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13 hours ago, Mathewbet1 said:

does jay spearing still play for them?

Reminds me of my proudest achievement at Anfield: the time I made Martin Skrtel laugh.

 

I used to go with my mate who was a wheelchair user, so we were right at the front of the Main Stand. When the subs were warming up, sometimes they'd block our view. One time, Skrtel and Spearing were warming up in front of us. My mate shouted "Martin, can you move? You're blocking my view." Being a nice lad, he apologised and moved a few yards. I shouted "You're alright, Jay, we can see over you." Skrtel turned round, laughing, and said "Yes, but he's got a big arse!"

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26 minutes ago, 1892-LFCWasBorn said:

Front 3 rested.

 

Origi starts.

Yeah, the little cunt who gets leaked lineups is saying Jota, Minamino, Shaqiri and Origi.

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We all talk about having players ready to give the first team guys a break and these are probably the lowest ranked team we will play this season ( give or take Lincoln ) so can't complain if it happens.

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9 minutes ago, Anubis said:

Twitter rumours that Divock starts.

Twatterati say team is:

 

Alisson
Trent
Gomez
Fabinho
Robertson
Henderson
Milner
Shaqiri
Minamino
Origi
Jota

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9 minutes ago, TheHowieLama said:

Everton in the cup.

We beat the shite on a Sunday night, we only played the kids

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I’m fine with the supposed Line up, league matters more than Europe to me. 
 

We saw Saturday it’s hard to play anyone after à European game.

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Allison

Trent

Fabinho 

Gimez

Robbo

Henderson 

Milner

Shaqiri 

Miamino 

Jota

Origi

 

Adrian

N. Williams

R. Williams

Gini

Jones

Salah

Mane

Bobby

Cain

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Looks like it

Or a 4-3-3 with Miamino at the point of the three. 

 

Not much difference in all honesty

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