Frank Lampard says Kepa's destiny is 'in his own hands'

Frank Lampard says Kepa's destiny is 'in his own hands'

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There is, however, no prognosis on a return for either striker Abraham from his niggling ankle problem, or Pulisic from his lengthy adductor injury.

That could come over the next few fixtures after Loftus-Cheek completed his first 90 minutes for the Under 23s last night.

The manager has confirmed: "He went to Barcelona to have a look at his ankle with another pair of eyes on it but I've got no update".

"Unfortunately, he's unwell at the moment, he's off for a couple of days with a bit of a bug, so there's no further update on the injury".

The central midfielder is a deep-lying playmaker that is efficient in possession with his range of passing and dribbling, plus Lampard has clearly seen something in him to keep him around the main group.

He was less forthcoming about the keeper's long-term future, however.

"There's for sure no favourite in this game and if [there is] then it's Chelsea because they play at home".

'And try to win the game in front of us, train well on the day in front of you'.

"From a common sense perspective, if I am going in that assembly and shout at them like they've misplaced the final 10 video games in a row due to a nasty perspective, that will be actually unusual".

Regarding his selection for the match against Liverpool, Lampard said: "This will be a team that gives everything to try to move on to the next round. Behind a team that wins so many on the bounce is a lot of sweat and hard work which is what I am trying to do here, understanding there will be tough times when I'll be questioned, they'll be questioned and we have to stay tough". It was one of those games that will signpost his talent to the watching football world, producing the goods on the big stage against the team recently crowned the best on the planet. Maybe not, who knows?

Liverpool head to west London looking to bounce back following their shock 3-0 defeat at Watford which ended their long unbeaten run in the Premier League but Jurgen Klopp is confident his players will respond in a positive way this evening.

Lampard, 41, came in with just one season of senior management under his belt, having guided Derby County to the Championship play-off final previous year, where they lost to Aston Villa. "I can't comment, this is a strong Liverpool team". I know Jurgen Klopp wouldn't say that but it nearly feels when you've had a season like that it doesn't feel enough, you still want one of the cups, whether that be the FA Cup or the Champions League. Lampard seems to be contemplating fielding him in upcoming Premier League matches against Aston Villa and Everton.

"We have to understand that the landscape has changed and try to bridge the gap".

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