Liverpool’s probable lineup against Tottenham Hotspur

Liverpool's probable lineup against Tottenham Hotspur

Liverpool return from the international break and get straight back to Premier League action with a visit to Wembley Stadium to take on Tottenham Hotspur. The Reds are one of only three sides, next to Chelsea and Watford who can boast a 100 percent record with 4 Premier League matches gone.


Klopp has a fully fit squad available at his disposal, and will have a host of in-form players who he will have to pick and choose from. Here’s a look at the Merseyside club’s predicted eleven in a match that will provide a stern test to their esteemed record.

Defence

Liverpool's probable lineup against Tottenham Hotspur

Liverpool’s defensive woes have been answered so far and that has been down to Alisson Becker, who is set to start on Saturday afternoon.

Joe Gomez and Virgil van Dijk have formed a formidable pairing at the centre of defence, there will be no experimenting with this on an important match at Wembley Stadium. Trent Alexander-Arnold and Andrew Robertson were sensational last season, and so far in this one as well. The youngsters will likely start as full-backs.

Midfield

Liverpool's probable lineup against Tottenham Hotspur

James Milner has been a favourite in the eyes of Jurgen Klopp. The Englishman has one of the all-time top assist records in the Premier League, and will be a likely candidate at defensive midfield.

Naby Keita is proving to be worth every penny spent on him, and has been vital to Liverpool this time out. The Guinean’s expertise will come into play against Spurs, with Jordan Henderson probably looking ready to feature next to him.

Attack

Liverpool's probable lineup against Tottenham Hotspur

Liverpool’s attacking department has been firing this season. Sadio Mane will play on the left wing and hope to perform excellently in yet another big clash.

Roberto Firmino got off the mark for the season against Leicester City two weeks ago and scored against El Salvador on international duty. He is the favourite to play as striker.

Meanwhile, Mo Salah has been functional if not impressive, and has not been anywhere close to last season’s heroics. Yet he could pop up anytime and do wonders, turning up on important days.

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