Premier League 2018-19: Liverpool predicted XI vs West Ham

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Liverpool will be hoping to get their new Premier League campaign off to a flying start, when they take on West Ham United at Anfield on Sunday afternoon.

The Merseyside outfit will be aiming to be one of the main contenders for the Premier League title next season as they aim to try and win their first trophy under Klopp.

The mesh of explosiveness and steel was one of the most encouraging elements from Klopp's side, which they will have to continuously implement - especially in more challenging fixtures.

Another of Liverpool's summer signings, Xherdan Shaqiri, is likely to start on the bench, with the Liverpool boss unlikely to tinker with the attacking trio of Mohamed Salah, Roberto Firmino and Sadio Mane, who slayed defences for fun last season. We conceded the last goal in the last second of the period so you arrive to the dressing room with another task if you lose just 1-0. And when you consider, as it has been for other clubs also, the build-up has been disrupted by players coming back at different times, it is even more impressive.

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Replicating the 44-goal haul which heralded Salah's debut season at Anfield has not fazed the Egyptian despite an early Champions League final exit and similarly fruitless travails with his national side as they mutedly exited the World Cup group stages.

Liverpool went in to cruise control for the majority of the second half, with Alisson not having a significant test to prove his £65 million price tag in the whole game as West Ham's attacking additions of Felipe Anderson and Jack Wilshere were nowhere to be seen.

Salah and Sadio Mane were able to join the club's pre-season tour in the United States are being knocked out in the group stages in Russian Federation with Egypt and Senegal, while Andy Robertson, Virgil van Dijk, Keita, Fabinho and James Milner had the summer off. He has already shown in pre-season that he could be a key player for Liverpool, and he'll be looking to translate that form into the Premier League.

"We can not be anything different than the challenger because we have not won anything since I've been in (charge), a long time". We knew it was going to be hard. We can not be anything different than the challenge because we didn't win anything for a long time.

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"We are Liverpool; there is no one on this planet that expects more of us than we expect of ourselves. We can achieve good things together". We said it before the game again, what people say is sometimes nice, sometimes not so nice, but it is always not important.

I think Liverpool take the points so the best bet is to back Mane to score in 90 minutes and the hosts to win at [2.95] on the Same Game Multi feature. To win the FA Cup he'll need to figure out what has been preventing them getting to the latter stages.

"He can play different positions of course, but I think No. 8 is his best in the moment, so that's all cool".

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