With the international break in full swing, attention has already switched to the return of the Premier League in a week’s time.
In eight days, the Reds will travel to Old Trafford to play Manchester United, and with a 15-point gap in the table already after just eight games, they will be overwhelming favourites to get the three points.
To make it nine victories from nine in the league, the Reds should be looking to take a risk by switching from 4-3-3 to 4-2-3-1, a system that paid dividends on numerous occasions last season.
With every single point vital in the title race, going all out for the win rather than settling for a draw, which would ordinarily be a decent result, will be really important.
Playing 4-2-3-1 is a slight risk in that a small bit of control will be lost, but the benefits of having an additional attacker should certainly pay off.
It worked incredibly well against Manchester United last year and tends to works against the lesser sides generally, which United are right now.
The move would require Xherdan Shaqiri, who could be back from injury in time, or Divock Origi, who has played well this season when given the chance, to come into the side in place of one of the midfielders, which would have the added benefit of giving Fabinho additional rest.
The Brazilian looked jaded against Leicester City, and even though he can admittedly have a bit of a rest over the international break, he will be needed for a number of matches coming up, so any chance to leave him out should be taken.
Gini Wijnaldum and Jordan Henderson are more than capable of playing as a midfield two.
Finally, Mo Salah would move into a central position where he excelled against Harry Maguire last season and seemingly loves to operate. With. both him and Roberto Firmino central, with Sadio Mane joining in from one side, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s defence would struggle to cope.
With the current gap to Manchester City, the Reds can afford to take a risk – and Klopp can always switch back to 4-3-3 if it isn’t working.