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Record signing dropped: predicted Liverpool lineup to face Watford

This weekend Liverpool lineup against Watford with the Premier League’s consecutive win record there to be broken. The Reds head into the game having had to fight hard for a win over West Ham on Monday night, The Hornets took a 3-0 battering at Old Trafford last Saturday. Here is our predicted Liverpool lineup to face Watford:

Alisson Becker starts in our predicted Liverpool lineup to face Watford. (Photo by Richard Martin-Roberts – CameraSport via Getty Images)

Goalkeeper: Alisson Becker

The Brazilian actually let himself down slightly against West Ham, he was found wanting for the visitors’ first goal. We will expect a clean sheet in response.

Right back: Trent Alexander-Arnold

Trent had a couple of difficult games before having a worldy on Monday night, bagging two assists against the Hammers.

Centre back: Joe Gomez

The Englishman had a few sloppy moments in midweek but will bounce back even stronger.

Centre back: Virgil van Dijk

Big Virg will likely captain the side again with the skipper sidelined.

Left back: Andy Robertson

Robbo bagged an assist during a strong performance in the week. Another wouldn’t go amiss.

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Defensive midfield: Fabinho

Fabby will operate in a regista role with The Reds set to dominate the possession.

Centre midfield: Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain

The Ox changed the game when he came on and fully merits a starting berth over former club record signing Naby Keita.

Centre midfield: Gini Wijnaldum

The Dutchman bagged a superlative goal against the Hammers, we’ll need his work rate to keep Watford penned in on Saturday.

Right wing: Mo Salah

Mo got lucky with his goal during a frustrating performance. He scored at Vicarage Road on his debut, he will be looking for another happy memory.

Left wing: Sadio Mane

Sadio grabbed the winner in the week and fully deserved his goal. He’s in fine form.

Striker: Bobby Firmino

Bobby seems to be experiencing something of a lull at the moment, we’re hoping for a creative masterclass on Saturday.

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