Keita starts in 4-3-3: Liverpool’s expected line-up against Palace

Monday will see Liverpool come up against Crystal Palace as the Reds look to put a winning run together, very early in the new season.

After a summer of many new signings, competition for places is stronger than ever, making it even harder to guess who will be in the starting line-up.

Jurgen Klopp is probably not sure what his best line-up is just yet and that is definitely understandable when you have only one game under your belt in what will be another marathon of a season.

Last Sunday’s display against West Ham gave fans and the manager many positives to take forward as the team looks to go a step further than finishing in the top four this time around.

Crystal Palace on their turf can be a tough nut to crack sometimes and that is why our attacking force will have to be at its best again if we are to secure all of the three points.