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3 possible Liverpool lineups vs. Norwich – youth mixed with those on fringe

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Liverpool‘s League Cup adventure starts at Norwich on Tuesday, a game that nestles between a taxing run domestically and on the continent – meaning changes aplenty.

Norwich have won only once so far this season, which came in the League Cup second round in a 6-0 win over Bournemouth but Premier League points are likely to remain their focus.

And those on the fringe from the academy are set to be relied upon next as the League Cup kicks off at Carrow Road, a ground that has already witnessed a Liverpool victory this season.

There are a multitude of options at Klopp’s disposal for this one, so just how could the Reds lineup on Tuesday evening?

• Kelleher to make first start of the season • Bradley’s debut at right-back next to Gomez, Phillips and Tsimikas • Milner to take over the holding role with Jones and Oxlade-Chamberlain sitting alongside • After his early Anfield substitution, Jota to start next to Origi and Minamino It would see Liverpool lineup like this: • Konate to partner Gomez for the first time, with Bradley at right-back • Keita to join Milner and Jones in midfield • Gordon to make debut next to Minamino and Oxlade-Chamberlain in attack The Reds would then shape up like this: Or with 3 natural centre-backs in the XI • A right-back berth for Gomez, with Konate and Phillips at centre-back • Jones gets his starting chance for the first time in 2021/22 Klopp’s side would end up with an XI like this: A host of changes is certainly expected, with the League Cup offering a chance to both the youngsters and those currently on the fringe.

One could expect to see places on the bench for the likes of Morton, Owen Beck, Gordon and Bradley – if they don’t start – and a handful of senior faces like Keita, Robertson and Adrian.

Jurgen Klopp‘s decision to make six changes, albeit one was forced upon him, was vindicated over the weekend as the Reds ran out 3-0 winners, maintaining their unbeaten start to the season.
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