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4-2-3-1: Jurgen Klopp must start this Liverpool XI to comfortably beat Watford on Saturday

Jurgen Klopp has a tough decision to make over his starting XI for the opening day game against Watford, with the Reds aiming to get off to the perfect start.

Liverpool fans down in the Transfer Tavern have been delighted with their pre-season form.

Klopp’s side have stepped up their fluidity in attack after adding the likes of Mohamed Salah and Dominic Solanke.

And after the 3-0 trouncing of Bayern Munich, it appears the German is also making progress in defence.

Unfortunately, the game demonstrated the best and worst of Daniel Sturridge.

The 27 year-old limped off seconds after executing a beautiful chip to seal the win.

The England man’s injury woes seemingly have no end, but Sturridge could still figure for the Reds this weekend.

Competition for places is really hotting up at the top end of the pitch, while Klopp also has a right-back dilemma and a goalkeeping decision to make.

We’ve been debating and think this XI would comfortably beat Watford on Saturday…

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