Poetry in Motion: Liverpool are in a trough – Manchester United and Xherdan Shaqiri can lift them out of it

Liverpool supporters have been treated to some superb football over the last few seasons - but the recent run of form they have been in is a worry. Joining regular host Neil Fitzmaurice on Poetry in Motion are Paul Gorst and Joe Rimmer, as they discuss Jurgen Klopp's side's lack of goals, and look ahead to the perfect fixture for them to up their match for: Manchester United at Anfield on Sunday. Could Swiss winger Xherdan Shaqiri make a big impact on that game as he has in the past? He has certainly looked like a creative spark at times this season when he has been fit. Elsewhere, Liverpool look unlikely to make a signing this January, with the pros of cons of that debated too, as well as the likes of Rhys Williams and Nat Phillips, the young options playing at the moment, and Sepp van den Berg, another centre-back who appears to be on his way out on loan.

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