mend after a midweek health scare. Klopp was admitted to hospital as a precautionary measure after feeling unwell on Wednesday, but is fighting fit once again ahead of Southampton's visit to Anfield. “I am really completely fine,” he said in his pre-match press conference.  “I told the players that the doctor said the only thing that can kill me is if we lose football games. That’s it.” No pressure on Liverpool, then, though at least they will be close to full strength as they attempt not to kill their manager with a bad result. Adam Lallana has been passed fit after three months out with a thigh injury, while Jordan Henderson should also be back in action. Sadio Mane is a doubt and is due a late fitness test after picking up a hamstring tweak on international duty with Senegal, while Joel Matip has a thigh problem and is likely to miss out. Other than that, Nathaniel Clyne is the only other notable absentee for the Reds with a long-term back injury. Currently 6th in the table after two wins from their last five league matches,  Liverpool will be hoping for a routine victory to see them keep pace with the top four and boost their middling goal difference. Meanwhile, 13th-placed Southampton are without former Juventus man Mario Lemina on account of an ankle knock. The Saints will, as ever, want to cause an upset at Anfield – this as a small measure of revenge for all the players they have lost to Liverpool and the resulting litany of  ‘feeder club’ jokes. Jordan Henderson and Adam Lallana are once again in contention for Liverpool Credit: John Powell/Getty Images

Liverpool vs Southampton, Premier League: live score updates

4:07PM 48 mins Shane Long looks as if he might get in behind Liverpool's centre-backs, but Simon Mignolet is alive to the danger and clumps the ball back up the pitch. 4:05PM 46 mins Mane has a shot blocked by Romeu, with Liverpool picking up pretty much exactly where they left off at half time. 4:04PM Teams are back out  Southampton will need to be much improved across all areas of the pitch to get anything out of this. Any more errors like those in the first half, and it's game over for the Saints. 3:49PM Half time ... and it's 2-0 to Liverpool. The game has hinged on two moments of genius from Liverpool – or ineptitude from Southampton, depending on perspective. 3:47PM 43 mins Dejan Lovren is the first player into the book after a foul on the edge of the Liverpool area. Ryan Bertrand stands over the free kick and sends an effort sailing just past the post. Mignolet was worried there. Still, it's not quite enough for the Saints. 3:45PM GOAL! Liverpool 2-0 Southampton Coutinho is the provider as he strokes a pass through the Saints back line, exposing their defensive sloppiness once again. Salah runs in behind and slots past Fraser Forster for the brace. Liverpool haven't been fantastic this afternoon, but Southampton's fallibility has been all too inviting for them. Salah and co. celebrate his second of the game Credit: Peter Byrne/PA 3:41PM 39 mins Liverpool fans aren't happy after Mike Jones fails to play advantage for a shove on Mane. For shame, ref. For shame. 3:38PM 36 mins Coutinho is starting to cause Southampton serious problems now, especially when he runs directly at their defence. He nearly tees up Mane on the flank, but Cedric hooks the ball away. 3:36PM GOAL! Liverpool 1-0 Southampton Liverpool win several corners in quick succession, putting sustained pressure on Southampton. Dusan Tadic attempts to play his way out of danger when a clearance falls to his feet, but is dispossessed on the edge of the box before the ball is threaded through to Mo Salah. Salah takes aim and curls in a beautiful strike from just outside the area. Southampton players throw their hands in the air in frustration, as Tadic slinks back to the centre circle without making eye contact. Salah celebrates his opener with aplomb Credit: Peter Byrne/PA 3:26PM 23 mins Coutinho is on free-kick duties in a dangerous position to the left of the box, but he blasts over the bar with an uncharacteristic lack of accuracy. 3:24PM 22 mins Save! Georginio Wijnaldum has a bash from long range and Forster palms away the shot dramatically. 3:22PM 20 mins This hasn't been the greatest 20 minutes of football so far, with neither side looking particularly effective in possession. 