Gini Wijnaldum’s midfield change and Adam Lallana can be the answer to Liverpool’s injury crisis

Neil Fitzmaurice is back with his Poetry in Motion podcast and for the latest episode he is reunited with Joe Rimmer and joined by Kristian Walsh, who keeps his place after an impressive showing last time out.

In contrast, Jurgen Klopp may have to ring the changes for Saturday’s trip to Huddersfield after a number of his players picked up injuries while playing for their countries.

But the lads are confident Klopp now has the squad to cope and they ask, if he doesn’t, what does that say about his side’s title chances, particularly given the run of games they have coming up?

A lot was made of Liverpool’s schedule before the international break but Fitzy and Co argue that, in many ways, this next set of fixtures could be the real litmus test.

Ronald Koeman’s interesting comments about Virgil van Dijk are discussed before talk turns to another player who got injured during the international break, Naby Keita , and the reasons why the summer signing has so far been unable to live up to expectations.

Gini Wijnaldum , however, is defying expectations, and after the panel lavish praise on the Dutchman, they explain why he has become such a key man, and question whether the fit-again Adam Lallana can do the same now that it appears opportunity knocks.

Another brilliant podcast rounds off with (tentative) details of our next Blood Red Live and, more importantly, the Talk Tonight event that is taking place at the O2 Academy on Friday, November 2.