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this season, of Liverpool the problems have multiplied tenfold, a snowball effect, which is why Jurgen Klopp’s side need to go off the rails and leave worrying trends and statistics behind.

The microscope is firmly on Liverpool, how did such a rapid decline happen and what else is on the cards until they turn it around? Just two of a long list of questions.

The lack of investment, the seasons under Klopp, the injuries and the inability to control games with the ruthlessness that took this team to the top is not one of the problems.

You believe that this country will come out the other side at some point, but there are a lot of things that need to be fixed to get to that point, and here we look at some disturbing facts that sum up the current problems of red.

Giving way to the first

It’s a constant uphill battle when you give in first, forcing already tired minds and bodies to dig even deeper.

Of the 15 games in which Liverpool conceded first, eight ended in defeat, four in a draw and only three in victory.

Central midfielder – where is he?

In the 22-28 age group, Liverpool only have one midfielder who can tick, Naby Keita.

He has played just 164 minutes this season, leaving Liverpool well behind the Premier League trend for the number of midfielders in their prime.

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Injuries, and lots of them.

The witch is back in the ranks: 22 senior players have missed at least one game through injury this season, with only Adrian, Joe Gomez, Nat Phillips, Fabinho, Harvey Elliott and Mohamed Salah avoiding a similar fate.

It’s a vicious cycle.

Possession is won in the final third

Liverpool’s rating changes with each pass Premier League match, but there is a clear decline when it comes to possession in the final third.

The Reds were the best team in the league by this stat last season, but currently sit in eighth place, dropping from 7.6 averages per game last season to 4.8.

Without an effective press, Liverpool are vulnerable.

Weaknesses on the road

Just eight points in nine away games for the Reds, 13th among the worst results in the top division, not to mention a minus-five goal difference.

Big chances missed

Liverpool’s poor defensive frailties have only increased the pressure on the strikers to take their chances, but after 18 games the Reds have missed the ‘biggest chances’ in the Premier League.

Newcastle are second in the table with 34 goals, ten fewer than Klopp’s side.

And misses big chances

That statistic comes after 17 league games, in which Klopp’s side have missed 51 big chances, more than twice as many as Arsenal, Man City, Newcastle, Man United and Tottenham.

Unsurprisingly, Liverpool have failed to keep a consistent clean sheet – just eight games in 28 games in all competitions.

On the senior side

Now, age doesn’t lead to a complete write-off, far from it, but Liverpool continually over-relying on their high-ranking statesmen, and this may go hand in hand with the decline in intensity that we are seeing.

The average age of of Klopp the current front three – Jordan Henderson, Fabinho and Thiago – is 30.6 years old and, as noted above, Liverpool lack midfielders in their prime. Everything goes hand in hand.

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this season, of Liverpool the problems have multiplied tenfold, a snowball effect, which is why Jurgen Klopp’s side need to go off the rails and leave worrying trends and statistics behind.

The microscope is firmly on Liverpool, how did such a rapid decline happen and what else is on the cards until they turn it around? Just two of a long list of questions.

The lack of investment, the seasons under Klopp, the injuries and the inability to control games with the ruthlessness that took this team to the top is not one of the problems.

You believe that this country will come out the other side at some point, but there are a lot of things that need to be fixed to get to that point, and here we look at some disturbing facts that sum up the current problems of red.

Giving way to the first

It’s a constant uphill battle when you give in first, forcing already tired minds and bodies to dig even deeper.

Of the 15 games in which Liverpool conceded first, eight ended in defeat, four in a draw and only three in victory.

Central midfielder – where is he?

In the 22-28 age group, Liverpool only have one midfielder who can tick, Naby Keita.

He has played just 164 minutes this season, leaving Liverpool well behind the Premier League trend for the number of midfielders in their prime.

Injuries, and lots of them.

The witch is back in the ranks: 22 senior players have missed at least one game through injury this season, with only Adrian, Joe Gomez, Nat Phillips, Fabinho, Harvey Elliott and Mohamed Salah avoiding a similar fate.

It’s a vicious cycle.

Possession is won in the final third

Liverpool’s rating changes with each pass Premier League match, but there is a clear decline when it comes to possession in the final third.

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The Reds were the best team in the league by this stat last season, but currently sit in eighth place, dropping from 7.6 averages per game last season to 4.8.

Without an effective press, Liverpool are vulnerable.

Weaknesses on the road

Just eight points in nine away games for the Reds, 13th among the worst results in the top division, not to mention a minus-five goal difference.

Big chances missed

Liverpool’s poor defensive frailties have only increased the pressure on the strikers to take their chances, but after 18 games the Reds have missed the ‘biggest chances’ in the Premier League.

Newcastle are second in the table with 34 goals, ten fewer than Klopp’s side.

And misses big chances

That statistic comes after 17 league games, in which Klopp’s side have missed 51 big chances, more than twice as many as Arsenal, Man City, Newcastle, Man United and Tottenham.

Unsurprisingly, Liverpool have failed to keep a consistent clean sheet – just eight games in 28 games in all competitions.

On the senior side

Now, age doesn’t lead to a complete write-off, far from it, but Liverpool continually over-relying on their high-ranking statesmen, and this may go hand in hand with the decline in intensity that we are seeing.

The average age of of Klopp the current front three – Jordan Henderson, Fabinho and Thiago – is 30.6 years old and, as noted above, Liverpool lack midfielders in their prime. Everything goes hand in hand.