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Liverpool play Italian side Udinese at Anfield this Thursday and judging by their results this Season, we don’t have too much to worry about.
The Bianconeri currently lie in 16th place in Italy’s Seria A with 6 points from six games, despite finishing in 3rd place last Season.
Under coach Francesco Guidolin, the Udinese have scored very few goals during this Campaign, indeed, veteran forward, Antonio Di Natale is their top-scorer with just two goals to date in La Liga.

In The Europa League they drew with Anzhi 1-1 with Di Natale cancelling out a Padelli own goal, to earn a valuable point for the latino’s  in their first Europa League Group game this Season.
While they may look a pushover, Liverpool must treat this game at Anfield as a tricky-tie and a strong team must be put on the pitch if we wish to win the game and remain top of the Group.

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