Another Injury – Liverpool's Confirmed XI Formation vs West Ham

Arsenal won their game yesterday against Stoke City and Chelsea earned all three points against West Brom earlier today, hence, Liverpool will remain third in the table even if they beat West Ham in the late kick off.
The Reds hold stronger cards at Anfield and must beat an out of form West Ham side.
Jurgen Klopp is already facing more than a few injury concerns and the latest update provided by the club (@LFC) is that German international Emre Can is out injured as well.
As per the provided twitter link, Can has a knee injury but not a serious one. In his absence, Adam Lallana returns to the starting XI. The England international will partner compatriot Henderson and Dutch star Wijnaldum in the center of the park.
Joel Matip also returns and the former Schalke center half replaces Lucas Leiva in the starting XI. Here is Liverpool’s confirmed XI formation vs West Ham.

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  1. RED PHIL says:

    Well, the game’s over, we’ve dropped another two points and, yet again, our defending is awful. We are going to throw away this good start to a season and all because we haven’t got a top notch keeper and CB to partner Matip. Sorry, it’s getting pathetic now with the same people making the same mistakes match after match. How poor is it when we might have no option but to bring back Mignolet after wishing him to be sold for the last 18 months? We should have pulled away from City, who lost, but we are failing to do so with several iffy performances on the trot and even our attacking prowess seems to have run out of steam. We improved when Klavan was on the pitch but the manager seems to have a soft-spot for Lovren so no doubt he’ll be back at Boro on Weds. Just not good enough.

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