The games are coming thick and fast as Liverpool have to prepare for a trip to Brighton to face the newcomers in the Premier League. The Reds have been doing pretty well ever since they were beaten by Tottenham, and have picked up 13 points from their next five Premier League matches.
The last game was a comfortable 3-0 win away at Stoke and we had the chance to actually rest players like Philippe Coutinho, Mohamed Salah and Jordan Henderson. Jurgen Klopp would be looking to make a few changes to the side facing Brighton on Saturday as we have a crunch game in the Champions League before the Merseyside derby against Everton next weekend.
The Reds were back in training preparing for the game away at Brighton and would want to keep in touch of the top four as we are only two points outside the Champions League places. The one player who was missing in the previous game against Stoke was Adam Lallana and it seems like he is out of this game too as he was not pictured in the training sessions.
Another player that was missing from the training images was Joel Matip but he could make a recovery in time, hopefully, to lead us to another clean sheet.
What really will be interesting to see just how Klopp decides to rotate the attack given that Coutinho did not play a single minute at the Britannia. Similarly, Salah only came on for the last 20 minutes or so and we should see the Egyptian start in the game against Brighton and then get substituted after the 60-minute mark.
The game against the Premier League side will be tough as they are not easy to play against at home but we have to keep an eye on Spartak in midweek as we need to get a point, at home, to make it to the knockout round of the Champions League.
The pair of Salah and Mane were not pictured in training but they should have a big role to play not only in the upcoming games but also for the rest of the season, as we look to end the campaign with a trophy and a 4th place finish, at least.