How Liverpool may Line up Strongest Team Against Basel

Brendan Rodgers LiverpoolThe equation is clear, Liverpool must beat Basel to qualify for the knock out rounds of this year’s Champions League.
The merseysiders were drawn in a relatively easy group taking into consideration their performances of last season.
However, it will be fair to say that Reds are lucky to still have a chance on final group Match Day to snatch qualification.
Advantage will be with Liverpool as they will be playing at Anfield. Still, in 8 home games in the league, Liverpool have only scored 7 goals.
Their defense has improved with Skrtel and Toure starting as central defense pairing but attack looks helpless at times.
Lambert will perhaps start again on the night while Gerrard is going to return to starting XI.
Here is how Liverpool may line up against Basel.
Liverpool Basel Formation

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  1. IAN says:

    Well, seems like the usual Liverpool has shown up. I cannot believe the quality of the play already. It is obviously shocking how bad they are performing. Already 0-1 down and to be honest, being run all over the park. I had to look twice to make sure they were playing at Anfield because they sure are not playing like they are playing at home. I can only hope that they get a grip and quickly. I was kind of disappointed by some of the names included on the roster. If this is what Rodgers considers his strongest team then all I would say is don’t let the door hit you on the wayout.

  2. IAN says:

    I have no idea what Markovich was thinking of with that kind of reaction. What a typically amateurish move. Put his whole team under even greater pressure, as if they really needed that. Stevie G pulls a goal back in typical Stevie G style. I can only hope that they have not left it too late. And there it is. Out of the competition at the first hurdle. The only person I feel sorry for really is Stevie G. With quite possible what may or may not be his last trip into Europe. If Liverpool had played the whole game with the same enthusiasm that they found in the second half, it might, just might have been a different story.

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