Jurgen Klopp will hope Liverpool have rediscovered their best form after beating FK Crvena Zvezda 4-0 on Wednesday night in the Champions League.
Liverpool are unbeaten in the league this season and have a good chance to take the outright lead in the Premier League with Manchester City playing away to Tottenham on Monday night.
This is the first meeting between the two teams since March 2014 when Liverpool ran out 6-3 winners, featuring a Luis Suarez hat-trick. Liverpool has not conceded a home league goal this season and that is unlikely to change here. Start forecasting your weekend games Now
Liverpool- Jordan Henderson will miss out once again for Liverpool, while Naby Keita remains a doubt after missing Wednesday’s Champions League action.
Fabinho excelled in their absence on his first big game and looks primed to cement a place in midfield on Saturday.
Xherdan Shaqiri was also hugely impressive in midweek and may be rewarded with another start.
Divock Origi hasn’t featured for Liverpool this season but was on the bench in midweek, providing Jurgen Klopp with another option in attack.
Alex Oxlade Chamberlain is the only long-term absentee for the home side.
Cardiff- Joe Ralls serves the second of a three-match ban for Cardiff this weekend.
Neil Warnock may stick with the same XI that started last weekend’s impressive 4-2 win over Fulham.
Aron Gunnarsson is finally back from injury after making his first appearance of the season against the Cottagers.
Illness ruled out Gary Madine last weekend but he should be available for the trip to Anfield.
Liverpool has kept a clean sheet in their last 9 home matches in the Premier League.
Liverpool are undefeated in their last 25 home Premier League matches.
There have been over 2.5 goals scored in 5 of Cardiff’s last 6 games (Premier League).
There have been under 2.5 goals scored in Liverpool’s last 3 games in Premier League.
Cardiff has conceded at least 2 goals in 5 of their last 6 matches (Premier League).
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