Star Returns – Liverpool's Strongest XI vs Palace

Time to test Liverpool’s Depth and VersatilityLiverpool lie in the bottom half of the table after 11 league games eve after spending heavily on new signings in the summer transfer window.
The merseysiders clearly miss Suarez as none of their new attacking player has been effective up till now.
On the other hand, they have badly missed Sturridge who has not played a single minute for the Reds since the game against Spurs in August.
However, the former Chelsea and Man City striker is back in training and will be all fit to face Crystal Palace.
Whether or not he will be in the starting XI, we shall see but based on Liverpool’s slow starts and poor performances, the manager may as well hand him the starting role.
Palace have been in torrid form as well, only one place above the relegation zone.
Here is Liverpool’s strongest XI vs Crystal Palace.

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  1. IAN says:

    Happy that Lambert got his first league goal with a typical striker’s follow-up. He managed to do something in under 2 minutes that Balotelli fails to do. He would still have been on the edge of the 18 yard box instead of trying to make something happen. The equalizer was another product of poor defensive work and poor follow-up allowing Gayle to get a little space with Mignolet helpless. Despite the fact that Palace are in the bottom 3, they are giving Liverpool a hard time and are deserving of being level. Liverpool do really need to step it up in the second half with no-one really stepping up and trying to really influence the game. I could not help but feel that for the most part, Liverpool looked way below par and almost, dare I say, “amateur-ish”. Certainly not a performance of a team who aspire to make a claim for the title.

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