Firminho, Coutinho and Mane to headline Reds attack as Liverpool host Hull City on Saturday.
Liverpool are likely to have the midfield duo of Adam Lallana and Georginio Wijnaldum available for selection after the two were rested for the mid-week match in the EFL Cup. Daniel Sturridge also missed the fixture after missing the pre-match training with a niggle and is a major doubt for the game on Saturday.
Loris Karius made his debut for Liverpool in the mid-week fixture and kept a clean sheet against Derby County and it is believed that Jurgen Klopp is likely to favour the German over Simon Mignolet in goal with the Belgian unable to keep a clean sheet this season thus far. Ojo and Joe Gomez are still out with the duo back in the first week and at the end of October respectively.
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Jake Livermore is likely to return to the side after serving his one-game suspension. The former Tottenham midfielder has been used as a make-shift centre-back by Mike Phelan and the manager must now choose between deploying Livermore in defence or putting his faith in the more natural pairing of Curtis Davies and Harry Maguire at the back with the duo having impressed in the mid-week EFL Cup win against Stoke City.
Phelan played a string of new signings against Stoke City in the EFL Cup match with Markus Henriksen, Ryan Mason, David Marshall and the United duo of James Weir and Will Keane making their debuts for the club and it is highly likely that a few of them will be in line to make their league debut for the club on Saturday.