Confirmed Liverpool line-up v Burnley: 25-year-old omitted in one change
By Harvey Byrne
Jurgen Klopp has made one change to his Liverpool team which takes on Burnley in the Premier League on Sunday afternoon.
The 49-year-old manager has decided to bring Divock Origi back into his starting line-up.
This has seen 25-year-old Roberto Firmino omitted from the selection after injury doubts ahead of the encounter.
Liverpool announced their line-up via their official Twitter account prior to the 4.00pm kick off at Anfield.
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Liverpool are currently looking to ensure a spot in next season’s Champions League and with each of the rest of the top sides out of action this weekend a win could prove highly beneficial.
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Three points for the Merseyside giants will see them move within a point of third placed Manchester City, while also moving five points clear of fifth placed Arsenal.
However, when the Reds last met Burnley in August they fell to a 2-0 defeat despite dominating the majority of possession.
But, while the Lancashire outfit are extremely strong at home, they are statistically the worst side away from Turf Moor with just two points from 13 encounters.
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