Liverpool face Spartak Moscow in Russia this evening with the hope of winning our first Champions League Group Stage match in six attempts.
We drew 2-2 with Sevilla a fortnight ago but would be hoping for three points this evening against an on-paper much weaker opponent.
Jurgen Klopp has a range of options to choose from, with the only injuries Nathaniel Clyne and Adam Lallana – neither of whom have played this term.
Joe Gomez is also suspended following his red-card against the Spaniards, but Trent Alexander-Arnold is primed to step up in his place.
With a fit squad, Klopp is likely to use all four of his star attackers: Coutinho, Mo Salah, Sadio Mane and Roberto Firmino. Jordan Henderson and Emre Can should anchor the side to allow them the creativity to roam.
Spartak have a number of injury problems which could benefit Liverpool. Their best player Quincy Promes has a calf problem, while skipper Denis Glushakov is also out. Striker Ze Luis is sidelined, meaning Brazilian Luiz Adriano will play up top.
The Russians are currently sitting ninth in their Premier League table, winning only one in five domestic matches.