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Liverpool vs Bournemouth : Will Origi Start?, Shaqiri's Creativity And Naby Keita Returns ; Full Predicted Lineups and Team News

Liverpool vs Bournemouth : Will Origi Start?, Shaqiri's Creativity And Naby Keita Returns ; Full Predicted Lineups and Team News
Off the back of a comfortable win over local rivals Everton, the Reds journey to the South Coast to take on Eddie Howe’s struggling Cherries. Here is our predicted Liverpool lineup to face Bournemouth.

Liverpool are currently cruising in form heading into the weekend, with the display from Origi and Shaqiri giving Jurgen Klopp a major selection headache.
This is our predicted Liverpool lineup to face Bournemouth.


Goalkeeper: Alisson

After missing the midweek derby due to suspension, the Brazilian reclaims his place between the sticks.

Right back: Trent Alexander-Arnold

The Scouser in our team was as Scouse as anything against Everton – going in hard on his opponents and pinging some superb passes.

Centre back: Virgil van Dijk

Big Virg may have been lucky to not have given away a penalty against The Ev, he should prove too much for the Bournemouth attack.

Centre back: Dejan Lovren

The Croatian pulled out a peach of a ball to assist Divock Origi’s second goal against Everton. But has been found wanting after few errors at the heart of the defence.

Left back: Andy Robertson

The Scotsman rattled the Blues midweek with his antics, he’s nailed on for the Liverpool lineup against Bournemouth.

Defensive midfield: Jordan Henderson

The captain dropped to the bench midweek and should be fully energised as a result.

Defensive midfield: Gini Wijnaldum
The Dutchman bagged a late goal against The Ev and will be buzzing to get back out there on Saturday.

Attacking midfield: Roberto Firmino

A bold call but we’re hoping that the gaffer doesn’t drop Divock Origi. Firmino was an attacking midfielder when he arrived at Anfield.

Right wing: Mo Salah

The Egyptian King hasn’t been in the best of form of late, fingers crossed a midweek rest has done him some good.

Striker: Divock Origi

The Liverpool legend netted two superlative goals against Everton, he deserves a place in the Liverpool lineup against Bournemouth. Over and over again he has proven himself to top class goal scorer.

Left wing: Sadio Mane

There are no words for how impressive this man has been of late, he terrorised the Blues on WeHenderson

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