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Wasted openings came back to bite Liverpool in their pulsating pre-Christmas draw with then-leaders Arsenal, and an identical tale almost befell Jurgen Klopp’s outfit at Turf Moor, where chance after chance went begging after Darwin Nunez curled home a delightful opener.

However, even as the Burnley faithful began to find their voice after two disallowed goals for the Reds – one far more controversial than the other –

 Vincent Kompany’s men could not capitalise, and Diogo Jota rubber-stamped a Liverpool triumph with a 90th-minute effort from an incredibly tight angle.

Cody Gakpo and Harvey Elliott both had strikes ruled out at Turf Moor – Mohamed Salah was deemed to have been interfering from an offside position for the latter, which was

labelled “insane” by Klopp – but with Arsenal suffering a shock home loss to West Ham United a couple of days later, first place belongs to Liverpool at the time of writing.

Whether the Reds will enter the New Year on their throne remains to be seen, though, as Arsenal can temporarily return to their perch by sinking Fulham on New Year’s Eve, prior to which a fanciful nine-goal win for Aston Villa against Burnley would send the Lions top.

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After prevailing in each of their 11 opening home games of the new term, playing out two draws in their last three Anfield battles may have dampened the spirits somewhat, but not since 2005 have they fallen to defeat on New Year’s Day, winning four and drawing one of their subsequent five fixtures.

contrast, the Newcastle contingent will be praying for the New Year to breathe a new sense of life into their under-staffed and under-performing side, who were condemned to their sixth loss from seven games against Nuno Espirito Santo’s Nottingham Forest thanks to an erstwhile marksman.

Alexander Isak may have drawn first blood from the penalty spot, but the Swede’s predecessor left St James’ Park stunned into silence, as Chris Wood conjured up a phenomenal hat-trick with three sublime left-footed strikes to ruin the Boxing Day festivities in the North East.

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