3:20PM 18 mins Sadio Mane gives Southampton a scare as he chases down a loose ball in the box, but Cedric manages to clear it away. Sadio Mane in action against Dusan Tadic and Oriol Romeu Credit: Phil Noble/Reuters 3:14PM 8 mins Chance for Liverpool! Southampton are incredibly sloppy in defence and Fraser Forster fumbles a low shot by Trent Alexander-Arnold, all before a mad scramble in the box. Mo Salah gets on the ball and drags his follow-up wide of the post. That's a let off for the Saints, who switched off completely there. 3:03PM Kick off ... and Dusan Tadic is down clutching his thigh almost immediately. After a once-over by the Southampton medical staff it looks like he'll be able to continue. 2:25PM Jurgen Klopp on Liverpool's line-up “We know about the quality of Southampton, we know about all the stats of course,” Klopp has told the Liverpool FC website ahead of kick off. “They are a possession-based team. That could depend on the opponents they’ve had so far, so we will see today, but we need to be ready to react on that. “If they have the ball and things like this, then we have to bring through our idea of football and that’s the reason for today’s line-up.” 2:08PM Mane in, Lallana out Sadio Mane has clearly overcome his hamstring issue and starts against the Saints. Jurgen Klopp appears to have erred on the side of caution with Adam Lallana, who won't feature despite returning to full fitness and training this week. 2:01PM Southampton team news Team news is here! Here's how #SaintsFC line-up to take on #LFC this afternoon in the #PL: pic.twitter.com/Z5BlYuN4Bc— Southampton FC (@SouthamptonFC) November 18, 2017 2:00PM Liverpool team news �� Our team to face @SouthamptonFC... pic.twitter.com/Jj1KNhBczt— Liverpool FC (@LFC) November 18, 2017 1:43PM Match preview While Jurgen Klopp has relatively little to worry about on the injury front this weekend, the Liverpool boss is himself on the mend after a midweek health scare. Klopp was admitted to hospital as a precautionary measure after feeling unwell on Wednesday, but is fighting fit once again ahead of Southampton's visit to Anfield. “I am really completely fine,” he said in his pre-match press conference.  “I told the players that the doctor said the only thing that can kill me is if we lose football games. That’s it.” No pressure on Liverpool, then, though at least they will be close to full strength as they attempt not to kill their manager with a bad result. Adam Lallana has been passed fit after three months out with a thigh injury, while Jordan Henderson should also be back in action. Sadio Mane is a doubt and is due a late fitness test after picking up a hamstring tweak on international duty with Senegal, while Joel Matip has a thigh problem and is likely to miss out. Other than that, Nathaniel Clyne is the only other notable absentee for the Reds with a long-term back injury. Currently 6th in the table after two wins from their last five league matches,  Liverpool will be hoping for a routine victory to see them keep pace with the top four and boost their middling goal difference. Meanwhile, 13th-placed Southampton are without former Juventus man Mario Lemina on account of an ankle knock. The Saints will, as ever, want to cause an upset at Anfield – this as a small measure of revenge for all the players they have lost to Liverpool and the resulting litany of  ‘feeder club’ jokes. Jordan Henderson and Adam Lallana are once again in contention for Liverpool Credit: John Powell/Getty Images

Liverpool vs Southampton, Premier League: live score updates

4:07PM 48 mins Shane Long looks as if he might get in behind Liverpool's centre-backs, but Simon Mignolet is alive to the danger and clumps the ball back up the pitch. 4:05PM 46 mins Mane has a shot blocked by Romeu, with Liverpool picking up pretty much exactly where they left off at half time. 4:04PM Teams are back out  Southampton will need to be much improved across all areas of the pitch to get anything out of this. Any more errors like those in the first half, and it's game over for the Saints. 3:49PM Half time ... and it's 2-0 to Liverpool. The game has hinged on two moments of genius from Liverpool – or ineptitude from Southampton, depending on perspective. 3:47PM 43 mins Dejan Lovren is the first player into the book after a foul on the edge of the Liverpool area. Ryan Bertrand stands over the free kick and sends an effort sailing just past the post. Mignolet was worried there. Still, it's not quite enough for the Saints. 