With the Champions League final over two weeks away, Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp has time to assess his options with regards to team selection.
The Merseyside outfit have delighted with their attractive attacking displays, but in the last few games, something has been missing.
Klopp’s men have lacked urgency, and their once clinical touch in the final third has been non-existent in recent Premier League matches against Stoke City and Chelsea, which ended in a goalless draw and defeat respectively.
With the top-four race going to the wire, Liverpool know that they need to beat Brighton on the final day of the campaign in order to qualify for next season’s Champions League.
Of course if they fail to do so, they have the opportunity of securing their place by winning the final on May 26.
The Merseyside outfit will be underdogs heading into the contest as they take on Real Madrid, who are hoping to win their third consecutive trophy in the competition.
Trent Alexander-Arnold – valued at £7.2m by Transfermarkt – has been first-choice right-back in recent weeks, and he hugely impressed in the quarter-final tie against Manchester City.
However, in the second leg of the semi-final against Roma, the 19-year-old showed his age and struggled to cope at times.
Given that Liverpool will be up against world-class elite when they face Madrid in Kiev, we asked you whether Klopp should stick with Alexander-Arnold or turn to experienced Nathaniel Clyne.
The right-back has started just two matches this season, and judging by the results, the fans are keeping faith with Alexander-Arnold, but only marginally.