We really like it when Liverpool’s team picks itself.
It means the players involved are fit and producing the kind of performances that make them undroppable.
At the moment, that’s definitely the case.
Loris Karius has taken over the spot between the sticks from Simon Mignolet and will continue in the role until he gives Jurgen Klopp a reason otherwise.
Nathaniel Clyne at right-back is the first name on the team-sheet, while James Milner is turning into an equally reliable fullback on the other side…
The centre-back pairing is the only position that is potentially not decided, with Ragnar Klavan playing ahead of Dejan Lovren the past two fixtures due to the Croat’s illness. Lovren’s fine now though, so we predict he’ll come back alongside Joel Matip – the continually impressive Cameroonian.
The same midfield three that has started every Premier League game this term will start again: Jordan Henderson holding, with Adam Lallana and Gini Wijnaldum in lung-busting, pressing roles either side.
Up top, Daniel Sturridge won’t like it – but he’s unlikely to dislodge Coutinho, Sadio Mane and Roberto Firmino. The Englishman will provide an option from the bench, as will Danny Ings – who should come in for the injured Divock Origi.