This Liverpool Lineup Will Surely Destroy Stoke City
After a satisfying victory over Everton in the previous round of the Premier League, Jurgen Klopp’s Liverpool are back in action this week on Tuesday as they welcome the Potters to Anfield in the penultimate game of the year. The Reds will hope to continue their dominance at home in the Premier League and will hope that they can get all three points from this game but Stoke have gathered some momentum off late and are expected to put on a tough fight. Klopp’s side are still 6 points off the top of the table and the manager will surely go for the kill in this game and is expected to field his strongest side. Here is the predicted lineup that he might field for this game.
The manager is still without the likes of Philippe Coutinho, Danny Ings and Marko Grujic for this game against Stoke City. Striker Daniel Sturridge is expected to be back in action this week while defender Joel Matip is expected to go through a late fitness test before he can jump into the starting XI.
Having kept a clean sheet against Everton, the Belgian will be high on confidence and should start this game at Anfield.
The first choice right back for Klopp, Clyne, has been decent this season and he should keep his place in the side for this game.
The senior defender in Matip’s absence, Lovren, needs to have a good game if Liverpool are to take anything from this clash.
The Estonia defender has been in fine form this season and he should keep his place in the side in the absence of Matip ahead of Lucas Leiva.
The first choice left back for Liverpool, Milner, has been superb this season at the back and he should start this game in a similar position.
The skipper of the side, Henderson, has been the most influential midfielder in the league this season and he will have a huge role to play on the night against Stoke.
Having missed the last couple of games, Can, will be raring to get back into action and he should start this game at Anfield.
The English international has been at his best so far this season and though he had an off day against Everton, he will play a key role for the hosts in this game.
The top goal scorer in all competitions for Liverpool, Mane, should keep his place in the side for this game and should keep up the pressure on the Potters to help his side to a victory.
Though not as effective as a false-9, Firmino, has been decent this season on the flank and he should keep his place in the side in a similar position in the absence of Coutinho.
The Belgian international has been in sublime form this season, scoring some important goals for the side and he should start this game against Stoke on Tuesday.
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