3:45PM GOAL! Liverpool 2-0 Southampton Coutinho is the provider as he strokes a pass through the Saints back line, exposing their defensive sloppiness once again. Salah runs in behind and slots past Fraser Forster for the brace. Liverpool haven't been fantastic this afternoon, but Southampton's fallibility has been all too inviting for them. Salah and co. celebrate his second of the game Credit: Peter Byrne/PA 3:41PM 39 mins Liverpool fans aren't happy after Mike Jones fails to play advantage for a shove on Mane. For shame, ref. For shame. 3:38PM 36 mins Coutinho is starting to cause Southampton serious problems now, especially when he runs directly at their defence. He nearly tees up Mane on the flank, but Cedric hooks the ball away. 3:36PM GOAL! Liverpool 1-0 Southampton Liverpool win several corners in quick succession, putting sustained pressure on Southampton. Dusan Tadic attempts to play his way out of danger when a clearance falls to his feet, but is dispossessed on the edge of the box before the ball is threaded through to Mo Salah. Salah takes aim and curls in a beautiful strike from just outside the area. Southampton players throw their hands in the air in frustration, as Tadic slinks back to the centre circle without making eye contact. Salah celebrates his opener with aplomb Credit: Peter Byrne/PA 3:26PM 23 mins Coutinho is on free-kick duties in a dangerous position to the left of the box, but he blasts over the bar with an uncharacteristic lack of accuracy. 3:24PM 22 mins Save! Georginio Wijnaldum has a bash from long range and Forster palms away the shot dramatically. 3:22PM 20 mins This hasn't been the greatest 20 minutes of football so far, with neither side looking particularly effective in possession. 3:20PM 18 mins Sadio Mane gives Southampton a scare as he chases down a loose ball in the box, but Cedric manages to clear it away. Sadio Mane in action against Dusan Tadic and Oriol Romeu Credit: Phil Noble/Reuters 3:14PM 8 mins Chance for Liverpool! Southampton are incredibly sloppy in defence and Fraser Forster fumbles a low shot by Trent Alexander-Arnold, all before a mad scramble in the box. Mo Salah gets on the ball and drags his follow-up wide of the post. That's a let off for the Saints, who switched off completely there. 3:03PM Kick off ... and Dusan Tadic is down clutching his thigh almost immediately. After a once-over by the Southampton medical staff it looks like he'll be able to continue. 2:25PM Jurgen Klopp on Liverpool's line-up “We know about the quality of Southampton, we know about all the stats of course,” Klopp has told the Liverpool FC website ahead of kick off. “They are a possession-based team. That could depend on the opponents they’ve had so far, so we will see today, but we need to be ready to react on that. “If they have the ball and things like this, then we have to bring through our idea of football and that’s the reason for today’s line-up.” 2:08PM Mane in, Lallana out Sadio Mane has clearly overcome his hamstring issue and starts against the Saints. Jurgen Klopp appears to have erred on the side of caution with Adam Lallana, who won't feature despite returning to full fitness and training this week. 2:01PM Southampton team news Team news is here! Here's how #SaintsFC line-up to take on #LFC this afternoon in the #PL: pic.twitter.com/Z5BlYuN4Bc— Southampton FC (@SouthamptonFC) November 18, 2017 2:00PM Liverpool team news �� Our team to face @SouthamptonFC... pic.twitter.com/Jj1KNhBczt— Liverpool FC (@LFC) November 18, 2017 1:43PM Match preview While Jurgen Klopp has relatively little to worry about on the injury front this weekend, the Liverpool boss is himself on the mend after a midweek health scare. Klopp was admitted to hospital as a precautionary measure after feeling unwell on Wednesday, but is fighting fit once again ahead of Southampton's visit to Anfield. “I am really completely fine,” he said in his pre-match press conference.  “I told the players that the doctor said the only thing that can kill me is if we lose football games. That’s it.” No pressure on Liverpool, then, though at least they will be close to full strength as they attempt not to kill their manager with a bad result. Adam Lallana has been passed fit after three months out with a thigh injury, while Jordan Henderson should also be back in action. Sadio Mane is a doubt and is due a late fitness test after picking up a hamstring tweak on international duty with Senegal, while Joel Matip has a thigh problem and is likely to miss out. Other than that, Nathaniel Clyne is the only other notable absentee for the Reds with a long-term back injury. Currently 6th in the table after two wins from their last five league matches,  Liverpool will be hoping for a routine victory to see them keep pace with the top four and boost their middling goal difference. Meanwhile, 13th-placed Southampton are without former Juventus man Mario Lemina on account of an ankle knock. The Saints will, as ever, want to cause an upset at Anfield – this as a small measure of revenge for all the players they have lost to Liverpool and the resulting litany of  ‘feeder club’ jokes. Jordan Henderson and Adam Lallana are once again in contention for Liverpool Credit: John Powell/Getty Images

Liverpool vs Southampton, Premier League: live score updates

4:07PM 48 mins Shane Long looks as if he might get in behind Liverpool's centre-backs, but Simon Mignolet is alive to the danger and clumps the ball back up the pitch. 4:05PM 46 mins Mane has a shot blocked by Romeu, with Liverpool picking up pretty much exactly where they left off at half time. 4:04PM Teams are back out  Southampton will need to be much improved across all areas of the pitch to get anything out of this. Any more errors like those in the first half, and it's game over for the Saints. 3:49PM Half time ... and it's 2-0 to Liverpool. The game has hinged on two moments of genius from Liverpool – or ineptitude from Southampton, depending on perspective. 3:47PM 43 mins Dejan Lovren is the first player into the book after a foul on the edge of the Liverpool area. Ryan Bertrand stands over the free kick and sends an effort sailing just past the post. Mignolet was worried there. Still, it's not quite enough for the Saints. 3:45PM GOAL! Liverpool 2-0 Southampton Coutinho is the provider as he strokes a pass through the Saints back line, exposing their defensive sloppiness once again. Salah runs in behind and slots past Fraser Forster for the brace. Liverpool haven't been fantastic this afternoon, but Southampton's fallibility has been all too inviting for them. Salah and co. celebrate his second of the game Credit: Peter Byrne/PA 3:41PM 39 mins Liverpool fans aren't happy after Mike Jones fails to play advantage for a shove on Mane. For shame, ref. For shame. 3:38PM 36 mins Coutinho is starting to cause Southampton serious problems now, especially when he runs directly at their defence. He nearly tees up Mane on the flank, but Cedric hooks the ball away. 3:36PM GOAL! Liverpool 1-0 Southampton Liverpool win several corners in quick succession, putting sustained pressure on Southampton. Dusan Tadic attempts to play his way out of danger when a clearance falls to his feet, but is dispossessed on the edge of the box before the ball is threaded through to Mo Salah. Salah takes aim and curls in a beautiful strike from just outside the area. Southampton players throw their hands in the air in frustration, as Tadic slinks back to the centre circle without making eye contact. Salah celebrates his opener with aplomb Credit: Peter Byrne/PA 3:26PM 23 mins Coutinho is on free-kick duties in a dangerous position to the left of the box, but he blasts over the bar with an uncharacteristic lack of accuracy. 3:24PM 22 mins Save! Georginio Wijnaldum has a bash from long range and Forster palms away the shot dramatically. 3:22PM 20 mins This hasn't been the greatest 20 minutes of football so far, with neither side looking particularly effective in possession. 3:20PM 18 mins Sadio Mane gives Southampton a scare as he chases down a loose ball in the box, but Cedric manages to clear it away. Sadio Mane in action against Dusan Tadic and Oriol Romeu Credit: Phil Noble/Reuters 3:14PM 8 mins Chance for Liverpool! Southampton are incredibly sloppy in defence and Fraser Forster fumbles a low shot by Trent Alexander-Arnold, all before a mad scramble in the box. Mo Salah gets on the ball and drags his follow-up wide of the post. That's a let off for the Saints, who switched off completely there. 3:03PM Kick off ... and Dusan Tadic is down clutching his thigh almost immediately. After a once-over by the Southampton medical staff it looks like he'll be able to continue. 