It's all over! Liverpool steal it in stoppage time!
- Burnley could go five league games without a win
- Liverpool have gone 15 games without defeat in all competitions
Unbelievable! Dejan Lovren nods the free-kick across goal, and Ragnar Klavan stoops low to head the ball in at the far post!
It's a hectic finish, with Liverpool winning a free-kick in the Burnley half....
Charlie Taylor whips in the cross from the left, Sam Vokes nods the ball on to the far post and Johann Gudmundsson dives in to head the ball low past Simon Mignolet! It had been coming...
And within seconds Sam Vokes' downward header to a Johann Gudmundsson cross forces Simon Mignolet into a good stop at the other end. It's end-to-end stuff now!
Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain gets into the area and unleashes a fierce shot, but Nick Pope sticks out his left hand to make a great stop. That had to hurt!
Ashley Barnes flicks a corner on at the near post, and the ball only just eludes the onrushing Phil Bardsley at the far stick. It's a lively response from Burnley.
Johann Gudmundsson is felled by Joe Gomez on halfway, and Roger East irks the home fans by stopping play for a free-kick.
Burnley attack, and Ashley Barnes essays a superb left-footed volley from the corner of the area that bounces a foot wide of the far post!
Burnley win a rarer-than-hens-teeth corner, but Ben Mee gets under the ball and his header loops over Simon Mignolet's bar.
Trent Alexander-Arnold then goes close to a spectacular second goal, forcing Nick Pope to make a save high to his left to push the Liverpool defender's swerving, long-range shot around his post.
Trent Alexander-Arnold sends in another testing cross, which Phil Bardsley concedes for yet another corner. This time Bardsley thumps it away, but it is one-way traffic at the moment.
Adam Lallana collects the corner a long way from goal, and he wins another corner with a deflected shot.
Sadio Mane is off for Liverpool, replaced by Roberto Firmino, while Burnley bring Jeff Hendrick off and Sam Vokes trots on.
Liverpool are taking a firm grip on this, winning their fifth corner - the Clarets have had just one.
A Liverpool clearance sees the ball land on the roof of the stand - it just sticks there, and we won't be using that one again today...
Georginio Wijnaldum gets to an Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain corner at the near post, but he can only deflect it over the bar.
Scott Arfield goes at Dejan Lovren in the box, but the ball just runs away at the last second and Simon Mignolet hoofs it clear.
That's only the seventh goal conceded by Burnley at home this term - have they got it in them to drag this one back?
What a hit! Trent Alexander-Arnold crosses from the right, and Sadio Mane collects it on the edge of the box before sending an unstoppable shot into the roof of Nick Pope's net. A superb strike, and his fifth of the season.
Mee pumps a free kick forward from halfway, but after a spell of possession Bardsley's ball over the top to Jeff Hendrick sees the Irishman caught offside, but only just.
Ben Mee concedes another corner to Liverpool, but the hosts win it back and break downfield. Roger East plays advantage as Ashley Barnes and Dejan Lovren clash in midfield, but Phil Bardsley's cross fails to take advantage, with Johann Gudmundsson's header rolling out of play on the far side.
A Liverpool corner ends up back with Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, whose cross is met by Georginio Wijnaldum, but his back-header loops over the bar.
Sadio Mane tangles with Bardsley in the Burnley area and hits the deck, but referee Roger East ignores the claims for a penalty.
Charlie Taylor thumps the ball two-thirds of the way down the field from defence, but with Ashley Barnes lurking, Dejan Lovren nods it safely back to Simon Mignolet
Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain feeds Emre Can from the left, the German gets a shot off quickly but Scott Arfield charges it down on the edge of the area.
Johann Gudmundsson skilfully brings a long ball down and squares it across the Liverpool area, only for Ragnar Klavan to intercept and clear.
Dominic Solanke gets the second half under way.
The teams are out, no changes for either side yet, but it is absolutely lashing it down at Turf Moor.
Former England defender on Final Score
On Final Score Danny Mills has had his say on Jurgen Klopp's team selection...
You have to do it at this period of the season when the games are coming thick and fast, 48 hours is just not enough to recover properly. Yes you can get through games but you're never at your peak and if you have a knock it's not enough - 48 hours is peak soreness, when you feel stiffest after a game and at your most tired.
Despite conceding so much possession, Burnley ended the half the better side and could have been ahead. Nick Pope's save to deny Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain is the only time the Burnley keeper has been called seriously into action.
Charlie Taylor sends in a teasing low cross from the left across the face of the six-yard area, and Ragnar Klavan has no choice but to touch it behind for a corner.
Burnley take it quickly, but Liverpool reorganise well and clear the danger.
Burnley lose the ball in midfield and the game opens up for Liverpool, but Alex Oxlade- Chamberlain's shot from an angle is cut out by the retreating James Tarkowski.
That chance for Scott Arfield has lifted Burnley, on and off the pitch, and the Clarets are enjoying a decent spell now.
Ashley Barnes gets in front of Dejan Lovren to knock a cross down to Scott Arfield, who sees his low, curling shot roll just the wrong side of Simon Mignolet's right-hand post. Burnley's best chance of the game so far.
Phil Bardsley dives in at the last second to get the ball away from Dominic Solanke after it had ricocheted around the Burnley six-yard area.
Burnley win a free-kick in a dangerous position, but after Johann Gudmundsson slams his shot into the wall he wins it back to chip the ball back into the box. Ashley Barnes twists in mid-air, but he cannot get a touch on it and Liverpool can clear
Trent Alexander-Arnold floats a lovely cross all the way over the Burnley defence from the right, but it's just a touch too high for Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, who had found a bit of space on the far side.
Georginio Wijnaldum takes aim from a few feet outside the Burnley box, but only threatens those in Row Z with his effort that flies off into the stands.
Tom: The same fans bleating about Klopp rotating the squad are the same fans who’d be baying for blood if Coutinho, Salah and Firmino played and picked up a muscle strain/tear. Blinkered, no perspective.
Tim: Liverpool have got the best depth to their squad for years. Today is their first test of this.
Steven Defour sends in a low cross from the left, and Scott Arfield gets enough of his head on it to send the ball on target although Simon Mignolet only has to dive close to his right to make the save. But that rare chance has finally roused the home fans.