By Nairaland Forum After making his return to action against Napoli last week, Thiago is in contention to start Liverpool’s Champions League clash with Ajax on Tuesday, but Andy Robertson is the latest player to pick up an injury.
With Saturday’s Premier League meeting with Wolves postponed following the death of the Queen, the Reds have had a six-day gap between fixtures.
That may not have come at the worst time, with Jurgen Klopp‘s squad still depleted by injuries, including a new problem for Andy Robertson, and it’ll be interesting to see who lines up against the Dutch champions at Anfield.
After an embarrassing defeat in Naples, Klopp suggested it was time for his side to “reinvent themselves,” which makes his team selection for Ajax all the more intriguing.
Unsurprisingly, Thiago made a big difference to Liverpool’s midfield when he came on for the last half an hour against Napoli, and there’s every chance he’ll now be thrown in from the start.
Here, we look at two ways the Reds could line up against Ajax. Read More
Source:: Nigerian Chatter