2:25PM Jurgen Klopp on Liverpool's line-up “We know about the quality of Southampton, we know about all the stats of course,” Klopp has told the Liverpool FC website ahead of kick off. “They are a possession-based team. That could depend on the opponents they’ve had so far, so we will see today, but we need to be ready to react on that. “If they have the ball and things like this, then we have to bring through our idea of football and that’s the reason for today’s line-up.” 2:08PM Mane in, Lallana out Sadio Mane has clearly overcome his hamstring issue and starts against the Saints. Jurgen Klopp appears to have erred on the side of caution with Adam Lallana, who won't feature despite returning to full fitness and training this week. 2:01PM Southampton team news Team news is here! Here's how #SaintsFC line-up to take on #LFC this afternoon in the #PL: pic.twitter.com/Z5BlYuN4Bc— Southampton FC (@SouthamptonFC) November 18, 2017 2:00PM Liverpool team news �� Our team to face @SouthamptonFC... pic.twitter.com/Jj1KNhBczt— Liverpool FC (@LFC) November 18, 2017 1:43PM Match preview While Jurgen Klopp has relatively little to worry about on the injury front this weekend, the Liverpool boss is himself on the mend after a midweek health scare. Klopp was admitted to hospital as a precautionary measure after feeling unwell on Wednesday, but is fighting fit once again ahead of Southampton's visit to Anfield. “I am really completely fine,” he said in his pre-match press conference.  “I told the players that the doctor said the only thing that can kill me is if we lose football games. That’s it.” No pressure on Liverpool, then, though at least they will be close to full strength as they attempt not to kill their manager with a bad result. Adam Lallana has been passed fit after three months out with a thigh injury, while Jordan Henderson should also be back in action. Sadio Mane is a doubt and is due a late fitness test after picking up a hamstring tweak on international duty with Senegal, while Joel Matip has a thigh problem and is likely to miss out. Other than that, Nathaniel Clyne is the only other notable absentee for the Reds with a long-term back injury. Currently 6th in the table after two wins from their last five league matches,  Liverpool will be hoping for a routine victory to see them keep pace with the top four and boost their middling goal difference. Meanwhile, 13th-placed Southampton are without former Juventus man Mario Lemina on account of an ankle knock. The Saints will, as ever, want to cause an upset at Anfield – this as a small measure of revenge for all the players they have lost to Liverpool and the resulting litany of  ‘feeder club’ jokes. Jordan Henderson and Adam Lallana are once again in contention for Liverpool Credit: John Powell/Getty Images

Liverpool vs Southampton, Premier League: live score updates

4:07PM 48 mins Shane Long looks as if he might get in behind Liverpool's centre-backs, but Simon Mignolet is alive to the danger and clumps the ball back up the pitch. 4:05PM 46 mins Mane has a shot blocked by Romeu, with Liverpool picking up pretty much exactly where they left off at half time. 4:04PM Teams are back out  Southampton will need to be much improved across all areas of the pitch to get anything out of this. Any more errors like those in the first half, and it's game over for the Saints. 3:49PM Half time ... and it's 2-0 to Liverpool. The game has hinged on two moments of genius from Liverpool – or ineptitude from Southampton, depending on perspective. 3:47PM 43 mins Dejan Lovren is the first player into the book after a foul on the edge of the Liverpool area. Ryan Bertrand stands over the free kick and sends an effort sailing just past the post. Mignolet was worried there. Still, it's not quite enough for the Saints. 3:45PM GOAL! Liverpool 2-0 Southampton Coutinho is the provider as he strokes a pass through the Saints back line, exposing their defensive sloppiness once again. Salah runs in behind and slots past Fraser Forster for the brace. Liverpool haven't been fantastic this afternoon, but Southampton's fallibility has been all too inviting for them. Salah and co. celebrate his second of the game Credit: Peter Byrne/PA 3:41PM 39 mins Liverpool fans aren't happy after Mike Jones fails to play advantage for a shove on Mane. For shame, ref. For shame. 