In an effort to bounce back from their defeat to Manchester United away from home, Liverpool will face Bournemouth on Saturday. The Reds are now in 16th place in the standings with just two points from their first three games, while Bournemouth are in 15th place with three points from three games.
The team’s injury problems are a huge issue at this point in the season, and another loss this weekend would draw further criticism, even though Klopp won’t quite panic. Liverpool will be without Darwin Nunez once more as a result of his red card against Palace, and the team’s injury problems aren’t getting any better.
Thiago Alcantara, Diogo Jota, Joel Matip, Curtis Jones, Naby Keita, Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, Ibrahima Konate, and Calvin Ramsay will all once again be absent. Caoimhin Kelleher’s status is still uncertain. The starting lineup is expected to be fairly similar to the one that took the field at Old Trafford despite the disappointing performance because Klopp does not have many other choices for adjustment. Fabinho should return to the starting lineup here after sitting out the match against Manchester United.
For Bournemouth, Joe Rothwell, Ryan Fredericks, David Brooks, and Junior Stanislas will all be absent once more, but Jamal Lowe ought to rejoin the squad once his illness is over. Parker said during his press conference that Dominic Solanke, who is dealing with an ankle issue, is striving to be available. It is predicted that the forward will start the game on the bench. Several lineup changes were made for the team’s EFL Cup match against Norwich on Tuesday, but those who were rested should be back for this contest. Kieffer Moore is expected to play at the center of the attack.
Liverpool possible starting XI:
Alisson; Alexander-Arnold, Gomez, Van Dijk, Robertson; Elliott, Fabinho, Henderson; Salah, Firmino, Diaz
Bournemouth possible starting XI:
Travers; Mepham, Senesi, Kelly; Smith, Pearson, Lerma, Zemura; Tavernier, Moore, Christie