SEAN Dyche says his focus is on trying to get a result at Liverpool, not anything that happened in the reverse fixture between the sides.

Burnley and Liverpool's last meeting saw the Reds win 3-1 at Turf Moor in December.

After the game Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp expressed his unhappiness about some of the challenges there had been on his players, including one by Ben Mee on Joe Gomez, who suffered a leg fracture.

Dyche at the time came out fighting in response to Klopp, commending his players for their tackling, and also accused Daniel Sturridge of having dived in the game.

On Friday Klopp said he had "no bad feelings about that game".

And when Dyche was asked about the questioning of his side's tackling that there had been on that occasion, he said: "I don't think there was anything other than an opinion.

"You get asked so many questions, you have to give an opinion. All managers have their view of the game. Sometimes you think you've seen things that you haven't, sometimes you've seen it and it is. But that's each individual. Everyone has a varying view of things.

"All I know is they have moved on, we have moved on.

"The facts are the facts - they are a very strong side, they were strong on that occasion, they beat us fair and square."

He added with regard to Sunday's contest: "There's no special story - it's just 'can we get another point, can we get a win?' They are the challenges.

"A very tough challenge that is, but our job is to see if we can take on mighty powers like Liverpool at their place and get a result."