LIV vs BOU Dream11: After a recent blip in their form, Liverpool will look to turn their fortunes around when they play host to Bournemouth in the Premier League at Anfield on Saturday. Liverpool's unbeaten start to the season was snapped up by a more hungry and determined Watford team last weekend as the Reds catapulted at Vicarage Road, losing 3-0 in what was their heaviest defeat since losing 4-1 at Wembley Stadium two seasons ago. But the reigning European champions face a season-defining few games. After hosting Bournemlith at Anfield, the Reds will entertain Atletico Madrid in the 2nd leg on Wednesday night.
Bournemouth are also hard-pressed for a win here. They are fighting for their Premier League status and will be motivated by what Watford did to Jurgen Klopp's last week. The Cherries also picked up a good result last week as they forced a 2-2 draw against Chelsea.
Host: Liverpool Visitors: Bournemouth Competition: Premier League Match Venue: Anfield Capacity: 54,074 Match Timing: March 07, @06:00 PM
LIV vs BOU Dream11 Football Team Prediction – Odds checker:
Liverpool to win: 1.22 (11/50), Probability to happen: 81.97% Bournemouth to win: 13.00 (12/1), Probability to happen: 7.69% Draw: 6.50 (11/2), Probability to happen: 15.38%
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Liverpool vs Bournemouth Team News:
Liverpool Team News:
Liverpool suffered a huge set back after it was revealed that first-choice goalkeeper Alisson becker suffered a hip injury in the training ground which will keep him out of the team for at least two weeks. It's a big-big blow for the Reds considering the calmness and the authority he commands in front of the goal.
Captain Jordan Henderson is also out of this game, but Klopp failed to rule him out of Wednesday's Champions League game against Atletico Madrid. The former Sunderland player is recovering from a hamstring injury he picked up against Atletico three weeks ago.
Right-back Nathaniel Clyne and winger Xherdan Shaqiri both remain sidelined and won't feature here.
Liverpool key players:
Mohamed Salah: He is Liverpool's leading scorer with 15 goals in the Premier League.
Sadio Mane: The former Southampton star has scored 13 times in the league this season.
Robert Firmono: His uniqueness is there to see. A very important part of Jurgen Klopp's team's system.
Liverpool's wing-backs Trent Alexander-Arnold and Andy Robertson can't be overlooked. Trent, especially, is racking up assists for fun this season.
Bournemouth team news:
On-loan Liverpool winger Harry Wilson is ineligible to face his parent club. So he is out of this game.
Ryan Fraser is expected to replace Harry Wilson in the playing 11.
The injuries remain a big worry for head coach Eddie Howe with no less than five first-team players missing from roster these days,
Arnaut Danjuma Groeneveld, David Brooks, Charlie Daniels, Chris Mepham and Lloyd Kelly all are out injured and won't feature here.
Bournemouth key players:
Callum Wilson: Bournemouth's striker is the joint top-scorer in the team with seven league goals. With Liverpool conceding 8 times in the last four games, and Alisson out, he will fancy his chances.
Ryan Fraser: He may not be a regular in the team these days, but he is a quality player. His creativity can't be questioned.
JoshuaKing: Good in the air, and play better alongside Callum Wilson.
Nathan Ake: Very good in the air. He will be a threat during set-piece situations.
Liverpool vs Bournemouth predicted playing 11:
Liverpool: Adrian (GK), Robertson, Gomez, Van Dijk, Trent Alexander-Arnold, Chamberlain, Fabinho, Wijnaldum, Mane, Firmino, Salah Bournemouth: Ramsdale (GK), Stacey, Steve Cook, Ake, Smith, Lewis Cook, Lerma, Billing, Fraser, King, Callum Wilson
LIV vs BOU Dream11 Team prediction:
Goalkeeper: Ramsdale Defenders: Gomez, Van Dijk, Trent (VC) Midfielders: Oxlade, Mane, Billing, L Cook, J Lerma Forwards: M Salah (C), R Firmino
LIV vs BOU Dream11 prediction for Today’s match:
Liverpool may be stuttering at this moment, but they are a top-top team, and this is Anfield as well, where they haven't lost in more than two years. A win for the Reds is our call.