27 August 2019 14:47
Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp says he has the biggest respect for Burnley manager Sean Dyche. Turf Moor is renowned as one of the toughest away venues in the Premier League. And Klopp knows his Champions League winning side face no easy contest in East Lancashire on Saturday. He told the club's website: "Burnley, we all know how tricky this place is. They are in a good moment.
They play their style, they just continue doing it. I have the biggest respect for Sean Dyche and what he is doing there. It is always so tough to go. "We need to prepare that, we will do that, and then the boys fly all over the world going for their national teams. Hopefully they will come back healthy and then the rest of the season starts pretty much." On having a seven-day break in between games, Klopp added: "[It's] pretty much the last time for… ages!
We will use that. I'm looking forward to the week again." Sunderland supporters travelling to Turf Moor without a ticket will be able to pay on the night at the ground. The Black Cats head to Lancashire for their Carabao Cup round two tie with Premier League side Burnley on Wednesday, kick-off 7:45pm. Tickets will be available to purchase at the Stadium of Light ticket office 'til 5pm on Tuesday 27 August in person or via the telephone. After that, remaining tickets will be on sale at from 6pm from the ticket office near to the Bob Lord Stand at Turf Moor. Tickets will be priced at £20 for adults, £12 for over-65s and £12 under-22s and £7 for under-18s. Collections will also be from 6pm at the same ticket office at Turf Moor. HOW TO BUY In person at the Stadium of Light ticket office: Monday - Friday: 9am-5pm Matchday Saturdays: 10am- kick off Closed non-matchday Saturdays, Sundays and Bank Holidays* *To buy tickets for any available home games, please visit the Stadium of Light Club Store, located in the West Stand (open Saturday 9am-5pm, Sunday 10am-4pm).For any additional enquiries please call the Stadium of Light ticket office on 0371 911 1973, during the listed opening hours above. *Bookings are subject to a fee of £1.25 per ticket and a postage charge (where applicable) of £1 per transaction, on all online and telephone orders to cover service charges and administrative costs. In the case of group applications, a booking fee of £1.25 will be charged per ticket up to a maximum of £10 per application. Postage charges may vary, please contact the Ticket Office for more information. Please note that under-16 tickets purchased as a single must be picked up from the ticket office with proof of age. Under-12s tickets must be accompanied by an adult.