Liverpool will be aiming to keep their good form going when they face Chelsea in a crunch Premier League clash at Anfield this Sunday.

The Reds are currently top of the table, having played a game more than Manchester City.

They could kick-off on Sunday behind the Cityzens as Pep Guardiola’s men entertain Crystal Palace hours before the showdown at Anfield.

On current form, Jurgen Klopp’s men are showing great character and determination to keep plugging away and collecting the wins.

However, they will be up against a Chelsea side, who have been in resurgent form off late.

Maurizio Sarri seems to have found the right balance in his starting XI, which is enabling the team to play in an expressive way.

If past history of this fixture is to be taken into account, the Blues have heaped plenty of misery on the Reds at Anfield. In fact, Liverpool haven’t beaten Chelsea at home since 2012.

Hence, if Klopp and his men manage to get the three points on Sunday, it would be huge for them.

Here’s how we think the manager may line his team up come Sunday:

Would you start Keita?