Liverpool extended their lead to eight games unbeaten as they moved to the Premier League joint top spot with a win over Leicester City.
The Premier League and world champions are now turning their attention to the Champions League, where a three-point knockout stage for Atlanta on Wednesday guarantees a place with two games remaining.
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Liverpool defense is not just about bones, but options are limited.
Virgil van Dijk, Joe Gomez and Trent Alexander-Arnold were eliminated, while Not Phillips did not qualify for the Champions League.
With Joel Mattip, James Milner and Bobbinho unlikely to start three games a week, the Globe faces some tough choices.
One in Mattip or Fabinho will be swung to the bench, meaning teenager Rice Williams could make another Champions League start.
Andy Robertson is set to rest with Costas Simikas waiting on the left, while Neko Williams was impressed with the half-hour cameo against Leicester, and could replace Green Milner.
Same back to the engine room
In midfield, it depends on whether Bobbinho starts on defense – and if Jordan Henderson or Diego Alcondara are appropriate.
Both are battling injury and would be surprised if one was involved.
Milney could come to enlarge the engine room, as he did when switching from right to left after Nabi Geeta left on the weekend.
But with Geeta and Shorton Shakiri almost certain to miss out, Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain is not ready and Guinea Vignaldam and Curtis Jones will be asked to go back after playing against Leicester.
The availability of Mohamed Salah means that Liverpool’s top scorer will have to return after receiving the corona virus.
Liverpool could hide by not being available in midfield by switching to 4-2-3-1.
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However, Sadio Mane looked tired against Leicester and could be made to the bench, while Takumi Minamino and Divak Origi are patiently waiting for another starting chance.
Minamino could represent Roberto Firmino, however the man in shape, Diego Jotta, will definitely want to retain his place.