GK) Simon Mignolet
Klopp picked a full strength side against Rubin last time, and we think he’ll almost do so again – bar a few changes based on the impressive performances of the substitutes in the Chelsea win.
DR) Nathaniel Clyne
Excellent versus Chelsea, Clyne (as we keep saying every time we do a predicted XI) is the only real option at right-back, with Connor Randall not yet ready – as he proved in the League Cup against Bournemouth.
DL) Alberto Moreno
The Spaniard will be keen to make up for his defensive error from the weekend, and recapture the form that’s seen him so heavily praised since Klopp arrived.
DC) Martin Skrtel
Dejan Lovren will feel disappointed to miss out, but we think Klopp will go with our now standard back four. Skrtel was outstanding against Diego Costa and we need him to maintain that level.
DC) Mamadou Sakho
Our best defender by a long shot, Sakho simply needs to continue doing what he’s been doing all season.