Liverpool have started incredibly in a game they need to win and prove a point. Under five minutes into the match against Bournemouth, The Reds are 1-0 up.
Jurgen Klopp’s side have come out of the blocks and have been rewarded for doing so. An early indictation if the game has shown in the first few minutes as Liverpool score through Luis Diaz.
The Colombian finished off a terrific cross by Roberto Firmino with a header out of reach of Bournemouth keeper Mark Travers. A great goal and a great start for the Jones side.
The early season injury crisis at Liverpool leaves manager Jurgen Klopp without Caoimhin Kelleher, Calvin Ramsay, Joel Matip, Ibrahima Konate
Darwin Nunez will also be missing as he serves the second game of his three-match suspension after his red card against Crystal Palace.
Fabio Carvalho impressed as a substitute again during the defeat to the Red Devils and could come into contention for a starting place.
Bournemouth could have former Liverpool player Dominic Solanke available as he returned to training after a hamstring injury this week.
Jamal Lowe will also be back following illness but Ryan Fredericks, Joe Rothwell, Junior Stanislas, and David Brooks are all still unavailable.
Arsenal, and Liverpool, the Cherries have just done so little in delivering a combined 16-0 score line against their top-six foes