Jurgen Klopp will be looking for a reaction from his players as Liverpool face Fulham at lunchtime on Sunday.
The Reds put in one of their worst performances under Klopp as they lost 2-0 to Red Star in Belgrade and they’ll be looking to put things right at Anfield this weekend.
No side in the Premier League have conceded as many goals as Fulham so there could be an opportunity for the Reds to find the back of the net a few times, but nothing should be taken for granted.
With a few players returning from injury, Klopp has a few more options at his disposal, but which team will he select for the game?
Here’s the team that I think he’ll pick in a 4-2-3-1 formation:
Alisson will probably be disappointed not to have kept out Red Star’s second goal so he’ll be looking to make up for that with a clean sheet on Sunday.
Trent Alexander-Arnold hasn’t been in great form this season but I think Klopp will want him in the side to offer another attacking option.
It looks like Joe Gomez will be fit to play and I think Klopp will put him back in the team at centre-back.
Virgil van Dijk
Virgil van Dijk has been excellent this season and will look to win the physical battle with Aleksandar Mitrovic.
Alberto Moreno played at left-back in the home game with Cardiff to give Robertson a rest but Klopp will want a response from his side and as such, I think he’ll want the Scotland captain in the side from the start.
Klopp will want to have four attackers on the field and playing Fabinho
Jordan Henderson is back fit after his hamstring injury and I think Klopp will put him straight back into the team.
As mentioned earlier, I think Klopp will want four attackers on the pitch, hence why Shaqiri is in the side. Where in the front four he’ll play is a bit of a guess, but I think he might end up on the right flank.
Sadio Mane didn’t have a great game in Belgrade but his home form was pretty good in recent outings and he’ll be looking to get on the scoresheet against a poor Fulham defence.
I think Klopp will play Roberto Firmino in the number ten role, similar to the job he did against Cardiff.
Mohamed Salah’s goalscoring record at Anfield is ridiculous and if he does start up front as I suspect, he’ll fancy his chances of getting a few goals.