Predicted Liverpool line-up to face Burnley in the Premier League
Liverpool left it late against Everton in the Premier League as the most unlikeliest of heroes in Divock Origi handed them three points. The Reds are yet to be beaten in the league this season and have kept the pressure on table-toppers Manchester City.
Klopp will now turn his attention to the mid-week clash against Burnley at Turf Moor. The Clarets are on the back of another defeat and are struggling to get out of the relegation zone. Klopp will definitely be aiming for a win to further cement their place in the top-four.
Sadio Mane is a doubt for this game with a slight foot injury. Dominic Solanke and Alex Oxlade Chamberlain are out injured. Klopp is expected to make slight changes to the line-up.
Probable Liverpool XI
Manager: Jurgen Klopp
Alisson Becker (GK)
Justifies his price tag in almost every game with splendid saves. He will surely keep his place.
Joe Gomez (RB)
Gomez could come in at right-back to hand Trent Alexander-Arnold a rest for this game.
Virgil Van Dijk (CB)
Van Dijk will keep his place without a doubt. He is the backbone in this Liverpool team.
Dejan Lovren (CB)
Lovren will partner Van Dijk at the back for this game. He wasn’t bad against Paris Saint-Germain but he didn’t stand out either.
Andrew Robertson (LB)
Robertson has been extremely consistent for the Reds this season. He will continue at left-back.
James Milner (RCM)
Milner was rested against the Toffees and he should return to the line-up for this game at central midfield.
Jordan Henderson (CM)
The captain should start after serving his ban and sit in the middle of the park to dictate play.
Naby Keita (LCM)
Keita deserves a start and this could be the game for him to get it. The midfielder has made a couple of bright cameos after returning from injury.
Mohamed Salah (RW)
Salah will continue down the right flank for this game. He needs to be more clinical in front of the goal.
Divock Origi (ST)
Origi has warranted a start after his superb substitute appearance against Everton. He should lead the line for this one.
Xherdan Shaqiri (LW)
Shaqiri could be shifted out to the left in this game to replace Sadio Mane. The Swiss international is comfortable on both flanks.