4-3-3: No Lovren & Mignolet: This Liverpool XI should Beat Huddersfield

Liverpool are in horrific form at the moment and are already 12 points behind league leaders Manchester City.

Next up, the Reds will face Huddersfield on Saturday and Klopp’s men must bounce back to earn all three points. Not to forget, Wagner’s men defeated high flying Manchester United last weekend.

As far as Liverpool’s team news is concerned, Jurgen must make key defensive changes after the horror show at Wembley last Sunday.

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Lovren and Mignolet were terrible against Tottenham in the last contest and they must be replaced. Reports suggest (via Mirror) that Karius could return to replace the Belgian goalie.

Gomez should replace Lovren to start in the central defense with Joel Matip. Trent Alexander-Arnold should return to start in the right back position. Moreno could retain his place in the starting XI.

Dutch star Wijnaldum is out injured and in his absence we can expect the likes of Can, Milner and Henderson to start in the midfield again. The likes of Coutinho, Firmino and Salah should start in the attack. All in all, this Liverpool XI should beat Huddersfield at the weekend.

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2 Responses to 4-3-3: No Lovren & Mignolet: This Liverpool XI should Beat Huddersfield

  1. Chris George says:

    Moreno is average, Robertson must play.
    With Henderson and Can in midfield together we will never win anything. My midfield would be Ox, Henderson and Grujic or Ox, Milner and Grujic.
    Persisting with the same formula that isn’t working is the sign of poor management.
    You must grasp the nettle !!

  2. RED PHIL says:

    Cannot accept that Henderson is good enough, he is almost invisible in the DM role and Moreno can attack but is crap at defending and that is a fairly big weakness in a Left Back.
    Also, isn’t it time to suggest that Milner is now not fast enough for a regular role? The way he was caught and overtaken during the debacle at Wembley frightened me . . .
    Think we should be realistic here, Coutinho, Mane, Firmino (but not as a striker), Salah, Can, the Ox and Trent and Gomez ARE good enough to wear the shirt but none of our other first-teamers would get a game at City, Spurs, United, Chelsea or Arsenal . . . so how are we supposed to compte with them?