Nunez Leads The Line, Alisson In Goal | 4-3-3 Liverpool Predicted Line Up Vs Crystal Palace | OneFootball

Nunez Leads The Line, Alisson In Goal | 4-3-3 Liverpool Predicted Line Up Vs Crystal Palace

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Liverpool will lock horns with Crystal Palace at Anfield on Monday as they look to clinch all three points in their home encounter. The Reds come into the match on the back of a 2-2 draw against Fulham in their last fixture, whereas the Eagles hope for a positive outcome after losing 2-0 to Arsenal in their previous match.

Jurgen Klopp will utilise the 4-3-3 formation where Darwin Nunez will be tasked with the burden of finding the back of the net.

4-3-3 Liverpool Predicted Line Up To Face Crystal Palace


Alisson Becker will operate in between the sticks as the Brazilian shot-stopper looks to secure a clean sheet at home.

Joel Matip could form the centre-half partnership with Virgil Van Dijk at the heart of Klopp’s defence as they try to keep the opposition at bay.

Liverpool celebrating a goal in the pre-season friendlies.

Trent Alexander-Arnold and Andrew Robertson would hope to create opportunities from the wide areas going forward from the wing-back positions. Joe Gomez will provide cover from the bench and will come on in the second half if required.


Thiago Alcantara, Fabinho and Jordan Henderson will make up the midfield trio that will transition the attack and create opportunities for the men up front. James Milner will look to impact the game in the latter half as he finds himself on the bench alongside Naby Keita.


Darwin Nunez will be the main man up front to lead the attack for the Reds after producing an impressive display in the previous fixture. Mohamed Salah will start in the right-wing position looking to create trouble for his opponents from the right flank, whereas Luis Diaz will provide support from the left-wing position.

Roberto Firmino might be called on in the later stages of the match if they require a goal, so he’ll find himself on the bench until and unless he’s needed.

4-3-3 Liverpool Predicted Line Up Vs Crystal Palace

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