Liverpool predicted starting line-up vs Brentford - as Jurgen Klopp unleashes new tactic - gallery
Liverpool look to sign off before the international break when they face Brentford at Anfield on Sunday (14.00 GMT).
The Reds have been lacklustre in their previous two games and Jurgen Klopp will quickly want to stamp the poor form out. A last-gasp 1-1 draw against Luton Town was followed up by a dismal 3-2 Europa League loss to Toulouse earlier this week.
But Liverpool's performances in most of their games this season have been impressive. They have a chance to leapfrog Tottenham Hotspur in the table with a victory.
But the Reds won't be underestimated Brentford and have some injury concerns. Curtis Jones (hamstring) is ruled out while Ryan Gravenberch (knee) is a concern. It means that Klopp could have up to five midfielders out along with the suspended Alexis Mac Allister, Thiago Alcantara (knee) and Stefan Bajcetic (calf).
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Former Manchester United star Marouane Fellaini called his five years at Shandong Taishan "among the best of my life" as he bid an emotional farewell to China.Fellaini, who spent six years at Manchester United before leaving for China in early 2019, added: "I am also so glad and honoured to have discovered China and its amazing culture.
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