Liverpool will look to bounce back from their 4-0 capitulation to Manchester United in Thailand when they take on their second Premier League opponent of this pre-season in Crystal Palace on Friday (1.35pm BST).
Jurgen Klopp’s men were stunned at the Rajamangala Stadium in Bangkok on Tuesday as Erik ten Hag’s men ran amok to mark a debut win for the Dutchman.
It may only have been a friendly, but the result to an arch-rival would have stung nonetheless. Klopp will now be looking for a response from his players when Crystal Palace converge on Singapore for another all-Premier League affair.
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Liverpool team news
Klopp handed a debut start to former Fulham playmaker Fabio Carvalho against United, but he made fans wait to witness Darwin Nunez take to the turf as the Uruguayan started out on the bench.
Liverpool’s new £64million signing did eventually make the pitch, coming on in the 60th minute, though his short cameo would not come without drama.
Having squandered a golden opportunity late on, some fans on social media branded him the ‘Uruguayan Andy Carroll’, prompting Klopp to defend his new forward in the aftermath after revealing he played against Man Utd with “massive blisters” on his feet.
Nunez is likely to be given a second run out against Palace, as will Harvey Elliott, who has slowly been making his way back to his best following that freak injury against Leeds United last season which sidelined him for several months.
The 19-year-old started against Man Utd and Klopp has described his continued return to full fitness as like having a “new signing”.
In his pre-match press conference ahead of the Palace match, Klopp said: “For me, Harvey Elliott is a new signing as well, after last season how he started.
“He is very young, came back brilliant, then had a little low, that is completely normal after being that long out. So, really excited about seeing him.”
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Crystal Palace team news
Palace fans will be desperate to see new signing Cheick Doucoure in action on Friday, but they will have to wait as the midfielder hasn’t been made available by boss Patrick Vieira.
First-teamers Michael Olise, Wilfried Zaha, Christian Benteke, Marc Guehi, Eberechi Eze, Will Hughes, Jeffrey Schlupp and James McArthur will all also miss out, remaining in London for a domestic training programme led by assistant manager Osian Roberts.
Scoreline prediction: Liverpool 3-2 Crystal Palace
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