The latest headlines from across the Internet profiling Burnley FC’s match with Liverpool FC tonight:
Daily Mail - Burnley striker Danny Ings will step out at Anfield on Wednesday looking to boost his side’s Premier League survival hopes at the expense of the team he has been strongly linked with a move to at the end of the season.
EatSleepSport - Burnley are set to be unchanged for Wednesday’s Premier League trip to Liverpool as the game comes too soon Matt Taylor.
Daily Star - Burnley midfielder George Boyd insists his side are the “fittest” in the Premier League and believes his side get “stronger” at crucial times in matches ahead of their game with Liverpool,
Yahoo Sport - George Boyd has often been hailed as the Premier League’s fittest player - and it seems that the stats are there to back it up.
Daily Mirror - Liverpool vs Burnley: 11 things you need to know as the Reds entertain the Clarets at Anfield
The Independent - Brendan Rodgers could be missing seven first-team players when Liverpool host Burnley in the Premier League tonight.
Liverpool Echo - Liverpool FC v Burnley key stats: The Clarets haven’t scored a goal against the Reds for five league meetings
Sport Review - Steven Gerrard took to social media on Wednesday morning to urge Liverpool to pick up three points against Burnley in the Premier League.
Daily Mirror - Burnley winger George Boyd warns in-form Liverpool that they are no respecter of reputations.
Squawka - Former Liverpool defender Mark Lawrenson has told the BBC in his predictions column that he thinks it is possible Liverpool will find the game against Burnley on Wednesday harder than the one against Manchester City on Sunday.
Liverpool Echo - Liverpool FC and Lee Mason, referee for Wednesday’s game between the Reds and Burnley, have a fair bit of strained history between them.
Football Talk - Liverpool will be looking to continue their excellent recent form when they take on Burnley at Anfield on Wednesday night.
Vavel - Burnley travel to Anfield to take on high-flying Liverpool with the aim of coming away with vital points to take themselves out of the Premier League’s bottom three, whilst Brendan Rodgers’ side will be looking to continue their top-four charge.
ESPNFC - Burnley have recorded some of their best performances this season at the largest clubs, so Sean Dyche’s side should not be daunted by a trip to Anfield on Wednesday night.
Daily Star - LIVERPOOL boss Brendan Rodgers has hailed Burnley’s Sean Dyche as one of the best managers this season.
Daily Mail - Burnley will travel to Liverpool on Wednesday with every belief they have the game plan and fitness to once again cause problems for one of the Barclays Premier League big guns, according to Clarets forward George Boyd.
Sky Sports - Burnley manager Sean Dyche insists striker Danny Ings will not be fazed about facing Liverpool on Wednesday night.