By Harvey Byrne
Liverpool have made one change to their side which emphatically beat Hull 5-1 last weekend.
Manager Jurgen Klopp has decided to bring centre-back Dejan Lovren into the starting line-up.
The change has seen Iceland international Ragnar Klavan drop out of the starting eleven and fall onto the bench.
Liverpool revealed the team news on their official Twitter account ahead of the Saturday afternoon Premier League clash against Swansea at the Liberty stadium.
— Liverpool FC (@LFC) October 1, 2016
The Reds have started the new campaign in impressive form with the Merseysiders currently sat in fifth place with 13 points from their first six fixtures.
Klopp will be keen for his side to continue their good form with four wins and 14 goals coming from their last four matches in all competitions.
They face a battle away at Swansea, who are currently struggling near the foot of the Premier League table.
They lost senior duo Andre Ayew and Ashley Williams in the summer and currently sit in 17th place with four points from six fixtures.
The Swans have not won a match in five fixtures in all competitions, suffering four defeats and they will be looking to turn around their current poor form.
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