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Robbie Savage sets the scene ahead of Chelsea and Liverpool showdown in crazy video

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BT Sport duo Robbie Savage and Darren Fletcher like to do things a little differently if their Saturday morning 'Fletch and Sav' show is anything to go by - and their latest video proves just that.

Savage, a former pro with Leicester and Derby, takes the lead in the short video to set the scene before Liverpool's showdown against Chelsea earlier today, which the Reds won comfortably thanks to two goals from Philippe Coutinho and a late Christian Benteke strike.

Constantly animated at the best of times, Savage takes on the true meaning of the word as his avatar speaks to fellow BT sport stars Jake Humphrey, Rio Ferdinand, and Jose Mourinho about the big game.

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You can check out the crazy video below: 

The pressure is on Jose Mourinho meanwhile following Chelsea's sixth defeat of the Premier League season which leaves them well off the pace.

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The Blues have just 11 points from their first 11 games of the season, 14 points less than current joint league leaders Arsenal and Manchester City.

His post-match interview with BT Sport was a prickly affair, lasting just 55 seconds during which he responded to every question asked with the phrase: "I have nothing to say".

You can check out the video of Mourinho's bizarre interview below:

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