Liverpool will be aiming to move within one point of the Top Four this weekend as they head to already relegated West Brom.

Jurgen Klopp’s side will be confident of hauling back either Leicester City or Chelsea in the weeks ahead.

But he knows that nothing but a win will do in the West Midlands.

And Klopp has confirmed there is likely to be no major changes from the midweek win over Manchester United with Turkish star Ozan Kabak joining the club’s injury list.

But Sadio Mane and Curtis Jones could return to the side if he shuffles his starting pack.

As for the Baggies, Sam Allardyce is playing for pride in the final few weeks of the season and he’s also to keep changes to a minimum.

Ainsley Maitland-Niles look set to return after being ineligible against Arsenal last time out but Branislav Ivanovic and Robert Snodgrass are out until next season.

And this one kicks off at 4.30pm on Sunday afternoon at The Hawthorns.

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