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Liverpool predicted the team against Everton, where Gravenberch and Jota play in the middle of Núñez’s call.

Liverpool vs Everton predicted line-up: Jurgen Klopp will try to balance injury problems and lack of recovery in the squad ahead of the weekend game

Liverpool will look to maintain their strong start to the Premier League season as Jurgen Klopp prepares his side for Saturday afternoon’s Merseyside derby. Everton arrive at Anfield as heavy underdogs.

All of the Reds’ international stars who have been on international duty, including Darwin Núñez, Trent Alexander-Arnold and Virgil van Dijk, are now all back at the AXA Training Center as they now face a quick turnaround before meeting Sean Dyche. team early.

The Reds will get a boost ahead of the game as Portuguese striker Diogo Jota returns to the squad after serving a suspension for a red card against Tottenham Hotspur. However, they will be without Andy Robertson after the left-back was forced out of Scotland’s game against Spain with a hamstring injury. He is now undergoing surgery for it.

Cody Gakpo, Caoimhín Kelleher, Thiago Alcântara and Stefan Bajčetić have also been injured in recent weeks and the Dutch forward looks the only one to feature in this weekend’s derby. Even that comes off the bench.

Klopp also faces a familiar problem this weekend as he faces a race against time to prepare his squad for the early kick-off. With the likes of Núñez, Alexis Mac Allister and Luis Díaz returning from South America with just days to go before kick-off at Anfield, there is a certain amount of pressure and tension on the squad which could dampen the performance.

Speaking after the final international break, when Liverpool faced Wolverhampton Wanderers in the first leg of the weekend, Klopp said: “It’s not a problem if you have a week [to prepare]. The problem is the lack of recovery time.

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“We have four international breaks until March, two of which start at 12.30pm. It’s a joke. We had players in South America! The TV channel has a different name [TNT Sports, FKA BT Sport] but nothing changes, they don’t give… from there.”

With injuries, recovery time and possible changes to a side without a win in their last two games, Liverpool.com attempted to predict the Reds’ starting line-up to face Everton this weekend. .

After the Everton match, Liverpool have a busy schedule ahead of them with games against Luton Town, Toulouse and Nottingham Forest coming up.

The Reds hope to be in an even stronger position in the Premier League before the next international break and have also made it out of the Europa League group stage and Carabao Cup tie with Bournemouth.

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