Liverpool Fc Starting 11 Tonight Against Rangers UEFA 2022/2023, Liverpool First Eleven Against Rangers In Tonight 04 October 2022 UEFA Champions League Group Stage Kickoff
Diogo Jota, Luis Diaz, and Darwin Nunez are all vying for starting in Liverpool’s Champions League match against Rangers that will kickstart tonight 04 October 2022. All three came off the bench in Liverpool’s 3-3 draw against Brighton in last weekend, with Diaz aiding Roberto Firmino’s equalizer, and will be hoping for more minutes in what could be a frantic environment at Anfield.
Despite scoring twice on Saturday, Firmino and Fabio Carvalho might be dropped. Trent Alexander-form Arnold’s has been scrutinized recently, and he did himself no favors against the Seagulls, but he is unlikely to lose his place. The Reds are currently dealing with a lengthy injury list that involve four senior players as thing stand.
Liverpool Fc Injured Status So Far: Naby Keita, Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, Curtis Jones and Calvin Ramsey
Both Andrew Robertson and Ibrahima Konate are nursing knee injuries and are on the verge of returning, but the Rangers’ visit will undoubtedly come too soon. Naby Keita and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain (both thigh injuries) are expected to return the coming week, while Curtis Jones and Calvin Ramsey (calf and back injuries, respectively) are expected to miss more time.
Liverpool Fc Starting 11 Tonight Against Rangers UEFA
Currently Liverpool First Eleven Against Rangers is yet to be announced, we expect Jürgen Klopp to release his Starting 11 one hour before the game starts, Meanwhile we have predicted on how Liverpool Fc starting 11 tonight will be basing on the current team injury roster and player performance from the previous matches.
Our Liverpool predicted 11: Alisson; Alexander-Arnold, Matip, Van Dijk, Tsimikas; Elliott, Henderson, Thiago; Salah, Jota, Diaz
With 12 games remaining until the mid-season break for the World Cup, Klopp will be aware that he needs rotate his squad in the coming weeks.
The most difficult problem will be determining when to chop and rotate some individuals while not overworking those he doesn’t believe can be ‘rested’ too frequently.
Klopp has always been known as a manager who is willing to take risks, and this season with Liverpool has been no different. The Reds have played some great football at times, but their biggest problem has always been scoring goals. Somehow, someway, Klopp needs to figure out how to get his team on the scoreboard more often than not. Otherwise, Liverpool will be forced into a dogfight for second place in the Premier League and an early exit from Europe’s elite competition.