Liverpool has earned six out of six points so far in the 2015-16 Premier League season by carrying out Brendan Rodgers' orders. Adam Lallana sees no reason to change strategy.
Lallana said Wednesday Liverpool is gunning for victory in its next Premier League game, which pits the Reds against Arsenal. Lallana trusts Rodgers to devise a plan for him and his teammates to execute that will extend Liverpool’s season-opening winning streak to three games.
“The manager will set us up to get a result there,” Lallana said, according to Sky Sports. “We’ve had two clean sheets in two games and we’ll be looking for a third on Monday night. We’re going there to try to get the win.”
Lallana expects Liverpool to benefit from a full week of preparation between its win over Bournemouth and the Arsenal game Monday at the Emirates Stadium. Like a few of his teammates, Lallana hopes practice will make for a sharpened Liverpool attack to accompany its sturdy defense.
“We’ll go to Arsenal with a gameplan to keep this run going,” he said. “We’ve got a full week to prepare for Arsenal now. Hopefully we can go there and put on a good show.”
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