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Strongest XI in months: Predicted Liverpool lineup v Spurs

Liverpool lineup against Spurs on Thursday night with Jürgen Klopp’s side needing to turn around their dreadful form. The Reds are without a win in their past five Premier League games. A win in North London would send a massive statement about the side’s recovery. Just win lads. Here is our predicted Liverpool lineup to face Spurs:

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Goalkeeper: Alisson Becker

The Brazilian couldn’t help conceding thrice at Old Trafford, his defence let him down on occasion. We need a clean sheet from him in North London.

Right back: Trent Alexander-Arnold

The Scouser is far from his best at the moment but one game it’ll all click again. Fingers crossed that game is this Thursday.

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Centre back: Fabinho

The Brazilian has been in sensational form of late, he was hard done by at Old Trafford. Time to pocket Harry Kane.

Centre back: Joel Matip

The Cameroonian returning should release Jordan Henderson into the midfield which is invaluable.

Left back: Andy Robertson

Andy Robbo, published author, hasn’t been hitting the heights expected of him but he never stops trying.

Centre midfield: Thiago

The Spaniard’s quality continues to shine through despite our troublesome run of form. He could be the difference.

Centre midfield: Gini Wijnaldum

The Dutchman never needs a rest, he’ll keep Tanguy Ndombele quiet.

Centre midfield: Jordan Henderson

The skipper returning to the midfield could be the difference maker, he could let Thiago move into a more advanced role.

Right wing: Mo Salah

Mo bagged a brace at Old Trafford, he’ll want to take strides towards the Premier League Golden Boot with a strike or two against Spurs.

Left wing: Sadio Mane

Sadio may not be scoring or assisting as we expect but his determination stops us getting fed up.

Striker: Roberto Firmino

The Brazilian made the difference in the reverse fixture at Anfield, can he break Spurs hearts again?

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