Milner Starts – Liverpool’s Strongest Possible 4-3-3 XI vs Hoffenheim

Liverpool suffered a set-back in their opening game of the Premier League as Watford earned a point against the Merseysiders thanks to a goal in injury time.

The Reds were shaky at the back last season and similar signs were at view at the weekend as well. Will they be able to bounce back tonight in the Champions League play-off tie vs Hoffenheim? We shall see.

As far as Liverpool’s team news is concerned, star playmaker Philippe Coutinho is not even in the squad for the fixture.

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We can expect Klopp to make only one change in the starting XI that played vs the Hornets on Saturday. Expect Milner to replace Moreno in the left back position.

The former Manchester City star was impressive in the full-back role last season and he may get the nod to start ahead of Robertson and Alberto.

Here is Liverpool’s strongest possible 4-3-3 XI vs Hoffenheim.

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2 Responses to Milner Starts – Liverpool’s Strongest Possible 4-3-3 XI vs Hoffenheim

  1. Praphot Rak-Arom says:

    I feel very uncomfortable to see LFC starting in this present season.Draw with Watford 3-3 which is commonly seen last year. LFC tends to be defeated with the smaller teams.Moreover, JK tries to have recruited the top players but it doesn’t work as it should be.Moreover, Coutinho is about to leave the team. It is a messy which I have never seen before.Champion League, the first to play with Hoffenhiem is fast approaching and yet the best XI have not been formed yet. Many are not available due to injury.LFC is in the worst situation right now.Compared to the rival teams, LFC is no where to compete. I won’t be surprised, if LFC will fail in the Champion league and as well as Premier League.JK must be responsible at the outcome of it.

  2. Nath Emefiele says:

    I feel disappointed when I hear Klopp say that he does not need another defender. The current defensive line-up cannot win the title for LFC because the club will always concede goals. It is important for the manager to realize that he has to prioritize fixing the defensive frailties that have characterized the team since Brendan Rodgers took over as manager. Let the board buy two more defenders and overhaul the back-line in order to compete with rivals. Rather than keep an unhappy player they should sell Coutinho for excess of 100 million pounds and invest the money on two defenders and a central midfielder. LFC may not necessarily buy Van Djik for a ridiculous fee but they can afford to get quality from other parts of Europe for lower. Jean Seri from Nice at 36 million pounds is a good replacement for Coutinho in the central midfield.