Ox Replaces Midfielder – Liverpool's Strongest Possible 4-3-3 XI vs Burnley

Jurgen Klopp DortmundLiverpool have failed to win in their last two games and will be looking to bounce back against Burnley tomorrow.
The Merseysiders are three points behind league leaders Manchester United at the moment and should step up to earn all three points against the Clarets.
As far as the team news is concerned, star attacker Sadio Mane is out due to suspension and we can expect Coutinho to replace him in the starting XI.
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In the midfield, summer signing Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain should get the nod to start his first game for the Anfield club. The England international will probably replace Dutch midfielder Wijnaldum in the center of the park for Jurgen Klopp.
As far as the defense is concerned, Trent Alexandre-Arnold should replace Joe Gomez and Andrew Robertson should replace Alberto Moreno to start in the wing-back positions. Simon Mignolet will likely replace Karius in the goal.
Here is Liverpool’s strongest possible 4-3-3 XI vs Burnley

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  1. Jason says:

    It’s Henderson who needs the ‘chop’ and put AO-C in his place !

    • kunlexy says:

      God bless you for that statement bro. Henderson isn’t Liverpool class and needs to be chopped off from the team. However, I think Klopp is overrated. He lacks capacity to make game changing substitution, and in good time too. Most Liverpool losses are his fault, his lack of good and timely substitutions. Like against Sevilla. Liverpool players lack concentration for the entire match duration and don’t jump high enough for header contests. Yet, klopp has been there for 2 years with no change.

  2. IAN BORROWS says:

    Having just finished what the Spartak Moscow 2nd leg in Russia, I can understand a little clearer why Klopp draws some of the criticism that he does. Don’t get me wrong, he is a good coach. A very likeable and personable coach, but it is a little infuriating when sometimes he makes the choices he does. Case in point. Today’s game. He played Firmino as part of a front three. Normally, not a problem. However, today Firmino just was not with it. His pace and touch were off. Mane on the other hand seemed his usual self. Quick, sharp, slick touches with plenty of pace. So I have to confess it was a total shocker that Klopp took of Mane and left Firmino. Unless of course there is an injury that has not been disclosed yet. Liverpool were on top of the game for large parts, but just could not seem to translate that into a goal. Ok, they did not lose. But they did not win a winnable game either.

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