Klopp To Make 3 Changes: Predicted Liverpool XI vs Maribor

Posted October 17, 2017

Liverpool only managed to accrue two points from their opening group stage fixtures against Sevilla and Spartak Moscow respectively and now lie second in their group having scored more goals than the Russian outfit, who have also drawn both of their group games. "We have a lot of games but I don't think the intensity of the last game should be a reason for the line-up for this game". We make maybe one or two changes but the first job is not to think the same thing you think and underestimate the opponent.

Liverpool will be looking to register their first win of the Champions League group stages when they take on Maribor in Slovenia tomorrow night.

He also referenced the fact that Maribor's 12,700-seater stadium is "not usually sold out" but "will be sold out" for the visit of his team, revealing his expectation that the home fans will generate "a special atmosphere".

When asked about Karius, Klopp said: "Yes, Loris will start".

Jurgen Klopp will be hoping to pick up six points from their double-header against Maribor.

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Liverpool have failed to win their last seven Champions League games (D4 L3), their longest-ever run without a victory in the competition.

Klopp bemoaned the negative tactics deployed by Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho in last Saturday's 0-0 draw at Anfield and was quick to suggest such defensive tactics would not be acceptable if they were being used by a Liverpool manager.

"The two games we saw against Moscow and Sevilla obviously were a little bit different", Klopp told a press conference.

There's agitation and annoyance in Liverpool, not just with Jurgen Klopp, who must be sick to death of saying "we were the better team again".

Klopp said that Liverpool can not simply "wait until they lose the ball" and said from his point of view it "has to be a high-intensity game because it's a very important game for both teams", calling his side to "be ready" for such an aggressive encounter.