Liverpool are suffering an injury crisis at the worst possible moment…
Adam Lallana and Jordan Henderson are in Florida for specialist treatment on their respective problems, while Daniel Sturridge is on the sidelines as well.
We enjoyed a brilliant victory over Everton on Saturday lunchtime, but it came at a cost with Sadio Mane limping off. He has a scan today, but it didn’t look good and he won’t be ready for Wednesday night’s tie with Bournemouth.
As a result, Jurgen Klopp is likely to field Divock Origi in the front-three alongside Roberto Firmino and Coutinho after the Belgian came on and bagged against the Toffees.
Firmino usually plays centrally, but the Brazilian is likely to be used on the right with Origi in the middle.
This will likely be the only change, meaning Lucas should also retain his spot anchoring the midfield, with Emre Can and Gini Wijnaldum either side.
Simon Mignolet starts in goal obviously, while the back-four should stay the same, with Nathaniel Clyne and James Milner flanking Joel Matip and Dejan Lovren.