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Liverpool return to friendly action on Sunday when Ligue 1 outfit Strasbourg come to town.

The Reds officially kick off their season on Saturday against Manchester City in the Community Shield, but will squeeze one last friendly in before their Premier League campaign begins next weekend.

Here’s everything you need to know ahead of the match.

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(4-3-3): Adrian; Ramsay, Gomez, Matip, Tsimikas; Henderson, Milner, Jones; Eliott, Firmino, Carvalho

Liverpool team news vs Strasbourg

While Alisson, Caoimhin Kelleher, Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain and Diogo Jota remain out, Jurgen Klopp will likely field a weakened side with Saturday’s Community Shield in mind.

The likes of Curtis Jones, Harvey Elliiott and Fabio Carvalho could all get run outs at Anfield.

(3-5-2): Sels; Djiku, Nyamsi, Perrin; Dagba, Sissoko, Thomasson, Bellegarde, Caci; Gameiro, Ajorque

Strasbourg team news vs Liverpool

Julien Stephan is expected to have a full squad to choose from here.

PSG loanee Colin Dagba and Premier League-linked Ludovic Ajorque are among those expected to start.

Strasbourg are a decent side and will certainly make it a tough game at Anfield, particularly with so many of the Reds’ key men set to play a day before.

But Liverpool have one of the strongest squads in the Premier League and even a totally second-string team should be winning at home. Expect Klopp’s side to end pre-season (or just after pre-season) on a high.

Prediction: Liverpool 3-2 Strasbourg

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