There were no changes to the Liverpool side that faced Arsenal on Sunday in Brendan Rodgers' line-up versus Burnley, but the quality of play could not have been more different. Liverpool took all three points thanks to a Raheem Sterling goal in the second half, but it won't be enough to disguise some truly terribly play during the first half nor the fact that the players looked generally lifeless and disinterested for much of the game. Brendan Rodgers will have some work cut out for him before Liverpool meet Swansea on Monday.
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