Liverpool will play in front of a packed Anfield crowd in a competitive game for the first time in almost a year when they welcome Burnley to Merseyside on Saturday afternoon.
The Reds should be boosted by the continued return to fitness of a number of their internationals over the summer, with captain Jordan Henderson in line to make his first appearance of the season.
The defence should remain the same, with Virgil van Dijk and Joel Matip continuing to ramp up their injury recoveries at centre half and Trent Alexander-Arnold on the right.
Andrew Robertson began running at training during the week, but Kostas Tsimikas will remain at left-back for at least until the international break.
Midfield is where most of the excitement could be for the Reds, with Henderson a chance to lead the team out in front of the Kop.
Fabinho came off the bench in the opening day win against Norwich City and could come in from the start in this clash, with Naby Keita the only midfielder keeping his place from that win. Thiago Alcantara is also fit again and should see minutes, though likely from the bench.
Diogo Jota opened the scoring for Liverpool at Carrow Road last week, but it wasn’t until Roberto Firmino’s introduction on the hour mark that Liverpool began to play their best football.
The Brazilian opened his account for the season minutes after coming on and could earn himself a start at Jota’s expense for the Anfield opener.
Mohamed Salah was at his devastating best against Norwich, having a hand in all three goals, and should start on the right-hand side again with Sadio Mane on the left.