How Liverpool could line up against Fulham And Avoid Another Defeat At Home.
By Adeyemi111 | self meida writer
Published 1 months ago - 2 views
Liverpool has been hit with yet another injury crisis with center back Ozan Kabak the latest to be struck down ahead of Sunday's showdown with Fulham.
Klopp ruled Kabak out entirely and it will be a surprise to see him feature in this fixture.
Nat Phillips is expected to be back after missing the Chelsea game due to a minor back Injury, and he could be handed a spot in the starting eleven right away.
Ben Davies is also fighting for a spot in the team, but for the mean time Klopp is expected to keep Fabinho at the heart of the defense despite the temtation to move him to his more familiar role in Midfield.
Diogo Jota made his long awaited return from the bench on Thursday night and looked sharp, and should be in line for a start after several weeks on the sidelines.
Sadio mane and Roberto Firmino has been struggling for form recently and one of them coukd miss out, if Klopp decides to start Jota although Firmino position looks under threat.
Salah has a good record at home against newly promoted sides, scoring nine goals and creating six assists in 11 appearances.
Klopp might consider rotating his Midfield with the second leg of their Champions league against Rb Leipzig in sight, and thd likes of Chamberlain, Naby Keita and James Milner will all be benefits.
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