Liverpool will take on Bournemouth as they travel to the Vitality Stadium on Saturday afternoon to secure all three points. The Reds come into the match on the back of a historic 7-0 victory over Manchester United in their last outing, which gives them the necessary morale boost to turn things around in the Premier League.
Jurgen Klopp will probably opt for the 4-3-3 formation and is expected to name the same starting XI that worked a wonder against the Red Devils. So we can expect Cody Gakpo, Darwin Nunez and Mohamed Salah to lead the attack for the Merseyside club once again.
4-3-3 Liverpool Predicted XI Vs Bournemouth
Alisson Becker will continue to feature in between the sticks for the Reds after keeping a clean sheet in his last league outing. Ibrahima Konate will resume his defensive partnership with Virgil Van Dijk at the heart of Liverpool’s backline as they try to keep things solid at the back throughout the game.
Trent Alexander-Arnold will keep his place as the right-back while Andrew Robertson continues on the other flank as the left-back. Both of them need to carry most of the creative burden for the Reds from the wide areas.
Kostas Tsimikas and Joel Matip will be available for selection on the bench as they offer cover for the defensive positions.
Harvey Elliot, Fabinho and Jordan Henderson will make up Liverpool’s midfield as they try to dominate the possession in the middle of the park. They will have to find a way to create more opportunities for their teammates in front of the goal.
Naby Keita could recover just in time for this fixture while Stefan Bejacetic takes a spot on the bench as he waits for the chance to make an impact in the second half if required.
Darwin Nunez will keep his place on the left wing while Mohamed Salah looks to make a difference from the right. Both of them need to stretch the Cherries’ backline to provide support from the wide areas. Cody Gapko will lead the line for the Merseyside outfit on the attacking end of the field.
All three of them would be desperate to find the back of the net and get their name on the scoresheet again this weekend.
Diogo Jota and Roberto Firmino will have to be content with a spot on the bench and might come on to influence the game in the final quarter if the Reds are in need of a goal by then.