Liverpool have made good progress this season in their first three matches of the Premier League campaign, having won two and drawn one of them. The draw came against a resurgent Watford side, while the two victories came against Crystal Palace and arch rivals Arsenal, which saw the Gunners go down by a shambolic scoreline of 4-0.
The Reds have shown extreme attacking intent this summer and have already scored eight goals to show for their efforts. All the goals have come from their attacking trio of Sadio Mane, Mohamed Salah, and Roberto Firmino, who are in very good form and are looking to lead their team to glory in the forthcoming matches as well.
The Merseyside club spent handsomely this summer and have already procured some top class players as their recruits, including Salah, who was playing for AS Roma last season. The Egyptian was in very good form in the Italian Serie A and has seemingly carried that with him to the Premier League as well.
Liverpool have also got one of the finest midfielders in the Premier League in the form of Alex Oxlade Chamberlain at their disposal now, whom they have brought in from rivals Arsenal on the transfer deadline day. The English international scuppered a deal to join the reigning champions Chelsea and made a move to be a part of the Merseyside club for the rest of the season, bolstering their options to strengthen their midfield.
The Reds have also handed themselves a major boost for the next season, as they have already brought in another top class player in the form of Guinea international Naby Keita, who is scheduled to join them in the next summer. The player was linked with a move to Anfield for quite some time and the deal finally materialized with the last few days in hand before the closure of the transfer window.
Liverpool also brought in Andrew Robertson from Hull City, who were relegated to the Championship after the last term, to bring in a player who can provide a permanent solution to their problem in the left back position. The man in charge, Jurgen Klopp, has been skeptical of the performance of his other left back Alberto Moreno and used central midfielder James Milner in that position for the majority of time in the last term.
With all the new recruits playing together for them, the Liverpool lineup might look like this in the next matches-
Mignolet, Alexander-Arnold, Matip, Lovren, Robertson, Henderson, Wijnaldum, Oxlade Chamberlain, Mane, Salah, Firmino.