Sport Liverpool Predicted XI: Crystal Palace (H)

15:05  21 april  2017
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Liverpool entertain Crystal Palace at Anfield on Saturday afternoon looking to move back to the top of the Premier League table. Here is a predicted team.

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Liverpool will be looking for their third successive win when they host Crystal Palace at Anfield on Sunday afternoon.

The Reds will be looking for another three points as they continue to make their push for Champions League football next season and with Man City not playing a league game this weekend, Liverpool will know that a win will increase the gap between themselves and Pep Guardiola’s side.

Jurgen Klopp has a number of injury issues to deal with ahead of the game. Jordan Henderson and Adam Lallana are still not ready to be included, Sadio Mane is out for the season and now Joel Matip, Lucas and Ragnar Klavan are all struggling with injuries.

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At this stage of the season, all that matters are the three points and whichever side Klopp picks, they’ll know that they have to do the business against a Palace side that are in good form and who also have a decent record at Anfield.

With that being said, here’s the XI that I think Klopp will select:

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