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

After a disappointing 0-0 draw against arch rivals Manchester United at Anfield, Liverpool bounced back to thrash Maribor in the Champions League 7-0 away from home.

Next up, the Merseysiders will collide against an in form Tottenham side, who were brilliant against European Champions Real Madrid on Tuesday night and earned a point at the Bernabeu.

As far as Liverpool’s team news is concerned, we can expect Klopp to make a few changes in the starting XI that played vs the Slovenian champions.

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Joe Gomez was fantastic vs the Red Devils at the weekend and he should get the nod to replace Trent Alexander-Arnold in the right back position.

German goalie Loris Karius faced no problems against Maribor and comfortably kept a clean sheet but he should be replaced by Simon Mignolet.

Henderson was rested for the midweek contest and in his place, Milner was impressive and showed that he has got a lot more to offer than the Liverpool skipper. The retired England international deserves to retain his place in the midfield.

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

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

  1. Sir Steve says:

    You are spot on in your selection. By the way, Henderson and Sturridge are two players that should never srart for lfc if Milner and Solanke are available irrespective of their training ground performances.

  2. IAN says:

    Just 18 minutes gone and Liverpool could literally be 3 goals down. The defense, especially Lovren, is having a nightmare start. It is almost expected that every time Spurs go forward, they score and to honest, they have. Having said that, Liverpool have managed to pull one back. Another heart-in-the-mouth moment by Lovren which looked like another goal and now, thankfully, he has been taken off and considering the fact that is sitting on the bench and not in the treatment room, would leave you to believe the change was tactical.

  3. IAN says:

    Well if Liverpool were trying to find a way for me to turn off the game, then they found it. Absolutely shocking defensive display. I had to turn the game off. I could not watch anymore. If I was Liverpool’s owner, I would tell Klopp, as long as none of the front line don’t leave, any monies for transfers gets spent on the defense and nothing more. We can not afford to keep letting transfer windows go by and leaving the obvious problems unanswered.