Liverpool Confirmed Lineup vs Napoli: Keita in for Henderson; van Dijk starts

Liverpool Confirmed Lineup vs Napoli: Keita in for Henderson; van Dijk starts

Liverpool Confirmed Lineup vs Napoli: Keita in for Henderson; van Dijk starts

Dossena had a brief spell at Liverpool towards the end of the 2000s before he returned to Italy with Napoli in January 2010.

Klopp refused to blame an intense sequence of fixtures for his team's subdued display and insisted there would be no repeat when Manchester City visit Anfield in the Premier League on Sunday.

"Whatever team he picks, you just give your best whether you come on for five minutes or start the game".

Virgil van Dijk has been under an injury cloud over the last week but he is fit to play, if selected, and he could partner Joe Gomez, who will be making his 50 appearance in a Reds shirt, should be feature at the Stadio San Paolo.

Klopp accepts a draw would have been more than they deserved and feels the formation Liverpool used was a mistake.

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"We didn't create a lot of chances". I think we had a big part of that because we can play much better.

Liverpool are looking to build on their 3-2 win over Paris Saint-Germain in their last Champions League outing, and also get back to winning ways having drawn 1-1 at Chelsea on Saturday night.

'The team did well throughout the game, we never lost control, ' he told Sky Italia.

Salah is clearly lacking confidence in front of goal and was substituted at Stamford Bridge at the weekend, but will Klopp make the big decision to leave him out from the start in Naples? That's why we're all so disappointed, because we expect more and to bring more. "We have to take it as a lesson and then we have to carry on". Sturridge now leads the league in goals per minutes averaging one every 12.5 minutes.

"(I'm) not shocked. We didn't adapt, that happens", said Klopp. Nobody sees us on top of the group and everybody expects PSG and Liverpool to go through so it's up to us to put in the hard work to qualify.

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