Klopp’s new Era started well as he got himself to a six game unbeaten run in all competitions before suffering their first loss under Klopp on Sunday against Alan Pardew’s Crystal Palace.
But a thing to be worth noting is that Klopp does not have a lot of key players available for selections right now due to injuries. Liverpool has been severely hit by injuries this season. Right now they have star players like captain Jordan Henderson, Daniel Sturridge, Danny Ings, Mamadou Sakho, Jordan Rossiter, Jon Flanagan out injured.
Although a couple of players are expected to return to full fitness ahead of the game against Manchester City.
This would be Liverpool’s best lineup should all their players be fit.
GOALKEEPER- SIMON MIGNOLET
The Belgian will keep his place in the starting eleven as he still remains the top choice goalkeeper at Anfield.
RIGHT BACK- NATHANIEL CLYNE
Clyne is one of the best in England in his position and will keep his place.
Following his exploits last season he is regarded as one of the best full backs in the premier league.
CENTER BACKS- MARTIN SKRTEL AND MAMADOU SAKHO
The duo who started in most games under Klopp is the strongest pair they have and will start together.
LEFT BACK- ALBERTO MORENO
Moreno will keep his place at left back as Klopp is a big fan of his daring style of play which sees him push forward.
CENTRAL MIDFIELDERS- LUCAS LEIVA AND JORDAN HENDERSON
Lucas being a long serving Liverpool player fell out of favour under Rodgers who could not see the true talents of the Brazilian. But the Jurgen Klopp has seen the true ability in him he has been impressive upon the German’s arrival.
ATTACKING MIDFIELDERS- ADAM LALLANA, ROBERTO FIRMINO, PHILIPPE COUTINHO
Klopp favours to play a narrow 4-2-3-1 formation which can help Liverpool to get the best out of Adam Lallana, Roberto Firmino and of course Philippe Coutinho together.
STRIKER- DANIEL STURRIDGE
The injury stricken striker is still the best Liverpool have and they need him to stay fit. He would need to get back to the kind of form he was on during the Suarez Era.