Premier League leaders Liverpool will hope to keep their incredible start to the season going when they face a tricky game away at Crystal Palace on Saturday.
Just before the recently concluded international break, the Reds comfortably defeated Manchester City to take an eight-point lead at the top of the table.
Jurgen Klopp’s side are the only team not to have lost a league game this season and they look good value for their lead at the top of the table.
Trips to Palace haven’t been easy ones historically, however, so they will have to play well to get the better of Roy Hodgson’s men.
In terms of injury news, Liverpool are sweating on the fitness of Andy Robertson and Mohamed Salah, both of whom have been struggling with ankle problems.
Joel Matip is still out, while Nathaniel Clyne is a long-term absentee.
Here’s how we think Klopp’s team may look on Saturday afternoon…
GK - Alisson
Alisson is Liverpool’s undisputed first-choice goalkeeper and a certainty to be between the sticks on Saturday.
RB - Trent Alexander-Arnold
Even though the youngster started both of England’s games during the international break, he will surely start this game, too.
His influence is too great to leave him out currently.
CB - Dejan Lovren
In Matip’s absence, Lovren has done well alongside Virgil van Dijk.
The Croatia international should keep his place in the team, hopefully recreating his performance against City.
CB - Virgil van Dijk
The Dutchman missed the Netherlands’ 5-0 win over Estonia due to personal reasons, but he is certain to be back in Liverpool’s team for this game.
His influence remains unrivalled.
LB - James Milner
With Robertson potentially ruled out of Saturday’s match, we could see the ever-versatile Milner filling in at left-back for this game.
He has done well there in the past, although Wilfried Zaha could be put up against him and cause problems.
CDM - Fabinho
Fabinho is Liverpool’s first-choice defensive midfielder and one of the first names on Klopp’s team-sheet.
Is there a better player in the world in his position at the moment?
RCM - Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain
Jordan Henderson is expected to recover from illness, but Oxlade-Chamberlain may get a start in midfield on Saturday.
The 26-year-old’s dynamism in the middle of the park could be key when it comes to breaking down a stubborn Palace side.
LCM - Gini Wijnaldum
Wijnaldum scored a hat-trick for his country few days back – he is in good form for club and country.
The Dutchman feels like a certainty to start against Palace.
RW - Sadio Mane
With Salah possibly not featuring, Mane could well start on the right wing in this game.
He has a good record against Palace and will hope to get on the scoresheet this weekend.
ST - Roberto Firmino
Firmino is the first-choice forward in the team and a certainty to lead the line at Selhurst Park.
He hasn’t been at his very best of late – let’s hope that changes on Saturday.
LW - Divock Origi
With Salah out and Mane possibly shifting to the right, as mentioned, Origi could start on the left wing.
The Belgian will aim to cut inside and cause havoc, hopefully notching an important goal, as has become the norm over the past 12 months.