Liverpool will take on Brighton on Saturday on their return to Premier league option after a busy international break.
The Reds only played one Premier League games in september due to the death of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth which saw many League games postponed before international call.
As far as Liverpool team news is concerned, the Reads will be without some of their first team stars, the likes of Jota, Robertson, Jones and Ox will be out for the Brighton clash.
However, forwards like Nunez, Diaz and Jota all came late from international duty with their respective country and they will all be assessed to determine their inclusion in the starting lineups.
While Robbo is sidelines, Tsimikas would likely continue at the left-back spot.
Trent, Van Dijk and Matip should start together again at the backline, while Alisson Becker would stay at Goal as usual.
Fabinho, Thiago and Elliott should be together at the midfield. Elliott is currently in his best form after his recent performance earned hin the Liverpool player of the month of September. More reason he has to retain his position for now.
At the attack, Firmino should be giving the opportunity to lead the attack with Mo Salah and Luiz Diaz feature in the wide attacking area.
Below is how we think Liverpool should line-up against Brighton who currently occupy the last Champions League spot