Liverpool began their Champions League campaign with a fashion win against Ajax on Wednesday.
A freak’s own goal was enough for the Reds to win 1-0 in the Group D opener in Amsterdam.
The Premier League and world champions are now considering a number of changes, with Jurgen Klopp shifting their focus back to the top flight.
And we look forward to the changes that the Reds boss can make for a tour of Sheffield United on Saturday.
Fabinho or not?
Liverpool are now busy with games, but Klopp is reluctant to shake his defense too much.
Much will depend on the availability of Joel Matip, who was not against Ajax on muscle issues.
Cameronia’s return could put Fabinho in a more accustomed midfield role after a great performance at center-back alongside Joe Gomez.
With Costas Simikas and James Milner playing midway through almost the entire match and almost certain until Andy Robertson returns to the left with unwavering doubts about fitness, Trent Alexander-Arnold is once again on the opposite end.
Ready A. Henderson
Midfield got off to a good start on Wednesday when Jordan Henderson was introduced to Curtis Zone at half-time.
Milina’s reluctance to stick to her work has led to the release of Ginny Wisnaldom to play with greater offensive freedom.
Amsterdam’s heavy pitch means he’ll be surprised to see the start of Saturday’s second, with Henderson aiming to get back on the starting line-up.
Jones could have held his place, but the midfielder’s composition could have been much more controversial as he waited for injury updates on Cleop Thiago Alcantara and Nabi Keita.
Klopp frowned as he replaced Mohamed Salah and Roberto Firmino together, Slio remembers on Wednesday night.
And not everyone will be on the bench this weekend, especially with the strength of the performances of Takumi Minamino and Diego Jota.
Firmino has the potential to make his way down a bit further down-out, with clear replacements including Minamino. Bringing a left-winger pair could mean bringing Man down in the middle.
Jordan Shakiri, who also came up against Ajax, is another option, although Divok Origi is currently present on the border.