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Jurgen Klopp will be a happy man after his side managed to take all 3 points from their trips to the Bet 365 and the Hawthorns in the previous two games in the league. The Reds will be confident of continuing their form and will hope to three points from this home game against Crystal Palace as well. The Eagles are fresh from a draw against Leicester City and have lost just one of their last 6 league games, and are sure to make it hard for the Reds. Liverpool cannot afford to drop points in this game.
The Reds were dealt a blow after it was revealed that skipper Jordan Henderson may not play against this season. However, midfielder Adam Lallana is back in training but he is also not expected to be up for this tie. Firmino, who is carrying a niggle, should be up for this clash though.
The Belgian shot-stopper has been in tremendous form of late and should keep his place in the first team for this clash.
A consistent performer for Liverpool, Clyne will hope to put in a strong shift in this game against Palace on the right-flank.
The first-choice center back for Liverpool, Matip will have his work cut out against the likes of Wilfried Zaha and Christian Benteke in this game.
Partnering Matip should be the former Southampton man Lovren, who has put in some decent performances alongside the Cameroon international this season.
The English midfielder has done a superb job at left-back for Liverpool and should keep his place in the side for this game.
Putting in a solid performance and picking up an assist in the previous game should see Lucas start this game in midfield for Liverpool.
A consistent performer for Liverpool, Wijnaldum is an important part of the squad at the club and will have to play a decent role in this clash.
In sizzling form of late for the club, Can has added the much-needed mettle to the Liverpool midfield in recent games and he should start this game as a part of the midfield three.
Currently, the most in-form player for Liverpool, Firmino has scored in the last two games and he should start on the right wing against the high-flying Eagles.
The Brazilian has picked up some good form recently and will have to play an important role if Liverpool are to win this game.
The Belgian star has worked well in this system under Jurgen Klopp and should continue to lead the attack for his side.