Three changes Liverpool should make after the international break
Liverpool’s opening three games displayed the three most common types of performances that Reds fans have got used to under Jurgen Klopp; the win at the Emirates was an example of the Reds at their purring counter attacking best; the draw at Spurs showed the all too familiar failure to kill a game that should have been won, whereas the defeat at Burnley was just an awful display from start to finish.
Jurgen Klopp, then, has plenty to work on if Liverpool are to realise their aim of getting back in the top four this season, but thankfully there are a umber of tweaks he can make to his starting eleven that could have a positive effect on the team.
The Reds have a tough month ahead, with fixtures against champions Leicester before a trip to Stamford Bridge and a tough game against stingy newly promoted Hull. So what can Klopp do to make sure Liverpool get through September in as good a shape as possible?
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