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Liverpool strongest starting line-up vs Brighton – as Jurgen Klopp makes three changes amid double boost – Mohamed Salah in and Cody Gakpo out…



Jurgen Klopp has made three changes to Liverpool’s strongest starting line-up for their match against Brighton, with Mohamed Salah returning to the team and Cody Gakpo being left out. This decision comes as a double boost for the team.


Liverpool’s strongest starting lineup against Brighton is anticipated to include Mohamed Salah, while Cody Gakpo is expected to be excluded.


Jurgen Klopp is set to make three changes to the team, providing a double boost. Liverpool has the opportunity to climb to the top of the table if they secure a victory against Brighton in the early kick-off, before Arsenal’s clash with Manchester City later today.


In terms of team news, Robertson is out due to an injury sustained during the international break with Scotland. This means Joe Gomez will likely take his place at left back, while Conor Bradley is expected to return to the starting XI on the right.


Ibrahima Konate is fit and available for the match against the Seagulls, but it might be wise to give him some extra rest and save him for the Sheffield game next week.


For today’s game, Quansah and captain Van Dijk are set to continue in central defense in front of Kelleher.


Alisson, Alexander-Arnold, and Jota are still unavailable, but they are nearing a return to action.


In midfield, Endo is likely to play as the main defensive midfielder, with Szoboszlai and Mac Allister ahead of him.


Regarding the attack, Nunez stayed back to recover from a minor injury and has looked sharp in training.


Liverpool’s most formidable lineup against Brighton would see the Uruguayan international leading the attack as the sole center forward, while Salah and Diaz would occupy the flanks.


The starting XI would consist of Kelleher in goal, supported by Bradley, Van Dijk, Konate, and Gomez in defense. In midfield, Endo, Mac Allister, and Szoboszlai would provide the necessary creativity and control. Completing the lineup, Salah, Diaz, and Nunez would form a potent attacking trio.