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Jurgen Klopp could be about to get an early glimpse at his new-look Liverpool midfield

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Liverpool and Jurgen Klopp could be given a glimpse at a potential future Reds midfield on Tuesday night, with Jordan Henderson reportedly in line for his first start for England at the 2022 World Cup.

As a result, it could be wishful thinking to imagine a future Liverpool midfield of Henderson x Rice x Bellingham, with such a prospect instead being limited to a new-look England engine-room instead.

Having come off the bench as a 69th minute substitute in Friday night’s 0-0 draw with the United States, widespread reports are claiming the Liverpool skipper is now set to start for the Three Lions’ final group game against Wales, coming in as one of four changes, as they look to book their place in the knockout stages.

• Gary Neville was right about Liverpool star Trent Alexander-Arnold and it raises awkward question • Liverpool signed obscure £1.5m midfielder to 'spy on the dressing room' • 'It’s so poor from him' - Conor Coady shuts down 'daft' Jordan Henderson question with blunt response • Gary Neville has got it wrong about Liverpool again and 'crazy' Manchester United price proves it

READ MORE: Inside FSG's £240m Anfield plan as naming rights deal could hand new owners major boost Should Henderson indeed line up alongside Bellingham, it will mark only the sixth time the two players have played alongside each other and just the second time they have started together, with the pair boasting just 145 minutes of action in the same England midfield.

Liverpool right-back Trent Alexander-Arnold would complete an all-Red midfield trio after being stationed out of position, though he would be restored to his favoured position in the second half, while the Dortmund star was replaced by Mason Mount just after the hour-mark.

But now Klopp and Kopites will get a first proper look at the pair lining up together in competitive action, as Liverpool continue to find themselves linked with a move for the 19-year-old.
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