Liverpool on paper have had an almost perfect start to the Premier League season.
Jurgen Klopp’s side have won all four of their four matches and have only conceded one goal.
They sit at the top of the table heading into the international break but ahead of their return, it gives the manager time to assess his team options.
So far, Klopp has made just one change to the personnel in Liverpool’s four matches, with Jordan Henderson coming in for Naby Keita against Leicester City at the weekend.
However, the performance at the King Power Stadium should give the German coach plenty of thinking to do.
The Reds won the game 2-1, but it was a fortunate win for the away side, who ended up holding on to all three points.
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Trent Alexander-Arnold has emerged as first-choice right-back since making the breakthrough last season.
The England international has earned that position, but at just 19 years of age, there is a danger of the youngster burning out.
Against Leicester, the right-back hit a few wayward passes and struggled to keep up defensively.
With that in mind, should Klopp give Alexander-Arnold a rest and start Nathaniel Clyne for a few matches?
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