Liverpool bounced back from a goal down to earn all three points against Aston Villa in the Premier League.
Next up, the Reds will collide against Genk in the Champions League tomorrow night. The reigning European Champions defeated the Belgian side in their own backyard in the last CL fixture and should be considered favorites to beat them at Anfield.
Klopp must take into consideration the fact that his team has to face Manchester City in the Premier League next weekend and therefore, he could rest more than a few players vs Genk.
In the defense, Gomez should replace Alexander-Arnold to start in the right back role. On the other hand, Milner might replace Robertson to start in the LB position. Lovren and Van Dijk should start in the central defense in front of Alisson.
In the center of the park, the likes of Fabinho, Keita and Oxlade-Chamberlain should return to the starting XI.
In the attack, Salah has been out of form and it seems that he has not fully recovered from the knock he suffered against the Foxes. Therefore, the Egyptian should not start the CL contest tomorrow night.
Therefore, Origi should return to start on the left wing, Mane might start on the right and Firmino should retain his place as the lone center forward up front.
Here is Liverpool’s probable 4-3-3 XI vs Genk: