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Klopp considers Fabinho claim as Liverpool prepare forward change

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Liverpool continue to close in on an all-time record points tally after an entertaining victory at Brighton on Wednesday.

The Reds earned a 3-1 victory over the Seagulls to move within eight points of Manchester City's 100-point landmark with four games remaining.



The new champions continue their victory lap when they entertain Burnley on Saturday afternoon.



Jurgen Klopp will now consider his options having again rotated during midweek.



And here we look ahead to the changes the Reds boss could make when Liverpool are next in action.

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Neco Williams probably wasn't expecting to be given his Premier League debut at left-back.

And a tough time means that any further appearance this season is likely to come in his usual position on the right of defence as replacement for Trent Alexander-Arnold, who has yet to be rested since the campaign resumed.

Andy Robertson is almost certain to return at left-back having played the second half on the South Coast.

Any change at centre-back will be dependent on the fitness of Dejan Lovren, who was again missing in midweek.

James Milner could be ready for a start for Liverpool against Burnley (Image: Robin Jones/Getty Images) Milner in the mix

Jordan Henderson's expected absence opens up the possibility of Fabinho being recalled in the defensive midfield role.

Whether Naby Keita can start three games in seven days will be a question for Klopp, although that the Guinean was substituted after an hour suggests he may be being held back for that reason.

James Milner is again fit and will challenge for a role along with Gini Wijnaldum.

And this appears the prime fixture for Curtis Jones to make his first Premier League start.

Salah's turn to be rested?

With Sadio Mane benched on Wednesday, all three of the regular front three have now been rested in the past three weeks.

It could therefore be time to reunite Mane, Roberto Firmino and Mohamed Salah after two games apart.

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However, Takumi Minamino is perhaps in line for a start and, if so, Salah would be the one due to drop out, although the Egyptian would be keen to continue as he chases a third successive Premier League Golden Boot.

Xherdan Shaqiri wasn't on the bench at Brighton but may return with Henderson almost certainly out.


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