9 November 2018

Match Preview: The possible 4-2-3-1 XI vs Fulham and tactical changes Klopp needs to make


The shocking defeat in the Champions League at the hands of Serbian side Red Star Belgrade, saw some LFC fans laments the team lack of creativity. But now the Reds will look to get back to winning ways when they face Fulham in the Premier League on Sunday.
_Match Preview: The possible 4-2-3-1 XI vs Fulham and changes Klopp needs to make_

With Liverpool  currently third in the table, they can reclaim the top spot with an emphatic win over fulham this weekend. On the other hand, the Cottagers are bottom of the table and have lost their last five league games.

As far as Jurgen Klopp’s team news is concerned, we can expect the German manager to make at least four changes in the starting XI that played on Tuesday night.

Due to political issues, Xherdan Shaqiri did not travel to Serbia for the CL contest  and he should return to start vs Fulham at Anfield. We can expect the Swiss attacker to start on the right wing.
In the back line, Alexander-Arnold was substituted at half time vs Red Star Belgrade and Gomez might not be fully fit as well (The Telegraph). Therefore, Clyne should start in the right back position. Lovren must replace Matip to start in the central defense with Van Dijk.

Summer signing Naby Keita was an unused sub in the last game and he should return to start with Wijnaldum in the center of the park.

Here is Liverpool’s strongest possible 4-2-3-1 XI vs Fulham.
Do you think this is the best line-up for us?  Leave a comment on your thought about this Line-up.

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