Salah Out – Liverpool's Probable 4-3-3 XI vs Burnley

Liverpool bounced back from a goal down to beat Leicester City and strengthened their position in the top four.
Next up, the Merseysiders will collide against Burnley away from home and will hope to earn all three points.
The Clarets have been fantastic this season and earned a point at Anfield earlier in the campaign. Can they stop the high flying Merseysiders?
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Star playmaker Salah scored a brace vs the Foxes yesterday but he also got a knock and limped off the field in the 83rd minute. Klopp confirmed that the Egyptian has got an injury and it would be better to rest him vs Burnley.
In such a scenario, we can expect Coutinho to move in the attack and partner the likes of Firmino and Mane.
Dutch international Georginio Wijnaldum should return to the starting team and partner Can and Milner in the midfield. Van Dijk may still have to wait for his debut.
Here is Liverpool’s probable 4-3-3 XI vs Burnley.

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  1. IAN says:

    The game has been shockingly poor in the first 32 minutes. Very little penetration. Way too many sideways and backwards passes. Mane has been quiet. The couple of chances he has had have been wasted. A player who has plunged from form. Can has also had a poor half so far. A very poor giveaway, all for the efforts of Llanana, would have led to a goal. Solanke has height for crosses, but on his showing so far, very little else. Liverpool may have had the bulk of the possession but quite could easily have found themselves 2 goals down. They certainly need a big improvement in the second half!

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