Liverpool will hope to keep their record-breaking start to the season going when they face Wolves away at Molineux on Thursday night.
The Reds are currently 13 points clear at the top of the table, with a couple of games in hand.
The match against Wolves won’t be easy, however, as Liverpool encountered when Nuno Espirito Santo’s men played well at Anfield three weeks ago.
For Jurgen Klopp, he has made it clear that it is one game at a time for his team, who are working wonders this season.
In terms of team news, James Milner, Naby Keita and Xherdan Shaqiri are close to being fit again, but haven’t returned to full team training yet.
Klopp hinted at his pre-Wolves press conference that Fabinho is in good shape, but may still have to wait before getting a start.
Here’s how we think the manager may line his team up on Thursday evening…
GK - Alisson
Alisson has been in great form in goal and has kept six clean sheets in a row now.
He is set to be in goal on Thursday.
RB - Trent Alexander-Arnold
Alexander-Arnold is Liverpool’s premier right-back and is one of the first names on the team-sheet.
CB - Joe Gomez
Gomez has been in imperious form since his return to the starting lineup.
He is now Virgil van Dijk’s undisputed first-choice partner at centre-back again.
CB - Virgil van Dijk
The Dutchman scored against Manchester United and looked good as usual.
He will aim to keep another clean sheet against Wolves.
LB - Andy Robertson
Robertson hasn’t been at his best in the past few games, so he will be looking to iron out some minor form issues at Molineux.
His place is never in doubt, though.
CDM - Jordan Henderson
With Fabinho still expected to slowly come back into the team, captain Henderson will continue to play in defensive midfield.
The Englishman has been in great form for some time now.
RCM - Adam Lallana
Lallana has done well after coming off the bench in the past few games.
He should get a chance from the start in this game at the Molineux, coming in for Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain.
LCM - Gini Wijnaldum
Wijnaldum’s form has been top class since his return from injury, with some magnificent performances thrown in.
He is probably one of the first names on the team-sheet these days.
RW - Mohamed Salah
Salah got an emotionally-charged, victory-sealing goal against United on Sunday – arguably the moment of the season so far.
He will be aiming to continue his good form by scoring goals or assisting them against Wolves.
ST - Roberto Firmino
Firmino’s form away from home has been exceptional this season.
He will want to keep up that good run at Molineux, where he is yet to score.
LW - Sadio Mane
Mane wasn’t at his best against United, but he scored the winning goal against Wolves three weeks ago.
The Senegalese will be looking to do something similar on Thursday.