Diogo Jota and Billy Cometio were decided as Liverpool line up vs Arsenal

Gomez debuted for Comeo

Paul Gorst: Then, arsenal again. The last time the two met in this competition was 120 minutes, 10 goals and a penalty shootout.

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Although the supporters happily did something similar tonight, I’m sure!

There will be many changes again for this one and I am going to make them.

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So Merry Back Five is the first film for Adrian, Neko Williams, Joe Gomez and Billy Cometio. On the left, I see Andy Robertson starting with Kostas Tsimikas.

James Milner is saved for midfield.

My midfield trio will feature Dogo Jota, Takumi Minamino and Zaharadan Shakiri alongside Marco Grujic, Curtis Jones and Milko.

My team (4-3-3): Adrian; Williams, Gomez, Cometio, Robertson; Grujic, Jones, Milner; Shakiri, Minamino, Jota.

Defense is big question for Klopp tonight

Ian Doyle: If you are not going to do this with the defense, what is the point of choosing a strong midfield and forward line?

This is the pose with which Jurgen Klopp is surely heading ahead of Liverpool’s Carabao Cup tie with Arsenal.

Outside of Kostas Tsimikus, matters have become somewhat straightforward.

James Milner is the call on the left, with Neko Williams on the right.

In the middle, Joe Gomez should start alongside Ryde Williams. Arsenal had become quite strong against Leicester City the last time, so it was decided at half-time how Fubinho’s place could be depending on the game. Adrian is in target.

The midfield could be the same against Lincoln, where Zerdan Shakiri was dominant with a deep role and may be likely to bid farewell to Marco Grujic.

Now things get interesting in the best way to establish the front row.

Tacumi Minamino has been impressive in the middle, but he will have to move to the right for this one, with Divock Origin central and Diogo Zeta on the left.

The other option is to switch Minamino and Origi – meaning the latter will start for Liverpool for the first time on the right wing… since then, for the first time in fact. Arsenal will not be expected.

My team (4-3-3): Adrian; N Williams, Gomez, R Williams, Milner; Jones, Grujic, Shakiri; Minmino, Origi, Jota.

Jota gets its first start as soon as the clot rings.

Connor Dunn: All changes, please. All changes.

Liverpool’s starting XI, which dominated Lincoln City in round three of the Carabao Cup, was another completely different dress that we saw in the match against Chelsea and Arsenal, winning 7–2.

And with the way this season is going to play out, it makes complete sense to implement the changes once again for the next trip to Arsenal in the fourth round of the League Cup on Thursday night.

However, the Reds have a case for putting more experienced players in certain areas of the pitch due to the strong nature of the opposition – and many of Liverpool’s world-class stars will certainly be on the bench to change the game if necessary – while some selections There are issues that may affect the starting line-up.

First, Adrian starts in goal. Neko Williams plays on the right and James Milner comes on the left and rests Andy Robertson with injury to new signing Kostas Cymicas.

At the heart of the defense, I want to see Virgil van Djack continue – Joel Matip still injured – while Billy Cometio arrives as his partner.

In midfield three, Marco Grujic continues, while Zerdan Shakiri also holds his place in a slightly darker role, as he did against Lincoln and Curtis Jones.

At the head of the field, I’m holding Harvey Elliott on the right, while Takumi Minamino plays in the middle and Diogo Jota is handed his first start for the Reds on the left.

My team (4-3-3): Adrian; Williams, Coumetio, Van Dejak, Milner; Grujic, Shakiri, Jones; Elliott, Minamino, Jota.

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Milner can guide a youth through the backline

Sean Bradbury: This is a difficult one given Liverpool injury issues from the back.

Along with the fact that the Reds can’t be completely certain how Mikel Arteta will play it in terms of rotation.

But the team that gave Lincoln a 7–2 win in the last round gave themselves an excellent account.

Most of them get a node again. Adrian starts in goal. Neko Williams is at right-back, with James Milner in the absence of Kostas Tsimikas on the left flank.

To guide him through Milner’s senior presence, I will play both Billy Cometio and Rias Williams for defense.

Curtis Jones, Zerdan Shakiri and Marco Grujic make up the midfield.

And in the attack it is Takumi Minamino on the right, Divok Origi Central and Diago plowing on the left.

My team (4-3-3): Adrian; N. Williams, R. Williams, Coumetio, Milner; Grujic, Jones, Shakiri; Minmino, Origi, Jota.

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