Trent Alexander-Arnold's cross clears everyone in a packed Burnley penalty box and that might just be the last chance gone for the hosts...
- Scott Arfield puts Burnley ahead
- Mohamed Salah levels with fifth goal for the club
- Ben Mee has header cleared off the line by Matip
- Nick Pope makes two superb saves to deny Liverpool
- Philippe Coutinho first start of season for Liverpool
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Nick Pope pushes Emre Can's shot wide to give Liverpool their 11th corner of the day...
Four minutes added on...
A minute to go and Mohamed Salah's powder-puff shot is gobbled up by Nick Pope.
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Philippe Coutinho's departure ends a busy day for him with 96 touches in all. Only Ragnar Klavan has seen more ball for the Reds.
The Brazilian had seven shots but either saw them go wide or be blocked, nothing on target. Jurgen Klopp's side have had 28 efforts at goal in all and 10 corners.
Liverpool are throwing the kitchen sink at Burnley now.
Good work from Trent Alexander Arnold, a strong penalty shout as Mohamed Salah goes down, but play goes on and Dominic Solanke's instinctive side-foot volley from three yards flies up and hits the bar.
He did well to react and get a touch so that is not as bad as it sounds.
Trent Alexander-Arnold's volley is sweetly hit but Nick Pope is equal to it, dropping on the ball and smothering it.
Liverpool's youngsters combine, but Dominic Solanke's glancing header drifts wide from 15 yards and Trent Alexander-Arnold's deep, swirling cross.
Ben Mee. At the far post. Another free header.
And this time Simon Mignolet saves with his knees.
A defeat here would be the most Liverpool of results.
Burnley come closer to a winner than Liverpool have the whole half.
Ben Mee wins a far-post header, the ball loops over Simon Mignolet and only a covering, stretching Joel Matip can guide it over the top.
Jurgen Klopp shuffles the pack in search of a winning hand.
Off come the Brazilian duo Philippe Coutinho and Roberto Firmino with Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain and Dominic Solanke on in their place.
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Could Burnley pull off an extraordinary heist?
They are up for it if the chance arises.
After winning the ball high up the pitch, Robbie Brady bombs on gamely and brings a save out of Simon Mignolet from 20 yards.
Liverpool have been patient, probing and inventive. But they are increasingly up against the clock.
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Match of the Day commentator
It's wave after wave of Liverpool pressure but Burnley are standing tall and just about keeping them out.
There have been some good saves.
Philippe Coutinho tricks his way to the byeline but James Tarkowski, who has been everywhere, slides in to block the Brazilian's pull back.
Emre Can nods over from the resulting corner.
Liverpool wobble under another testing set-piece, setting up with a ridiculously high line to defend a wide free-kick and then losing their men as the delivery comes in.
Ben Mee almost gets something on it.
Liverpool have had 25 shots, seven of which were on target.
Burnley have had two, one on target.
Wave after wave now.
And that would have been a sublime way to take the lead.
Roberto Firmino lays the ball off, Daniel Sturridge stubs the cutest of chipped throughballs and the overlapping James Milner meets it with a full-blooded hip-height volley.
James Tarkowski ruins the aesthetic with a tremendous last-ditch block.
Daniel Sturridge controls the ball in the box, shimmers, turns, takes a touch, but just can't find the space to get off a shot.
The Liverpool striker shakes his head with frustration as the Burnley mob descend on him.