Liverpool's Lallana set to return for trip to Bournemouth

Liverpool's Lallana set to return for trip to Bournemouth

Liverpool midfielder Adam Lallana is expected to return to the side for the trip to Bournemouth after recovering from a groin problem which has kept him out for three weeks.

Manager Jurgen Klopp will restore his first-choice line-up, having made eight changes for the midweek EFL Cup win over Leeds.

Roberto Firmino has returned to training after a calf problem against Sunderland last week but Daniel Sturridge will not be involved because of a similar injury which has sidelined him for the last two games.

Provisional squad: Karius, Clyne, Lovren, Matip, Milner, Henderson, Wijnaldum, Lallana, Mane, Origi, Firmino, Mignolet, Klavan, Moreno, Alexander-Arnold, Can, Grujic, Lucas, Ejaria, Woodburn.

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