Liverpool travel to struggling Fulham hoping to register a morale boosting win ahead of the summit clash with Tottenham Hotspur.
Liverpool return to Premier League action after a midweek draw in the Champions League. The Premier League champions travel to Craven Cottage to play relegation-threatened Fulham and will hope to lay down a marker ahead of the visit of league contenders Tottenham Hotspur on Wednesday at Anfield.
Alisson Becker returned to training on Friday might start over Caoimhin Kelleher who has started the last three matches and kept two clean sheets. Alisson was in good form before his injury and will hope to continue that against the west London outfit.
Trent Alexander Arnold and Andy Robertson will start in their respective position providing the usual endeavor and thrust down the flanks. Joel Matip and Fabinho will play as center backs. They are both aerially strong and will look to ward off the threat provided by Aleksandar Mitrovic. They have done well in the last two matches and will most likely have a comfortable evening against an easy opponent.
Jordan Henderson will lead the side again and will anchor the midfield. The ever-reliable and fit Georginio Wijnaldum buoyed by the goal last week will partner the captain in midfield. Curtis Jones has found a new life amidst this injury crisis at the club will hope to continue his red hot form.
Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain and Naby Keita are back from injuries and will hope to get some minutes under the belt to get some match fitness ahead of the festive period.
With Diogo Jota missing out on a trip with an injury, the usual fearsome front three will start for Liverpool. Mohamed Salah coming from breaking records in Europe will hope to continue that in the league. Sadio Mane will hope to return to form against Fulham after a disappointing goalscoring return spanning over the last two months.
Roberto Firmino will provide his work rate and creativity in the attack to add firepower to the attack, as he will be the one leading the line but doing much more than just a striker. What are your predictions for the clash on Sunday evening?