“It’s not good, of course, that Bobby isn’t available, but it’s always nice to give somebody else the next chance. That’s Div now; he has trained really well.”

“That’s good for us, a good option for us. It changes a little bit the game, because Bobby is a very decisive and demanding player for us. We will see how that works out.”

Divock Origi
Divock Origi – image by Liverpoolfc.com

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Origi last started in the league for Liverpool in December when he was rewarded for his 96th minute winner against Everton with 66 minutes in the 3-1 win over Burnley.

He has since made just five cameo appearances across all competitions, including 14 minutes against Bayern Munich in the Champions League and just over 10 minutes at Old Trafford at the weekend.