Bournemouth vs Liverpool live updates

Bournemouth vs Liverpool live updates

Played for both

There have been a number of players who have played for Liverpool and Bournemouth including:

  • Jamie Redknapp
  • Dominic Solanke
  • Jordon Ibe
  • Nat Phillips
  • Brad Smith

Liverpool sold Solanke, Ibe and Smith for a combined fee of over £40million ($48m).

Liverpool confirm four-year Expedia extension for shirt sleeve sponsorship

Liverpool have agreed a four-year extension to their shirt sleeve sponsorship deal with Expedia.

The Athletic reported that the agreement was set to be finalised earlier this week.

The previous agreement with the online travel firm, which had been due to expire this summer, was understood to be worth around £9million ($10.6m) per year.

James Pearce·

Liverpool Correspondent

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Breaking down Bournemouth’s brilliant nine-second kick-off goal against Arsenal

Last weekend’s match may not have ended the way Bournemouth supporters wanted, but boy did it begin brilliantly.

Ahmed Shooble has broken down their brilliant opening goal against Arsenal, which ranks as the second fastest in Premier League history, looking at:

  • Overloading Arsenal’s right side
  • How Dominic Solanke’s clever movement was key
  • Analysts Sam May and Tom Webber were seen celebrating
  • Not the club’s first clever routine they’ve scored from

Check out his piece below.

Michael Dominski·

Live Reporter

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Breaking down Bournemouth’s brilliant nine-second kick-off goal against Arsenal

Walk On – Bellingham, Henry’s investment ‘update’ and Weghorst the Kopite

On the latest edition of our Liverpool podcast, James Pearce and Andy Jones were alongside Tony Evans to bask in the fallout of the club’s 7-0 demolition of Manchester United before looking ahead to today’s visit to Bournemouth.

Following John W Henry’s ‘update’ on FSG’s search for investment at Liverpool the panel also debated how the Reds could approach the summer transfer market and in particular their stance on Jude Bellingham, following Borussia Dortmund’s elimination from the Champions League.

Listen here!

Michael Dominski·

Live Reporter

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The Athletic Football Podcast – Weekend PL preview

Dan Bardell is joined by Tim Spiers, George Elek and bet365’s Steve Freeth as Liverpool look to push on from their 7-0 thrashing of Manchester United, while Erik Ten Hag’s side look for a response.

In the title race, Man City once again play ahead of Arsenal with Pep Guardiola’s side taking on Crystal Palace followed by Arsenal travelling to Fulham on Sunday.

Down at the bottom Bournemouth welcome Liverpool, having already conceded nine to the Reds this season, Manchester United welcome Southampton and West Ham take on Aston Villa as the Hammers struggle to pull clear of danger.

Listen here!

Michael Dominski·

Live Reporter

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Michael Dominski·

Live Reporter

The battle to avoid the drop: Which club is best equipped to deal with relegation?

Nottingham Forest have spent £160m across the past two transfer windows.

Leicester City posted a club-record £92.5 million loss this week.

Everton will move into their new stadium for in 2024 and they have lost £260m across the past two years.

All of the currently sit above last-place Bournemouth.

The fight to stay in the Premier League is intensifying. Which club would be on the strongest financial footing if they go down?

Philip Buckingham has more below.

(All photos by Getty Images)

Michael Dominski·

Live Reporter

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Liverpool early team news

Jurgen Klopp said yesterday that Liverpool have no fresh injury issues with Luis Diaz, Joe Gomez and Thiago still sidelined.

“All three not available and at different stages I’d say,” Klopp added.

“Joey might be able to train at the beginning of the week and Luis, I hope during next week too. After the international break then is obviously for both possible (to play again).

“Thiago, we will see. None of them trained yet with the team and we will see how that develops in the next couple of weeks.”

James Pearce·

Liverpool Correspondent

Bournemouth early team news

Jefferson Lerma is an injury doubt for Bournemouth after the midfielder missed his first game of the season last weekend against Arsenal.

Hamed Traore and Marcus Tavernier remain unavailable for selection for Gary O’Neil.

“Jeff’s touch and go,” O’Neil said yesterday. “He’s not done as much as you would have liked but he’s further along than the others so we will make a call on him tomorrow.

“Lewis Cook is back so it’s good to have him. The rest should be fairly similar to where we were last week.”

Michael Dominski·

Live Reporter

Hello and welcome

Hello and welcome to our live coverage of Bournemouth vs Liverpool in the Premier League.

Bournemouth will monitor Jefferson Lerma but are without injured trio Marcus Tavernier, Junior Stanislas and Hamed Traore.

Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp may pick the same starting line-up which began Sunday’s thrashing over Manchester United, with Luis Diaz, Thiago, Calvin Ramsay and Joe Gomez all out.

Luke Brown·

Managing Editor, News

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