Liverpool vs Southampton Live Stream. Roberto Firmino is ready to return to Liverpool’s opening lineup against Southampton on Saturday, but Dejan Lovren and Adam Lallana will not face their former club.
A confrontation with Paris, Saint-Germain saw that Firmino won a dramatic winner after stopping from the bench.
Brazilian international was named among the substitutes for the red for the Champions League match after he crashed into his left eye during a win over “Tottenham Hotspur” with a score of 2: 1, three days ago.
But Jurgen Klopp confirmed on Friday that Firmino can play from the start compared to the Saints at Anfield, although there is still no decision on whether he will. Daniel Sturridge, who impressed Klopp and highlighted his first start of the season with a goal against PSG, can also compete.
“Yes, he [Firmino] is ready … there’s still no reason to think about Bobby, it’s about how we can go out in a different way in general, can [Firmino and Sturridge] play together? Yes, of course” said the boss.
Center-back Lovren resumed training earlier this week after a pelvic injury, and “close” to return, according to Klopp, while Lallana also gets good results after a problem in the groin. However, this weekend will not be either.
Dominique Solanki returned to training Friday after a concussion concussion during his performance in the sub-23 in Liverpool last Saturday, but also striker Divock Origi stays away from the knee injury he picked up during the same game.
Southampton will be without their leading striker Danny Ings at Anfield. Ings, who won three times in five Premier League games for the Mark Hughes team, has no right in relation to the terms of the original loan agreement, which moved him away from Merseyside on the south coast last month.
Trauma, the only doubt of the visitors: Manolo Gabbiadini, who will approve a late test of suitability for a complaint about the hamstring. Meanwhile, Hughes is expecting a tough day against Liverpool, who will spend the weekend getting seven wins in seven games in all competitions this season.
“At the moment they are exceptional.” [It was] Excellent performance in Europe, and it will be a test for us, “said the Welshman. “This is a game that will put us to the test, because the team we face is seen at the top of its form in terms of people and collective functioning.
“We will go there with the intention of causing problems and taking risks when we create them.”
Liverpool v PSG, September 18: Alisson, Alexander Arnold, Van Dyck, Gomez, Robertson, Henderson, Veynald, Milner, Manet, Salah, Sturridge.
Southampton v Brighton, September 17: McCarthy, Soares, Westergaard, Hodt, Bertrand, Lemenina, Hoyberg, Elyunossi, Redmond, Largo, Ing.