3:38PM 36 mins Coutinho is starting to cause Southampton serious problems now, especially when he runs directly at their defence. He nearly tees up Mane on the flank, but Cedric hooks the ball away. 3:36PM GOAL! Liverpool 1-0 Southampton Liverpool win several corners in quick succession, putting sustained pressure on Southampton. Dusan Tadic attempts to play his way out of danger when a clearance falls to his feet, but is dispossessed on the edge of the box before the ball is threaded through to Mo Salah. Salah takes aim and curls in a beautiful strike from just outside the area. Southampton players throw their hands in the air in frustration, as Tadic slinks back to the centre circle without making eye contact. Salah celebrates his opener with aplomb Credit: Peter Byrne/PA 3:26PM 23 mins Coutinho is on free-kick duties in a dangerous position to the left of the box, but he blasts over the bar with an uncharacteristic lack of accuracy. 3:24PM 22 mins Save! Georginio Wijnaldum has a bash from long range and Forster palms away the shot dramatically. 3:22PM 20 mins This hasn't been the greatest 20 minutes of football so far, with neither side looking particularly effective in possession. 3:20PM 18 mins Sadio Mane gives Southampton a scare as he chases down a loose ball in the box, but Cedric manages to clear it away. Sadio Mane in action against Dusan Tadic and Oriol Romeu Credit: Phil Noble/Reuters 3:14PM 8 mins Chance for Liverpool! Southampton are incredibly sloppy in defence and Fraser Forster fumbles a low shot by Trent Alexander-Arnold, all before a mad scramble in the box. Mo Salah gets on the ball and drags his follow-up wide of the post. That's a let off for the Saints, who switched off completely there. 3:03PM Kick off ... and Dusan Tadic is down clutching his thigh almost immediately. After a once-over by the Southampton medical staff it looks like he'll be able to continue. 2:25PM Jurgen Klopp on Liverpool's line-up “We know about the quality of Southampton, we know about all the stats of course,” Klopp has told the Liverpool FC website ahead of kick off. “They are a possession-based team. That could depend on the opponents they’ve had so far, so we will see today, but we need to be ready to react on that. “If they have the ball and things like this, then we have to bring through our idea of football and that’s the reason for today’s line-up.” 2:08PM Mane in, Lallana out Sadio Mane has clearly overcome his hamstring issue and starts against the Saints. Jurgen Klopp appears to have erred on the side of caution with Adam Lallana, who won't feature despite returning to full fitness and training this week. 2:01PM Southampton team news Team news is here! Here's how #SaintsFC line-up to take on #LFC this afternoon in the #PL: pic.twitter.com/Z5BlYuN4Bc— Southampton FC (@SouthamptonFC) November 18, 2017 2:00PM Liverpool team news �� Our team to face @SouthamptonFC... pic.twitter.com/Jj1KNhBczt— Liverpool FC (@LFC) November 18, 2017 1:43PM Match preview While Jurgen Klopp has relatively little to worry about on the injury front this weekend, the Liverpool boss is himself on the mend after a midweek health scare. Klopp was admitted to hospital as a precautionary measure after feeling unwell on Wednesday, but is fighting fit once again ahead of Southampton's visit to Anfield. “I am really completely fine,” he said in his pre-match press conference.  “I told the players that the doctor said the only thing that can kill me is if we lose football games. That’s it.” No pressure on Liverpool, then, though at least they will be close to full strength as they attempt not to kill their manager with a bad result. Adam Lallana has been passed fit after three months out with a thigh injury, while Jordan Henderson should also be back in action. Sadio Mane is a doubt and is due a late fitness test after picking up a hamstring tweak on international duty with Senegal, while Joel Matip has a thigh problem and is likely to miss out. Other than that, Nathaniel Clyne is the only other notable absentee for the Reds with a long-term back injury. Currently 6th in the table after two wins from their last five league matches,  Liverpool will be hoping for a routine victory to see them keep pace with the top four and boost their middling goal difference. Meanwhile, 13th-placed Southampton are without former Juventus man Mario Lemina on account of an ankle knock. The Saints will, as ever, want to cause an upset at Anfield – this as a small measure of revenge for all the players they have lost to Liverpool and the resulting litany of  ‘feeder club’ jokes. Jordan Henderson and Adam Lallana are once again in contention for Liverpool Credit: John Powell/Getty Images

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