Matip Returns: Predicted Liverpool Lineup vs Crystal Palace

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Premier League leaders Liverpool recovered from a poor first-half display as they came from behind to beat an impressive Crystal Palace 4-3 in an enthralling clash at Anfield on Saturday (Jan 19).

The Dutchman surged forward before finding Wilfried Zaha on the left, and the forward's pass back from the byline was swept home clinically by Townsend with what was Palace's first shot on target.

There was contact on Salah as the former Liverpool defender challenged him for the ball and he had every right to go down in the box and alert the referee to the offence.

Liverpool's back line then handled some late pressure from Palace to seal the three points.

It was a tense performance from start to finish on a day Liverpool were paying tribute to Bob Paisley, the club's most successful manager, before what would have been his 100th birthday on Wednesday.

A game against Crystal Palace represents the ideal opportunity for Liverpool to demonstrate the strength of its fortress.

Liverpool were proving to be a danger from set pieces but after Mane, Matip and Virgil van Dijk all failed to make the most of headed opportunities, Palace took a shock lead.

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"Salah got touched. Did it warrant a penalty?"

James Tomkins headed Palace level but an bad error by veteran goalkeeper Speroni, tipping James Milner's cross towards his own goal for Salah to score his 50th goal in the Premier League, gave Liverpool a lead that was later added to by Sadio Mane.

Crystal Palace, who had won three of their past four league visits to Liverpool, led 1-0 at half-time thanks to Andros Townsend's goal. Even after Liverpool went ahead, Zaha and Patrick van Aanholt continued to be a nuisance for their defence and Tomkins' goal was a just reward for their resilience. "Mentally, I always wanted to stop quite young and also you can't always play the game the way you want to play the game when you're 34".

Saturday's victory over Crystal Palace was thrilling for the neutrals who were watching but hard on the nerves for Liverpool fans as Klopp's side relied on two outrageous slices of luck to overcome Roy Hodgson's dogged outfit.

Liverpool hit the 1,000 goal mark in home games in the Premier League, becoming only the third side to do so after Manchester United and Chelsea. "This is football and we have to live with that", added the league's top scorer with 16 goals.

"He's on a very good way but it will still take time", Klopp said.

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