Liverpool make the trip to Brighton this weekend, with a win putting them three points clear of Tottenham at the top of the Premier League, for the time being at least.
The Seagulls could be a tricky opponent, however, with the Reds coming up against former player Adam Lallana.
Here’s how we think Liverpool will line-up on Saturday lunchtime, in what we think will be a 4-2-3-1 formation…
Alisson has been in excellent form, making one outstanding save in the defeat to Atalanta in midweek.
He will again start this weekend.
We think Milner will replace Neco Williams at right-back, in the continued absence of Trent Alexander-Arnold.
The veteran was superb there against Leicester City last weekend.
Matip will start a third game in the space of six days, should Jurgen Klopp pick him on Saturday.
That would be a risk, given his injury problems, but can Liverpool risk Rhys Williams or Nathaniel Phillips?
Fabinho is expected to carry on at centre-back, having shone so much there this season.
The Brazilian could be deployed in his preferred midfield role, but it seems unlikely because of the lack of defensive options.
Robertson had a little breather in midweek, so he will be raring to go at Brighton.
His attacking forays will be so important, especially without Alexander-Arnold around.
Wijnaldum will need a rest at some point, but Saturday isn’t that day.
The 30-year-old has been a dominant figure all season – let’s hope that continues.
Henderson won’t definitely be fit, but we are being bold and saying he will return.
The skipper could excel in a double pivot alongside Wijnaldum, helping run the midfield with his brilliance.
If he isn’t back, as well as Thiago, the likes of Curtis Jones and Milner are options in that area.
We think Jota will be used on the right-hand side in a 4-2-3-1 system, coming back into the starting lineup after being rested against Atalanta.
The Portuguese hasn’t looked at his best there, but he would still be a big threat in that position, looking to add to his eight goals already this season.
Firmino showed signs of improved form at home to Leicester, finally getting another goal to his name.
He could be in the No.10 role this weekend, if he returns to the fold.
Mane looks the most in need of a rest out of Liverpool’s attacking players, but he is almost too key to leave out at times.
It wouldn’t be a shock if he was on the substitutes’ bench, but that may come against Ajax next week instead.
Salah could lead the line at the Amex Stadium, looking to wreak more havoc with his world-class ability.
The Egyptian is driven by goals – don’t be shocked to see him add more to his tally against the Seagulls.