A topsy-turvy start to 2017 has left Liverpool in a somewhat vulnerable position on the table. Their title hopes all but gone and the Reds best case scenario for this season would be making the top 4.
Their form has been mixed of late, but a much-needed 3-1 win against Arsenal has once again put them back in the reckoning for the Champions League spots. However, it is against lower placed opposition that the Reds have struggled the most and they have been dealt some bad news in that regard lately.
Roberto Firmino is likely to miss the game due to a thigh problem, with Divock Origi expected to take his place in the starting line-up. A
nd considering this being a game where Origi’s craft as a target man could be much more useful than Firmino’s graft, Liverpool fans are hopeful of securing 3 points at Anfield.
Check out the best tweets below:
Origi set to start tomorrow, finally!
— Indigo 🉐 (@IndigoLFC) March 11, 2017
Not a bad thing if Origi starts tomorrow.Firmino has been ineffective against the lesser teams.Origi poses a different type of threat.#LFC.
— AnfieldUrchin (@AnfieldUrchin) March 11, 2017
Great to see lots of love for Origi on social media today🔴👏
Big game for the Belgian tomorrow so let's get behind him💪 pic.twitter.com/RwDsYs0q8U
— Empire of the Kop (@empireofthekop) March 11, 2017
Origi is what we actually vs burnley. Theyd have had Firmino for breakfast like every bottom half shit we've dropped points against
— Sean (@DivvyOrigi) March 10, 2017
Firmino missing could actually be an opportunity to play a natural striker (Origi) against a team that will park the bus.
— LFC News (@LFCTransferNRS) March 10, 2017
Somehow feel more confident with Origi starting against Burnley than with Firmino
— Ben (@Fucking_Ben) March 11, 2017
Origi starting in place of Bobby, should've started even without injury. Need the pace and physicality to help break down Burnley
— NiHADlfc (@NiHADlfc) March 10, 2017
Origi starting tomorrow. Big opportunity for him to show his quality.
— . (@LxverpoolFC) March 11, 2017
Origi starting on Sunday definitely gives us something different against the smaller teams. Could help a lot
— Jo (@Irishpoolfc) March 10, 2017