The dramatic events at Old Trafford gave the Reds an unexpected opportunity to rest a bit before the last 5 games of the season.
Liverpool still have chances to finish in the top four, even though they're not in control of the race. Still, they have to keep their side of the bargain and win as many points as possible in their matches.
Here is how we believe the team should line up for these games:
Nat Phillips was announced as a starter for the Man United game before it was postponed which means he's fit and trusted to play in the bigger matches.
Fabinho, as a consequence, should be shifted to midfield (and never moved from there again) which could free up Thiago to do his magic.
Apart from Mo Salah, all the forwards are misfiring right now, so there could be a fair share of rotation - but Diogo Jota and Sadio Mane have been more reliable goalscorers than Bobby Firmino throughout the season.
The only injured player who could make his way back into the team before the season ends is Jordan Henderson: the skipper reportedly has chances to play in the last few weeks of the season but is unlikely to start games.
Do you agree with this team, or would you want to change something? Discuss in the comments!