Liverpool, who have not won the English top-flight since 1990, have drawn four out of their past six league games, leading to suggestions that may be feeling the nerves.
The Reds looked worryingly limp going forwards in their stalemate at Goodison Park on Sunday and their destiny is now out of their hands for the first time in 2019.
Burnley sit five points above Cardiff City in the last relegation slot, with nine games to play, and Dyche said: "You lose two and that makes another story, but we've not been beaten in eight".
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"They also don't have the majority of possession in games, so we need to be creative and patient".
Burnley are slightly better off but at the other end of the table.
Guardiola's side have five successive league victories that have taken them a point clear with Klopp's men. They want it more than anyone. At this stage, it's the most important thing - to get the three points.
He spent two seasons in Major League Soccer with LA Galaxy, then retired in 2017 and returned to Anfield as Under-18 coach before accepting the manager's job at Rangers last summer.
"My dream is to win trophies with Liverpool because Liverpool deserve trophies".
But it is not all doom and gloom for the Clarets.
Paul Merson has warned Jurgen Klopp that Liverpool FC are facing a must-win game against Burnley at Anfield on Sunday.
"I love the Newcastle fans and all the people in the stadium so it's insane to get a goal like this when you play at home".
The stats are a bit gloomy for the Reds as well.
"So if you put the two in 10, absolutely terrific, the points return in those games, 18 points - almost two a game in the Premier League is really good".
De Bruyne will have played in just seven of City's 30 league games this term if, as expected, he misses out against Watford.
Sizeable investment has been made, with record-setting deals done for the likes of Van Dijk and Brazil worldwide goalkeeper Alisson. The Brazilian forward has scored 9 and assisted 4 in 28 appearances over 2,108 minutes.
"Rhian [Brewster] is in a really good way and a place where Ox was three weeks ago probably. He's doing everything he can", Gerrard, who now manages Scottish side Rangers, added. This is second-best after Salah but given the Egyptian's dip in form, Klopp will look for others to pitch in, both in the build-up, as well as in the attack and Firmino is ideal for both.
For the away side, keep an eye out on Chris Wood who might have the support of Ashley Barnes up top.
However, he remains only one goal behind City's Sergio Aguero in the race for the Premier League golden boot. His xGchain90 of 0.68 also indicates that his build-up play is also effective.