Liverpool FC Starting XI Prediction at Genk (Champions League)

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Jurgen Klopp may opt to rotate his line-up on Wednesday night when he brings his Liverpool FC side to Belgium for a UCL group stage clash with Belgian champions Genk. On paper at least, this figures to be one of the easier matches in Group E play and the Reds midfield is an area that could see some changes from the lineup that took to the pitch at Old Trafford on Sunday.

Then you have the question of Mohamed Salah, who sat out that draw, and might not be full go for this one. All things considered, the six time European champions will come into this match with their foot on the gas pedal given a.) they just dropped points domestically for the first time in 2019-20 and b.) they haven’t sewn up UCL knockout round qualification as of yet.

With that in mind, let’s take a look at where the German might go with his first XI in this one.

Liverpool FC Starting XI Prediction vs Genk  

   Sadio Mane  Roberto Firmino    Divock Origi

James Milner     Fabinho    Adam Lallana

  Andrew Robertson     Virgil van Dijk     Joel Matip      Trent Alexander-Arnold  

Alisson

 

Liverpool at Genk UEFA Champions League Group Stage FYIs

Wednesday October 22, 8pm, Cristal Arena

MO SALAH

Team news for both sides: go to this link

Liverpool Press Conference Video, Quotes: coming tomorrow

Google Result Probability: Liverpool win 73%, Genk win 17%, Draw 10%

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