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Liverpool’s planned line-up against Fulham | From today 11



Liverpool’s planned line-up against Fulham | From today 11

Liverpool will be looking to secure five race wins and bolster their Champions League qualification hopes when they host Fulham at Anfield on Wednesday night. 

Liverpool will be looking to secure five race wins and bolster their Champions League qualification hopes when they host Fulham at Anfield on Wednesday night. 

Jürgen Klopp’s men have beaten top four challengers Tottenham Hotspur in a thrilling game over the weekend.
Now let’s see how Jurgen Klopp could line up his Liverpool side for the upcoming game –


Alisson Becker will retain his place in the starting line-up, with the Brazil international set to stand between the goal posts.
In the defensive formation of the local team, Ibrahima Konaté could make way for Joel Matip, the latter remaining on the bench for the clash of Spurs. Liverpool’s midfield is likely to see captain Jordan Henderson return to the top eleven as Harvey Elliott sinks to the bench.
In the forward third of the pitch, it could be Cody Gakpo who makes way for Diogo Jota, who came off the bench on Sunday to score an added-time winner. TO KNOW MORE

Liverpool’s final position in the Premier League could plummet after a shock scenario

Liverpool moved up to fifth place in the Premier League thanks to a 4-3 win over Tottenham Hotspur

Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp (Image: Dave Howarth – CameraSport via Getty Images)

They may have worked hard for it, but Liverpool’s 4-3 win over Tottenham Hotspur on Sunday saw them take control of the Europa League qualifying race.

The Reds are currently fifth in the table on 56 points, two points above both Spurs and Aston Villa, who have played one game less. Meanwhile, they have yet to welcome Unai Emery’s Villa side to Anfield on 20 May.

As a result, Jurgen Klopp’s men are in a good position to qualify for next season’s Europa League, while also poised to capitalize on any slippage from Manchester United or Newcastle United in the title race. Seven points behind the fourth-placed Red Devils (63 points), having played one more game, and nine points behind the third-place Magpies (65 points), such a prospect seems highly unlikely.

With Manchester City facing Manchester United in the FA Cup Final, the fifth and sixth placed Premier League players look to have a chance of qualifying for the Europa League group stage. Meanwhile, a seventh place seems to be worth qualifying for the Europa Conference League.

With a significantly better goal difference than Tottenham (+6) and Villa (+4), even if Liverpool (+23) slip in the coming weeks to finish level with both sides in the table, they would finish higher as a result .

In the unlikely event that Man United drop enough points to level the Reds, Liverpool’s +10 goal difference would also be enough to finish higher than them in the Premier League table and possibly move into the top four for sneak.

On the other hand, Newcastle have the advantage over Liverpool with a +34 goal difference even without a nine point lead going into today’s perspective. However, the Reds scored more goals (65-61), which is the next decision to determine league position when two teams cannot be separated on points and goal difference.

In addition, head-to-head points are taken into account. Again, Klopp’s men have the advantage on all four sides mentioned above. They completed a league double against Newcastle and Tottenham, while their 7-0 loss to Manchester United at Anfield trumped their 2-1 loss at Old Trafford.

Meanwhile, they won 3-1 at Aston Villa on Boxing Day. With the most goals as the away team then determines who finishes higher, Emery’s side are expected to win 3-0 or by two goals after scoring four or more goals to finish on top. above Liverpool in the unlikely event that they finish level on points, goal difference and on aggregate.
Win 3-1 and we could be looking at a Premier League play-off to decide European qualification, although at this stage that is highly unlikely.

But while the Reds have the advantage over each of the aforementioned teams in such circumstances, it’s a different story when it comes to Brighton & Hove Albion. It really doesn’t take outlandish results for both teams to finish at season level.

The Seagulls are currently eighth in the standings outside Europe with 52 points. However, they have three games against Tottenham and Aston Villa, two games against Liverpool and Newcastle and one game against Manchester United.

If they win their two consecutive games against the Reds, they will propel them to fifth place with 58 points. However, if you win one and draw the other, both sides will be tied on 56 points.

After Brighton beat Wolves 6-0 on Saturday, Brighton’s goal difference has been increased significantly and it is likely they will level Liverpool as a result. Your GD is currently +21 after scoring four goals less than red, but has also given two less.

So what happens when the seagulls are really affected on points, differences in safety and goals with Liverpool? Unfortunately, there is no premier league elimination here.

The draw 3: 3 of Brighton on Anged and 3-1 victory against the Reds in the Amex stadium leave them the advantage. End of the end of the klopp points of points, the difference and the goals of the door, and you will place higher in the last premier league table. If Brighton win games hands down, they will be well placed to qualify for next season’s Europa League alongside Liverpool.