RAM) Adam Lallana
His inclusion really emphasises our problems at the top end of the pitch. Lallana has seriously struggled with injuries and fitness problems this season but he’s done enough to make the cut, with his six goals in 41 games.
LAM) Philippe Coutinho
Our player of the season has been, quite simply, a revelation. You have to wonder where we’d be without his creativity and wizardry in the middle of the park. He’s become a firm fan favourite around who the team could be built for years to come.
ST) Raheem Sterling
It’s been a difficult couple of months for the youngster but the vast majority of Liverpool supporters should be able to remember the positive work he did for us during the first-half of the year. His 11 goals in all competitions represent a solid return.