Liverpool have proved their mettle in the attempt to lift all trophies this season and with what they’ve shown in the last couple of weeks, every opposition will dread playing with the Reds.
After watching another victory against Paris Saint-Germain, we believe a few rotations will be made by Jurgen Klopp.
Liverpool will face Southampton on Saturday then lock horns with Chelsea twice in the domestic league cup and Premier League afterwards, perhaps we expect Klopp to take drastic measures to balance the most suitable players ahead of the next three matches.
Alisson should stand between the sticks, while Mignolet could be on the sidelines ahead of Chelsea clash in midweek.
We expect Trent Alexander-Arnold to form the defensive wall with Joe Gomez, Virgil van Dijk and Robertson.
Naby Keita could start ahead of Jordan Henderson while Fabinho would come in fully from the bench to replace box-to-box midfielder, James Milner, as they form three bodies with Keita and Wijnaldum.
Salah was the odd man out on Tuesday and his anger was notably due to his performance after giving out a weak pass that leads to PSG’s equalizer so we expect him to be replaced by Daniel Sturridge.
Roberto Firmino only played few minutes on Tuesday so he would be fit to start yet again while Mane will join the triumvirate upfront.
No doubt, we would see a 4:3:3 formation against Southampton.
Alisson: Robertson, Van Dijk, Gomez, Arnold: Milner, Wijnaldum, Keita: Firmino, Sturridge, Mane.