Ian Doyle: The Europa League anthem isn't as good as the Champions League anthem.
It is, however, significantly better than the Premier League one. And while that isn't reason enough to welcome Liverpool being back in Europe's secondary club competition, Jurgen Klopp is correct to contend his team are in it to win it.
And that's why he should go pretty strong this evening in the group opener against LASK here in the Austrian city of Linz - even if there will still be a lot of changes.
For me, I'd have Caoimhin Kelleher in goal. He deserves to at least start some of the games in this competition. A lack of minutes for both Virgil van Dijk and Ibrahima Konate means they should start at centre-back, with Joe Gomez the only available right-back option and Kostas Tsimikas due an opportunity at left-back.
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In midfield, Wataru Endo needs a chance in defensive midfield, with Harvey Elliott meriting a start on the right of the central three after some fine cameo performances from the bench, while deadline-day signing Ryan Gravenberch can have a full debut on the left.
Up front, Darwin Nunez can start down the middle with Diogo Jota on the left. And we all know Mohamed Salah will want to play, so he's on the right.
My team (4-3-3): Kelleher; Gomez, Konate, Van Dijk, Tsimikas; Endo, Elliott, Gravenberch; Salah, Nunez, Jota.
Theo Squires: Liverpool’s Europa League campaign is set to get underway at LASK Linz and, by the sounds of it, Jurgen Klopp plans to go strong in UEFA’s secondary competition.
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