Predicted Liverpool starting XI – Nat Phillips starts vs. Manchester City as four changes made
Jurgen Klopp and Pep Guardiola would concur that their teams’ next match at Anfield is the biggest challenge they have ever faced.
With a win, the Merseysiders might cut their 13-point deficit to seven inside the next two gameweeks (while still holding a game in hand) eight to Arsenal.
Many fans won’t be into the game with the same level of confidence they did in previous campaigns, but we must hope that a 7-1 victory against Rangers signals the beginning of a real new era for the team.
Ahead of Alisson Becker in goal, we expect Nathaniel Phillips to replace Ibrahima Konate, who has been listed as questionable for the Sky Blues’ visit. Joe Gomez will be moved out wide to replace Trent Alexander-Arnold.
With Fabinho and Thiago Alcantara starting in midfield and Mo Salah and Fabio Carvalho on the wings, Klopp is expected to stick with their 4-4-2 formation.
Bobby Firmino, who is on form, is supporting Darwin Nunez up top.
Liverpool predicted Starting XI: Alisson, Robertson, Van Dijk, Phillips, Gomez, Fabinho, Thiago, Carvalho, Salah, Firmino, Nunez
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