Emre Can fires home the Liverpool winner.
Full time: Liverpool 2-1 Burnley
Fourth place cemented by Liverpool, who now lead fourth place Arsenal by five points. Burnley invested plenty in this game, taking the lead through Ashley Barnes but they ran out of steam. Georginio Wijnaldum levelled before the break, prior to the winner from Emre Can who thundered the ball into the corner.
That was the chance for Burnley. The ball bounces to Matt Lowton who lets the ball bounce across him and lifts it over the crossbar. Liverpool survive.
Four minutes added on. Can Burnley grab a point?
Mane almost seals the points for Liverpool but Heaton tips the ball over. Liverpool looking good for the points here.
Changes for both sides, with opposite intent. Lucas on for Divock Origi, Sam Vokes replaces Andre Gray. Vokes scored the opener against Liverpool last August.
Burnley have re-discovered their intent from the first half and are praying on some Liverpool complacency. Sean Dyche will nonetheless be impressed by this display; nine points definitely in this side somewhere.
What a chance for Burnley! Liverpool fall asleep at the back as Mee heads across goal and the ball breaks for Barnes, but Klaven gets the block in.
GOAL! Liverpool 2-1 Burnley (Emre Can)
Stunning goal sees Liverpool hit the front for the first time. From absolutely nothing Can lashes goalwards and it flies low past Tom Heaton, who will feel he should have done better.
Coutinho off and Woodburn on with half an hour to play. Interesting move from Jurgen Klopp, particularly as the Brazilian has improved of late.
Liverpool pushing Burnley under the cosh now and the visitors are having to be stubborn in an attempt to retain parity. Philippe Coutinho is a much greater threat in this second. Looks like Ben Woodburn is about to be thrown on.
Back underway at Anfield. Ashley Barnes with a snap volley in the second minute after the resumption, but wide.
Half time at Anfield and Liverpool are fortunate to be level in truth. Burnley have been decent for the most part and are deservedly led through Ashley Barnes. Who can emerge from the half-time stalemate? Second half on the way.
GOAL! Liverpool 1-1 Burnley (Georginio Wijnaldum)
Finally some quality from the Reds and they are level in the twilight of the first half. Mane crosses and when Mee can only block the Wijnaldum's flick the Dutchman reacts first and shovels into the top corner. The important goals keep coming for the summer signing.
Little to get excited about from a Liverpool point of view. At the moment they're missing a big chance to close the gap to the top three. Burnley very happy to sit in and soak up the pressure.
Better-ish from Liverpool as Joey Barton gives the ball away in his own half. Georginio Wijnaldum almost gets in at the second attempt, but Burnley survive. Home crowd very agitated. With Man City and Everton to come, this could be a big missed opportunity.
Burnley have really rocked Liverpool at Anfield and they could have gone two up but Ashley Barnes vollyed wide. He was adjudged to be offside, but that chance emphasises the Reds' plight - they've not really reacted to going behind.
Craig Shakespeare confirmed as Leicester City manager until the end of the season. More to follow.
GOAL! Liverpool 0-1 Burnley (Ashley Barnes)
Burnley's win in August was inspired by an early goal and another comes at Anfield, their first at the old ground since 1975. The ball around the corner catches out the Liverpool back-four and Barnes steals in and pokes the visitors ahead.
Good start from the Clarets at Anfield and George Boyd has a pop at goal, his half volley ballooning over the bar.
Underway at Anfield.
Players are already out and we're pretty much ready to go. Liverpool must avenge their wretched form against the bottom half, while Burnley know a first win at Anfield since 1974 will all-but secure their top flight survival. All the updates on the way.
Full time at White Hart Lane and Spurs have thrashed Millwall to reach the last four. You can recap all the events of the six-goal thumping here, just before we get into our final game of the weekend at Anfield....
If Liverpool win today can you turn the lights off in the top four race? Five points would separate the Reds from fifth place Arsenal in what would represent a fine turnaround from a week ago. Jurgen Klopp's men only have the league to concentrate on, which should surely assure them a top four spot.