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4-3-3: Liverpool's Strongest Lineup That Could Defeat Bournemouth To Win Their 3rd EPL Match In A Row

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After being part of two of last week's most thrilling Premier League games, Bournemouth and Liverpool are set to clash again at the Vitality Stadium on Saturday afternoon.

Bournemouth, who had a two-goal advantage, suffered a heart-wrenching defeat of 3-2 to Arsenal, who lead the league. Meanwhile, Jurgen Klopp's dominant Liverpool side mercilessly humiliated Manchester United in a 7-0 victory at Anfield.

Bournemouth made a dramatic start to their match at the Emirates, with Philip Billing scoring the second-fastest goal in Premier League history after only 9.11 seconds. The rest of the game lived up to the hype, with five goals scored in total.

Despite travelling to the Emirates, Bournemouth fans were thrilled when Marcos Senesi doubled their lead in the second half. However, their joy was short-lived as Thomas Partey and Ben White quickly equalized before Reiss Nelson's last-minute strike prompted wild celebrations among Arsenal fans.

Although the Bournemouth players were devastated by the result, manager Gary O'Neil could take pride in his team's performance against the league leaders, having also shown bravery against Manchester City the previous weekend in a 4-1 defeat.

Despite their courage, Bournemouth's position at the bottom of the Premier League table has not improved, with only goal difference separating them from Southampton. However, they remain hopeful, with only one point separating them from 17th placed Leeds United.

To climb out of the danger zone, the Cherries need to end their four-game winless streak at the Vitality Stadium. They have lost three matches this season after leading by two goals, squandering a total of 17 points from winning positions. Only Leicester City (19) have given away more points while in a winning position.

Bournemouth may be haunted by their recent nightmare at Anfield, especially after witnessing their upcoming opponents Liverpool crush Manchester United in a remarkable fashion.

On Sunday, Jurgen Klopp had almost the perfect day as Mohamed Salah became Liverpool's all-time leading scorer in the Premier League, Roberto Firmino scored his emotional seventh goal, and Cody Gakpo showcased to his former admirers what they were missing in the demolition of Manchester United.

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