Liverpool play next against relegation-threatened Aston Villa today at Anfield in a Premier League match, MySportDab reports.
Coach Jurgen Klopp could make some changes to his line-up today as Liverpool prepare for a hectic finish to the Premier League campaign.
The new English champions play six games within the next 21 days, from Villa today.
Liverpool will want bounce back against Aston Villa after a 4-0 defeat at rivals Manchester City in midweek.
Despite naming a strong team at the Etihad, Manchester City crushed Liverpool and spoiled their title party.
But the Reds will be desperate to show their quality today against Villa after such a loss to City, Klopp is likely to make changes to his starting eleven at Anfield.
Klopp named the same starting XI at Manchester City and also against Crystal Palace a week before.
But against Villa, he could make some changes to his defence, although Virgil van Dijk will keep his starting spot.
After missing the Man City game, Dejan Lovren is unlikely to play ahead of Joe Gomez despite the England international’s poor performance on Thursday night.
In right-back, Trent Alexander-Arnold is expected to start and Andy Robertson will also keep his place at left back.
In midfield, Liverpool captain Jordan Henderson is expected to be given a rest after playing the full match against City.
Fabinho should start in the holding midfield role, with Naby Keita and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain both starting to replace Henderson and Gini Wijnaldum.
Liverpool vs Aston Villa kick-off?
The Premier League match will get started at 4.30pm (Nigeria/UK time) today Sunday, July 5th.
How To Watch Liverpool vs Aston Villa?
The Premier League match will be broadcasted live on Sky Sports channels across the UK.
Sunday July 5th Premier League Matches:
12:00pm Burnley Vs Sheffield United
2:15pm: Newcastle Vs West Ham
4:30pm: Liverpool Vs Aston Villa
7:00pm: Southampton Vs Manchester City