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Liverpool continue their preparations for the new season with a friendly match against Greuther Furth this afternoon.
Jurgen Klopp’s side beat Karlsruher 4-2 in an entertaining match last week and come up against another second-tier German side in Furth, before flying to Singapore to take on Leicester and Bayern Munich.
It has already been an eventful summer off the pitch for Liverpool with Alexis Mac Allister and Dominik Szoboszlai arriving, and now Fabinho and Jordan Henderson are on the verge of securing moves to Saudi Arabia.
Klopp will be keen for his squad to enjoy a successful pre-season after such a disappointing campaign last term, one that resulted in the club missing out on the top four and Champions League qualification.
Liverpool must put that behind them though and continue to build towards the start of the Premier League season in just under three weeks, when they get the chance to make a real statement on the opening weekend when they face Chelsea at Stamford Bridge.
Where to watch Greuther Furth vs Liverpool
TV channel and live stream: In the UK, the game will be broadcast live via Liverpool’s official media channel LFC TV. Kick-off is scheduled for 12pm BST.
Jurgen Klopp's Liverpool will be playing their second pre-season game when they lock horns with Greuther Furth in Germany.
Liverpool played their first pre-season game against Karlsruher where they bashed the German side 4-2 and Klopp's men will be looking to close off their time in Germany with another win against a second-tier side. The behind-closed-doors game will be the Reds' last game before they continue their travel to Asia to face the likes of Bayern Munich.
Summer signings Dennis Srbeny and Kerim Calhanoglu could once again be given the exposure by Furth to play in the crucial clash against Liverpool. Branimir Hrgota could also be given a chance in the playing eleven after finishing as the club's top scorer last season.
Tobias Raschl has left for 2. Bundesliga rivals Kaiserslautern, while centre-forward Afimico Pululu moved to Poland and the duo will not be available for selection in the pre-season.
The Reds could be without the services of Jordan Henderson and Fabinho as the midfield duo inches closer to a move to Saudi Arabia. Henderson, who has been named in the squad, has already left for Saudi to formalize the deal while Fabinho awaits approval.
Thiago Alcantara could be another name who's tipped to sit out alongside Alisson as the duo are nursing injuries.
English right-back Trent Alexander-Arnold has seemed to find a new role under Klopp as he shone in his club's 4-2 win operating from midfield. Euro U-21 champions Curtis Jones and Harvey Elliot are other names who could be available for selection after returning from the celebrations of their triumph.
Klopp will also have the opportunity to test his new set of midfielders including World Cup winner Alexis Mac Allister who is yet to don the Reds' shirt for the first time.
Liverpool's pre-season campaign will continue on Monday as they take on SpVgg Greuther Furth in Germany.
The Reds got off to a positive start against Karlsruher SC on Wednesday, July 19 with Klopp's men running out 4-2 winners. Goals from Darwin Nunez, Cody Gakpo and a late brace from Diogo Jota saw the Reds overcome a nervy start to wrap up the game in style.
The game also saw the debuts of Dominik Szoboszlai and Alexis Mac Allister who both impressed with the latter gaining plaudits from goalscorer Diogio Jota. It was Mac Allister's appearance for the Reds since completing a £35m transfer from Brighton earlier in the summer and he announced himself in eye-catching fashion as played a sublime ball for Jota to bag his second and Liverpool's fourth.
Liverpool continue their pre-season tour of Germany with a friendly against Bundesliga 2 outfit Greuther Fürth.
Jürgen Klopp's side kicked off their summer schedule with a dramatic 4-2 win against Karlsruher on Wednesday as Diogo Jota's brace at the death got the job done.
It is a crucial pre-season for the Reds after last season's disappointing campaign, although questions are swirling over Klopp's midfield options, with Fabinho and Jordan Henderson looking likely to depart for the riches on offer in Saudi Arabia.
Liverpool's big summer signings have come into the engine room, however, and fans will hope to get another glimpse of Alexis Mac Allister and Dominik Szoboszlai in action.
Greuther Fürth should provide the Premier League giants with a competitive match as they are further along in their pre-season preparations, with this being their last warm-up match before next weekend's Bundesliga 2 opener against Paderborn.