4-3-3: Liverpool’s strongest possible XI vs Palace without Salah & Robertson

Liverpool will collide against Crystal Palace away from home when the Premier League returns on Saturday.

The Reds won both their fixtures against the Eagles in the last campaign but this time, reports suggest that the league leaders will be without two key players.

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According to The Daily Mail and Sky Sports News, star playmaker Mohamed Salah and first choice left back Andy Robertson are set to miss the trip to Selhurst Park.

It must be remembered that last month, our Egyptian playmaker missed the contest vs Manchester United due to ankle injury and we ended up dropping points at Old Trafford.

Against the Red Devils, Mane started on the right wing and Origi was given the nod to start on the left flank. Klopp may start with the same setup against the Eagles.

In the absence of Robertson, Milner has mainly played in the left back role. The veteran midfielder normally performs the fullback role well but he is not fast. Last season, he played in the RB role vs Palace and was tormented by Wilfried Zaha. So, I’d like Gomez to replace Robertson.

No other changes should be made in the team that started vs Manchester City in the last league contest before the international break.

Here is Liverpool’s strongest possible 4-3-3 XI vs Crystal Palace:

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