Liverpool will be aiming to earn back-to-back Premier League victories for the first time in over a month when they host Chelsea on Thursday.
The Reds managed to edge past Sheffield United last time out at Bramall Lane courtesy of a strike from youngster Curtis Jones and an own-goal from Blades’ defender Kean Bryan.
How could Klopp line up his team for the visit of the Londoners?
We are expecting three changes to the Liverpool starting XI on Thursday, with the Reds welcoming back a few key injury returnees.
One of the most glaring changes will be in goal where Alisson will come back in to replace Adrian.
Trent Alexander-Arnold, Andrew Robertson and Ozan Kabak are all expected to line-up in defence once again.
However, one change in the back-line could be the inclusion of the fit-again Fabinho after the Brazilian returned to training. He is likely to be reintroduced in the place of Nat Phillips.
One final change could be seen in midfield. Curtis Jones is almost sure to start again after netting at Bramall Lane, whilst Georginio Wijnaldum is also likely to play from the off.
However, Klopp could consider dropping summer signing Thiago to the bench. The Spaniard has started the last ten Premier League games, failing to register a goal or an assist.
He might be replaced by fellow midfielder Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, who deserves a chance to prove himself once again.
Moving into attack and the familiar trio of Mo Salah, Sadio Mane and Roberto Firmino are all set to start once again, despite Diogo Jota’s return to training.
AND in other news, Mo Salah signing for Real Madrid makes a lot of sense for Liverpool…