Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp has hinted at possible rotation when the Reds face FC Porto in the UEFA Champions League tonight (Wednesday 24 November).

The German manager has been afforded the luxury of making changes having already qualified from Group B as winners.

Speaking ahead of the Anfield clash, Klopp was coy over the potential lineup but did suggest there would be opportunities for squad players afoot.

The opinions available to Klopp were also bolstered on Tuesday as James Milner, Jordan Henderson, Divock Origi and Andy Robertson all trained with the main group.

Portuguese forward Diogo Jota was also involved having suffered a ‘proper knock’ in the 4-0 victory over Arsenal on the weekend.


Rotation in what is all but a dead-rubber will be music to Kopites’ ears everywhere.

Whilst it’s unlikely Klopp will field a team packed with academy faces, this side is likely to have an early round of the Carabao Cup feel to it.

As well as affording a much-needed rest to key players, tonight also hands an opportunity to the likes of Takumi Minamino, Neco Williams, Divock Origi and Ibrahima Konate to impress.

Allowed five substitutes in Europe, Klopp will perhaps also take the opportunity to further blood Tyler Morton whilst also getting important minutes into those returning from injury.

Who Should Start At Centre Back Against FC Porto?

Ibrahima Konate & Nat Phillips

Ibrahima Konate & Joel Matip

Ibrahima Konate & Virgil van Dijk

None Of The Above