Liverpool are back in Premier League action tonight as they tackle Leeds United at Elland Road.
The match takes place on the backdrop of the huge news revolving around the European Super League proposals but Jurgen Klopp will certainly be attempting to keep the Reds focused on their task to earn a position in the top-four following their elimination in the UEFA Champions League at the hands of Real Madrid.
How many changes could the German be tempted to make for the trip to Yorkshire?
We are expecting as many as three alterations for Klopp tonight.
Despite that, there will not be any in the defence where Alisson will once again be shielded by the likes of Trent Alexander-Arnold, Ozan Kabak, Nathaniel Phillips and Andrew Robertson.
There will, however, be two changes in the centre of the park.
Fabinho will retain his spot just in front of the backline but will have different colleagues to look out for. Due to the quick turnaround, James Milner and the £90k per week Georginio Wijnaldum could well drop out.
This would usually have given Thiago Alcantara an opportunity to start. However, with the Spaniard having not yet registered a goal or an assist for the Reds since a summer move, it would possibly be better to reintroduce Curtis Jones who has eight direct goal contributions to his name this season.
Meanwhile, Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, who has not started in the Premier League since mid-January, could also potentially be introduced for a more attacking threat.
Mo Salah and Roberto Firmino could well remain in the starting line-up but Sadio Mane surely has to be benched having not scored in any of his last nine Premier League games.
He could once again be replaced by Diogo Jota.