Liverpool will aim to take their winning run in all competitions to eight games when they visit fellow unbeaten Premier League side Tottenham Hotspur on Saturday night.
The Reds have fallen behind in three of their last four games - all of which have ended in 3-1 victories - but sit behind only Manchester City in the English top flight.
They face a Spurs side they haven't lost to since 2017 and who trail them by two points after their 2-2 north London derby draw with Arsenal last weekend.
Here's the side manager Jurgen Klopp could pick to keep the victory streak chugging on.
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Liverpool predicted lineup vs Tottenham (4-3-3)
GK: Alisson - Remains arguably the best goalkeeper in the Premier League but has kept only one clean sheet so far this season.
RB: Joe Gomez - Trent Alexander-Arnold remains an injury doubt having not played since the 3-0 win over Aston Villa earlier this month. Curtis Jones played at right-back against Leicester but Gomez should fill the role in Alexander-Arnold's absence for league duty.
CB: Joel Matip - The centre-back's contract is due to expire next year and he recently reiterated his desire to stay at Anfield, having signed for Liverpool back in 2016.
CB: Virgil van Dijk - Praised by Spurs opposite number and compatriot Micky van de Ven as "one of the best defenders in the Premier League".
LB: Andy Robertson - Kostas Tsimikas gave away a goal trying to win a free kick against Leicester but Robertson would have returned to the starting XI regardless of the Greece international's performance.
CM: Dominik Szoboszlai - Scorer of an absolute rocket on Wednesday, Szoboszlai has settled the quickest out of Liverpool's summer signings.
CM: Alexis Mac Allister - Came in at third in Tottenham defender Cristian Romero's ranking of Argentinian players in the Premier League.
CM: Curtis Jones - Was shuffled out to right-back in midweek with Klopp revealing he sold the midfielder on the idea by naming him as captain for the night.
RW: Mohamed Salah - Has either scored or assisted in his last 12 games across all competitions and was rested against Leicester.
ST: Darwin Nunez - The agent of chaos' battle with Romero could be one for the ages, with Nunez improving with each passing week.
LW: Diogo Jota - Scored the winner in a frantic 4-3 victory over Tottenham in April earlier this year, that strike being his second against Spurs in Liverpool colours.