Liverpool will be looking to continue their run of form when they play host to Watford on Sunday.
Reds manager Jurgen Klopp will be fretting over the fitness of James Milner, and will be hoping that the Englishman is deemed fit enough to play against Watford. Milner has performed exceedingly well as a makeshift left-back, and has made that position his own at Anfield.
The seasoned campaigner missed the 4-2 victory over illness and was replaced by Alberto Moreno. The Spaniard performed decently, but will be making way should Milner pass a late fitness test.
Striker Danny Ings has not been a central part of Klopp’s plans in the league this season, so his season-long absence is less likely to cause any hiccups in the side. Roberto Firmino has done a decent job playing in a central position and will be looking to continue finding the back of net on Sunday.
Defensively, Joe Gomez has returned to light training, but is not quite ready to come back into the first team. The international break may have come at the right time for him as he can continues to work on his fitness.
Elsewhere, Klopp’s side appears free from any injuries and he will be looking to deploy his strongest squad against a resolute Hornets. Loris Karius has kept just one clean sheet this term, but appears to have the complete backing of his manager, and will start the game.
Adam Lallana has struggled to find the form he did at the start of the season after his injury, but seems likely to be played in a midfield trio comprising of Emre Can and Jordan Henderson.