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Jamie Carragher names Liverpool player Jurgen Klopp should rest for Merseyside derby

Former Liverpool defender Jamie Carragher speaks exclusively to the ECHO about the Reds need to overcome embarrassment, Carlo Ancelotti's dogs and who should be rested from Klopp's side.
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