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Klopp surprises Chelsea with this tremendous lineup that would start at Wembley

The Merseyside side will be holding nothing back for this game

By Charles Cornwall

Klopp and a possible lineup against Chelsea
Klopp and a possible lineup against Chelsea
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With so little time left on the clock for the first whistle at Wembley to signal the start of the Carabao Cup final between Liverpool and Chelsea, the environment of the team led by Jürgen Klopp has generated some doubts about what he will present on the field from the start, worrying that there is no certain information about the possible implementation of men of great hierarchy such as Mohamed Salah, Dominik Szoboszlai or Darwin Nunez.

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But even without updates regarding these three players, with the current squad it is somewhat clear how the Reds will play at Wembley, with Klopp not disappointing once again with a starting eleven that starts in goal with Kaoimhin Kelleher, followed in defense by center backs Konate and Van Dijk, followed by Robertson on the left and Bradley on the right. In the midfield would be Wataru Endo, Mac Allister and Ryan Gavencerch, closing the offense some changes from their last games as Cody Gakpo would be the center forward, being supported by Luis Diaz and Harvey Elliott.

The lineup from any point of view looks competitive to be able to face a challenge of this type, being clear from past games that the presence of some stars can be replaced with other players and perhaps another style of play, as may happen in this game where big stars will not play or are doubtful to even see minutes.

Although it is thought that the Reds' starting lineup has no more ways to sustain itself since the substitutes' bench has no more players available, in reality Klopp does have tools with which to respond if he does not find solutions in the 90 minutes, being the mix of young and experienced players a good fusion that can give results against a club that also does not have all its players available.

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Even with the losses, Liverpool is still placed as the favorite team to lift the title this Sunday at Wembley, and the German coach wants to win the trophy because his goal is to dedicate it to his players and all the fans who continue to support him even after announcing his departure.

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