Liverpool will begin their pre-season friendly against Man United in Bangkok and here is the predicted line-up.
Liverpool intensifies their preseason practices this afternoon when they take on Manchester United in their first friendly match (14.00 BST).
The Reds are now in Thailand as part of their tour of the Far East.
Jurgen Klopp and his players are meeting Asian supporters while travelling with a 37-man squad.
Liverpool left on a flight on Saturday and are already in the competition following many days of training.
Moreover, the Klopp team’s preparation for the 2022–23 season will be put to the test in a match against United at Bangkok’s Rajamangala Stadium.
After the Reds’ defeat by Real Madrid in the Champions League final, there was an international break. So, players including Trent Alexander-Arnold, Virgil van Dijk, and Mo Salah were given extra time off.
Liverpool predicted lineup against Manchester United for the first pre-season friendly
1. GK – Alisson
After returning from international service, the No. 1 was given a long break but may line up between the posts.
2. RB – Trent Alexander-Arnold
Neco Williams has been sold and Calvin Ramsay is injured, therefore Alexander-Arnold might start despite his recent return to training.
3. CB – Joel Matip
Given a good summer break, they ought to be rested.
4. CB – Joe Gomez
After a disappointing 2021–22, he recently signed a new contract and is again determined to earn a starting position.
5. LB – Kostas Tsimikas
Despite playing 19 fewer games overall last season for club and country than Andy Robertson, who played four times for Greece last month, he will be more rested.
6. CM – Jordan Henderson
He was granted a break from his assignment in England so he could relax and recover.
7. CM – James Milner
Aged 36 and in fantastic shape, he committed to his future for one more year. Prior to fellow midfielders Fabinho, Thiago Alcantara, Curtis Jones, and Naby Keita, back in the gym.
8. CM – Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain
a further person who returned on the first day of the season. Having missed the final two months of the previous season, he will have a lot to prove.
9. RW – Harvey Elliott
Elliott had a hard time after making a full recovery from an injury last season, but he reportedly looked good in training.
10. CF – Roberto Firmino
Although the Brazilian is now in the last year of his deal, he is still a valuable option. Prior to the signing of Darwin Nunez and Diogo Jota, back at practice
11. LW – Luis Diaz
Getting ready to play at Anfield for the first time in its entirety. And many fans are eager to see what he can achieve.