Liverpool football club will take on Wolverhampton Wanderers Football club in a mouthwatering premier league encounter when the international break is over. They will be hoping to get a good result from the match, but how will the coach setup the team and make them perform at an optimum level? Here are 2 best ways Liverpool could lineup after the international break.
Coach Jorgen Klopp could use the 4:3:3 formation to setup the team for their upcoming match against Wolverhampton Wanderers Football club. Alisson Becker could be the one between the sticks for the Reds while Ibrahima Konate could play as one of the central defenders if he is fully fit for the match.
The French defender could be paired with Joel Matip in the centre back position while Jarrell Quansah could replace injured Trent Alexander-Arnold in the right fullback position. Andy Robertson could start as the left fullback while Dominik Szoboszlai could continue to play as one of the central midfielders for the team.
The duo of Curtis Jones and Alexis Mac Allister could also be fielded in the midfield by coach Jorgen Klopp. Mohamed Salah and Luis Diaz could be the ones to play in the right and left wing positions respectively while Darwin Nunez could be the striker.
The coach could also setup the team using the 4:2:3:1 formation, but Alisson Becker could retain his place as the first choice goalkeeper of the team. The coach could play Joe Gomez in the central defense position alongside Ibrahima Konate.
Jarrell Quansah could play as the right fullback in the absence of Trent Alexander-Arnold while Andy Robertson could play in the left fullback position. Harvey Elliott could make it to the starting lineup as one of the central midfielders of the team. He could be paired with Alexis Mac Allister.
Dominik Szoboszlai could play a more advanced roles as the central attacking midfielder while Diogo Jota could play in the left wing position. Mohamed Salah could start in the right flank while Cody Gakpo could be the striker.