Here is how Liverpool and Crystal Palace will line up this weekend:
Liverpool welcome Crystal Palace to Anfield this afternoon with Reds manager Jurgen Klopp looking to pull his side further up the Premier League table following their 3-1 victory against Chelsea last time out.
That was an impressive win for Liverpool but they will know Crystal Palace are a tough opponent under Alan Pardew and they will have to be at their best to overcome the Eagles.
Liverpool are currently ninth in the Premier League with 17 points from their first 11 matches, while Palace are just one place and one point below them.
As a result this match should be a tight encounter and Palace will have taken plenty of confidence from their 0-0 draw – and fine showing – against Manchester United last weekend.
Palace won at Anfield back in May and that result will be fresh in every player’s mind this afternoon, and when you consider just how many goals the Eagles have scored against Liverpool in recent times this could be a very eventful match.
- Simon Mignolet
- Nathaniel Clyne
- Alberto Moreno
- Mamadou Sakho
- Martin Skrtel
- Emre Can
- Philippe Coutinho
- Jordon Ibe
- Adam Lallana
- Lucas Leiva
- Christian Benteke
Substitutes: Adam Bogdan, Dejan Lovren, Joe Allen, Cameron Brannagan, João Teixeira, Divock Origi, Roberto Firmino.
- Wayne Hennessey
- Scott Dann
- Damien Delaney
- Martin Kelly
- Pape Souaré
- Yannick Bolasie
- Yohan Cabaye
- James McArthur
- Jason Puncheon
- Bakary Sako
- Wilfried Zaha
Substitutes: Julian Speroni, Brede Hangeland, Joel Ward, Joe Ledley, Jordon Mutch, Patrick Bamford, Connor Wickham.
Jon Flanagan ★ out - knee
Connor Randall ★ out - muscle
Jordan Henderson ★ out - broken foot
Jordan Rossiter ★ out - hamstring
Danny Ings ★ out - ACL
Joseph Gomez ★ out - ACL
Daniel Sturridge ★ out - knee
Connor Wickham ★ questionable - calf
Marouane Chamakh ★ out - hamstring
Pape Souaré ★ questionable - knock
Lee Chung-yong ★ questionable - knock
Dwight Gayle ★ questionable - hamstring