Klopp: Winning the Premier League far harder than Bundesliga

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'That is it. It is different football to what he is used to but he is improving already with big steps.

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Alisson has not come under huge pressure thus far between the sticks, but Babb believes his calming influence on the defence has been a huge part of Liverpool's impressive displays thus far. Get started with betting on the next round of Premier League games.

Liverpool have spent £170 million strengthening the squad that defeated Albion 4-0 at Anfield in May to clinch a Champions League place, signing keeper Alisson, Fabinho, Xherdan Shaqiri and £53 million midfielder Naby Keita who they left at RB Leipzig for a season. That will not happen here.

Liverpool may be top of the league with a 100 per cent record having not yet conceded a goal but manager Jurgen Klopp insists they are still a long way from being the finished article.

"First half was a good mindset, really patient in the right moment, and we scored the goal and could have scored more and I don't think they had a chance in the first half". Man City dropped two points (or did well to get a point depending on how you look at it) earlier and that gives Jurgen Klopp's team a great chance to gain an advantage today.

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"Don't look at the others".

"Every win feels the same, whether you score six or seven goals or you win 1-0, they all feel the same".

"But yes, I would consider these to be very much title contenders as well".

The fact that Liverpool have plenty to improve on despite their ideal start to the season is a frightening prospect for the Premier League, says Martin Keown.

"If you watched the games - we knew before the game but now a few more people know - we have a lot more to do".