The Kangaroo Cup is back. The Reds will open their campaign against the freshly relegated Leicester. The Foxes are attempting a quick return to the Premier League and are currently topping the Championship table.
Do doubt, Klopp will field a heavily rotated side with an eye on pending visit to a resurgent Spurs. Gravenberch is likely to get his home debut while Wout Faes is likely already having a nightmare thinking about facing even the weakened Red attack.
A clean-sheet will be much appreciated in the Reds households, but three points and no injuries are the priorities.
I think I’ll be giving this one a miss given how much DAZN are now charging for subscriptions. I’m sure that the lads are quite capable of getting a result without me sitting 500 miles away shouting profanities at the telly.
Will be a tough game for our B side - Leicester have won 9 and lost 1 this season (the one loss was a strange 1-0 defeat to Hull City at home).
They’ve conceded just five times in ten games but also don’t score a huge amount - only scoring more than 2 once (4-1 win over Southampton).
Ndidi is being used as more of a late-era Kante - providing more attacking support than you may expect. Harry Winks usually sits in the DM role. Kasey McAteer is a winger they’ve brough through the youth system and he has contributed four goals this season.