Philippe Coutinho is set to start his first Liverpool game this season when the Reds take on Burnley in the Premier League, according to Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp. "We need to enjoy the job, because that's what Burnley are doing".
It was a tough chance for the 20-year-old, as the ball came to him at an awkward angle, and it turned out to be Liverpool's final genuine opportunity to take all three points from the match.
While Vokes' memories of facing Liverpool in a Burnley shirt are positive, he has been on the end of dejection at Anfield as well.
It could be a tight contest between the two North West clubs who both sit on 7 points.
It's Scott Arfield with a thumping low volley which gives Burnley the lead!
Finally, he went out of his way to point out a weakness in Liverpool's setup that he was only too happy to exploit: right back Trent Alexander-Arnold. However, it must be frustrating for Klopp to see that Liverpool can't do the same despite having excellent players at their disposal.
GK Simon Mignolet, 6 - Made an important save late on to deny Mee and generally dealt with the aerial stuff confidently throughout.
"The defender can not do exactly the same because it is a foul and I don't know if it was in the box". Never really looked comfortable dealing with the aerial power of Chris Wood.
"Just to cool the people down, what if the new player doesn't hit the first ball [like Dejan Lovren against Sevilla] and he makes exactly the same mistake?"
"I was lucky to manage Barcelona with many outstanding performances but this week has been a lot of goals".
Late on, sub Dominic Solanke hit the frame of the goal as Liverpool pushed for that elusive victor. Nearly created a late victor with a fine run and terrific cross to the back post, but Alexander-Arnold's shot was well saved by the keeper. Nicolas Otamendi added a fourth in the second half with a close-range header. Emre Can created a swift equaliser with a measured ball over the top from just inside his own half.
After the Palace match at Turf Moor, Dyche said he expected Heaton to be out of action for months and, asked if that was still the case, the Burnley boss said Thursday: "Yes, It won't be weeks, it will be a longer period".