Against Maribor on Tuesday evening, we expect Jurgen Klopp to make subtle but significant changes to his starting XI.
In goal, Loris Karius plays our European matches, even if we’d personally prefer the much more reliable Simon Mignolet to be given the nod.
Against Spartak Moscow last time out, the younger German let in a free-kick we’d describe as sloppy.
Joe Gomez was Man of the Match against Manchester United, but is only 20-years-old and could do with a break ahead of Spurs at the weekend – so Trent Alexander-Arnold should start.
Dejan Lovren and Joel Matip will keep their spots barring an annoying injury to one of them, while Klopp’s shown little desire to rotate Alberto Moreno out of the left-back spot, despite Andrew Robertson waiting in the wings.
The other change we expect is for Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain to be given only his second start in a Liverpool shirt.
We’re predicting he’ll take Gini Wijnaldum’s place, with the Dutchman useless away from home.
This means Coutinho can drop back into midfield to give us much needed central creativity and the Englishman can play on the left, with Roberto Firmino and Mo Salah making up a fluid front-three.
Jordan Henderson and Emre Can will make up the midfield.
Any arguments, Reds?