Liverpool dropped Premier League points at home for the first time this season as Burnley left Anfield with a 1-1 draw on Saturday to dent the Reds' hopes of a record-breaking season.
Klopp's men remain on course to surpass Manchester City's current record total of 100 points in a single campaign, with Liverpool sitting on 93 with three games left.
However, Liverpool are going to need to win their three remaining matches to set a new outright record - and up next is a trip to Arsenal on Wednesday night.
The Gunners' hopes of European football have taken a hammering over the last 24 hours: Mikel Arteta's side lost the north London derby 2-1 at Tottenham on Sunday, before Man City's successful CAS appeal of their Champions League ban has squeezed places for continental football next term.
Arteta will want an immediate response from his side as they chase Europa League qualification, but they will have to be at their very best to stop this Liverpool side.
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