Liverpool need a boost ahead of the international break. The players will be hoping Anfield can give them a lift after two disappointing results on the road.
Much of Liverpools team picks itself this weekend as suspensions and injuries begin to build in certain positions.
Heres how Liverpool could line up.
Klopps most recent update on Wednesday:
Due to Mac Allisters suspension, after receiving his fifth booking of the season vs. Luton, Klopp has had his hand forced in midfield.
Despite a relatively poor performance against Toulouse, Wataru Endo should start. As should Harvey Elliott, who will be accompanied by Dominik Szoboslai the Hungarian played the second half on Thursday.
The big question for Klopp is on the left who will play left-back and left wing?
This is how Liverpool would line up:
Alisson; Alexander-Arnold, Konate, Van Dijk, Gomez; Endo, Elliott, Szoboszlai; Salah, Nunez, Jota
With the Reds likely to be on the front foot at Anfield, Klopp may stick with Kostas Tsimikas as, in theory, he offers more going forwards than Gomez.
If Klopp decides he wants to play Cody Gakpo, too, there is the option to deploy the Dutchman in midfield, like we saw in the opening game of the season at Chelsea.
Heres how this alternate team would look:
Alisson; Alexander-Arnold, Konate, Van Dijk, Tsimikas; Endo, Szoboszlai, Gakpo; Salah, Nunez, Jota
Despite absentees in the middle of the park, Liverpool still have plenty of attacking talent at their disposal.
If they can get Jota and Nunez to combine effectively, flanked by Salah, Liverpool should have more than enough to win, even if it is done without keeping a clean sheet.