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Despite injuries, Liverpool's lineup intimidates against Luton Town

At Anfield you don't waste time and you're already thinking about winning

By Charles Cornwall

A team with players willing to leave everything on the field of play
A team with players willing to leave everything on the field of play
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The Reds return to Anfield after a great victory over Brentford, where you can see a high level in all the players, however injuries were once again a factor that greatly affected the Reds. Since Diogo Jota, Darwin Núñez and Curtis Jones were replaced due to injury. So Jürgen Klopp is already working thinking about winning the next game.

Despite the absence due to injury on Merseyside, the Reds will have a team that has shown in past games that they can play against any rival, with their now classic 4-3-3 formation, where after the absence of Alisson Becker, the Irishman Caoimhín Kelleher will be the goalkeeper, who has done a great job. While in defense the Reds will be able to count on their most common players such as Virgil Van Dijk and Ibrahima Konaté.

Complementing the team's defensive zone will be Andy Robertson and Trent Alexander Arnold, so after many months of absence, the starting defenders will be available. While in midfield, it will be the sector where the Reds have made the most changes, since although they recently recovered Wataru Endo, Curtis Jones is out, so Harvey Elliott will be the ideal replacement.

So the midfield would be made up of Wataru Endo, Alexis Mac Allister and Ryan Gravenberch. While in the Reds' attack and given the little information there is regarding Darwin Núñez and Mohamed Salah, Klopp could decide to use Luis Díaz as left winger, Cody Gakpo as center forward and Harvey Elliott as right winger. This is to protect both Salah and Nuñez from a possible relapse of their physical problems.

What Klopp said about injuries before facing Luton

Before the game at Anfield, Jürgen Klopp has made it clear that this team will not stop competing under any circumstances, and in the face of injuries Klopp made it clear, as he said that: "We only need 11 players to achieve it." This makes it clear that the team continues to work harder and harder to maintain the team's good level.

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