Jan Siewert says pressure is on Liverpool vs Huddersfield
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Last Updated: 25/04/19 2:42pm
Jan Siewert says all the pressure is on Liverpool and relegated Huddersfield will go to Anfield on Friday night to enjoy themselves.
The Huddersfield boss is excited at the prospect of facing title-chasing Liverpool, live on Sky Sports Premier League, and has called on his team to make the most of their remaining time in the Premier League.
The relegated Terriers travel to Merseyside following a run of seven defeats, but Siewert believes the pressure will be on Jurgen Klopp's side as they battle with Manchester City for the Premier League title.
Siewert said: "The big pressure is on Liverpool because they are fighting in the title race, they won't underestimate us I'm sure.
"We go there and should be excited, to be brave, and enjoy a big game at Anfield.
"We shouldn't be stupid and say we are the favourites, we are not at all, but we have positives, and the excitement to go there, and play for the best possibility - we can show our qualities at Anfield.
"This is a game in the Premier League, and obviously we are part of that until the end of the season, we have to show we want to compete with them.
"This will be a very tough game and we will need experience. You have to be careful with the young lads in such a game.
It's all about trying to develop them.
"We won't be the team that has most the ball because of Liverpool's qualities. When we have the ball, we have to break through their lines.
"We must learn from it, enjoy it - look at the games we have left it's Liverpool, Manchester United, and Southampton at the end, so it's three big games."
Siewert revealed that Huddersfield will face Liverpool without goalkeeper Ben Hamer, who has been ruled out with a knock, but will be able to call on the services of 21-year-old striker Karlan Grant, who had been ill.
He added: "Ben Hamer still has a knock so won't be involved (at Liverpool).
"Karlan Grant had a good week in training; it's good to have him back in the team. The team have helped him and Karlan is willing to improve. That gives him a boost, he thrives on confidence."