Liverpool take on Brentford at Anfield on Sunday following a 3-2 defeat in midweek to Toulouse in the Europa League.
Brentford were high-flying over West Ham United last weekend in a five-goal thriller as Liverpool secured a point at Kenilworth Road through an injury-time equaliser from Luis Diaz.
The Reds were denied an early place in the last 16 of the Europa League with two games to spare after Jarell Quansah’s late equaliser against the Coupe de France champions was ruled out by VAR.
A return to Anfield will have Liverpool confident after securing eight wins in their last eight home games in all competitions this season.
Brentford will look to complete a fourth successive win having dispatched Burnley, Chelsea and West Ham after a disappointing performance in September with six losses across all competitions.
Thomas Frank’s men sit in ninth place after recent victories. Liverpool are without a defeat in their last three matches in the league.
Liverpool’s Alexis Mac Allister is expected to miss out on this encounter due to suspension with Wataru Endo in pole position to replace him.
Mark Flekken is expected to return in goal for the visitors after suffering a leg injury last weekend.
A win for Liverpool will see them go above Arsenal who moved to second after beating Burnley earlier on Saturday.
The match is scheduled for a 2:00 pm kickoff.