Confirmed Liverpool lineup vs. Everton: Clyne & Ings start in experimental lineup

Sam Allardyce arrives for his Press Conference ahead of the Manchester City game

Jurgen Klopp has chosen to rest his attacking line, with Dominic Solanke and Danny Ings handed rare starts as Liverpool take on Everton.

"Being in global competition should not cause you problems", said the 50-year-old German.

The Liverpool substitute was quickly into the action, firing a 25-yard effort over the bar, but there remained little sign of a break in the deadlock as the game reached its final quarter of an hour.

With 57 minutes gone, Allardyce made that change, replacing Wayne Rooney with Idrissa Gueye - a decision reacted to angrily by Rooney as he made his way to the bench.

Speaking before the Merseyside derby, the 50-year-old told Sky Sports: "I'm really happy for them, of course, especially Clyney - it's unbelievable how long he was out".

Salah, having scored the opening goal against City at Anfield on Wednesday, limped off early in the second half with a groin strain, and surely will not feature if his fitness is in any doubt.

But if they're to challenge on all fronts in the seasons to come, they'll need more strength in depth, the likes of which City are likely to show in their own derby distraction against Manchester United.

We spoke of course about it but is it then settled?

And despite their healthy league position, that means there is little scope for taking their foot off the pedal when they go to Goodison Park. Their last game was Man City, but that's a different game obviously. "It was a good performance, it was not brilliant, but maybe the most mature performance since I'm here".

On Nathaniel Clyne's first start of the season...

Ragnar Klavan also returns to the starting lineup. It feels good. The centre-halves were strong until we stopped playing football, then it was hard. If they struggled - I don't know if they see it like that - it was away, but now they have won at Stoke.

"We were not here to play a wild derby, that would not make sense".

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