Liverpool’s last outing, the 3-1 defeat at Leicester City, was another low point on what has been a rollercoaster season so far.
They’ll need to move on quickly from that result as they host Arsenal in the late kick-off on Saturday, a game which not be easy at all.
Liverpool’s record against the ‘bigger’ sides under Jurgen Klopp is exceptional and Reds fans will be hoping that it continues when Arsene Wenger’s side come to town.
Both clubs are in a difficult situation due to indifferent results and a victory for either side will be a massive boost, whilst a loss would massively dent their Champions League aspirations.
Liverpool will be without captain Jordan Henderson as he has a foot injury, whilst striker Daniel Sturridge has also been ruled out with a hip issue.
So, with that in mind, here’s the XI which I think Klopp will use in the big game: