Liverpool hosts Nottingham Forest in a Saturday afternoon Premier League match at Anfield after emphatically getting back to winning last time.
The Premier League is back in action this weekend with another round of games, beginning on Saturday when Nottingham Forest and Jurgen Klopp’s Liverpool team square off at Anfield in a crucial contest.
In a 6-1 rout on Monday night, the Reds humiliated Leeds United, while Steve Cooper’s team was defeated 2-0 by Manchester United.
How Liverpool may line up against Nottingham Forest
Luis Diaz made his first appearance in almost six months after fully recovering from knee surgery on a nearly flawless night for Liverpool against Leeds, but Roberto Firmino will now definitely miss three games due to a muscle issue.
While Stefan Bajcetic (adductor) and Calvin Ramsay (knee) continue to recuperate from season-ending surgeries, Naby Keita has failed to fully heal from a muscle issue and may have worn the Liverpool jersey for the last time.
Thiago Alcantara and Nunez may once more be forced to accept minutes on the bench by Klopp, who presumably sees no need to change a winning formula, as Curtis Jones and Jota, who contributed to three of Liverpool’s six goals on Monday after a disastrous start, remain in the starting lineup.
Predicted XI- Alisson, Alexander-Arnold, Konate, Van Dijk, Robertson, Jones, Fabinho, Henderson, Salah, Gakpo, Jota
What we predict at Anfield Home
In the Premier League rankings, Nottingham Forest is presently in 18th position and have not played well lately. Last week, the away team suffered a humiliating 2-0 loss and will need to recover in this game.
Liverpool, on the other hand, has improved over the previous month and are currently in seventh position in the league rankings. The Merseyside giants destroyed Leeds United 6-1 in their previous match, and they hope to repeat that performance this weekend.
We are convinced of a Liverpool 3-0 Nottingham Forest scoreline.
A resurgent Liverpool should face few obstacles on the way to another goal-filled victory this weekend if they dust off their brightest shooting boots and score for joy in front of their own supporters.
Cooper may be able to set up his team to frustrate Liverpool, but Forest’s dismal record away from the City Ground speaks for itself, and Navas can anticipate another hard day in goal for the struggling visitors.