Winning at home will remain number one goal – Liverpool’s Dalglish

With an undefeated record at Anfield so far this season, Liverpool manager Kenny Dalglish will keep imploring his players to pick up points consistently at home.

With an undefeated record at Anfield so far this season, Liverpool manager Kenny Dalglish will keep imploring his players to pick up points consistently at home.

The Reds haven’t been beaten at home yet but have won just three of nine there and ahead of tomorrow night’s meeting with Newcastle United, Dalglish is hoping that more victories are recorded at the venue as the campaign progresses.

"If you wanted to be really positive you would say we're undefeated at home but we don't want to set our standards as low as a draw at home. We want to be winning as often as we can," he told the Liverpool Echo.

"Confidence plays a huge part in everything you do. They have been really strong so far in that they continue to keep getting in there. We had 27 shots the other night which is massive. We will keep at it.

"We have changed formations and we have changed players. But one thing we won't change is our philosophy. We just need maybe the Kop to blow one in or the opponent's keeper to throw one in for us. That would help."

 

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