Coutinho questions remain as Klopp turns to Karius for Liverpool v Sevilla

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Jurgen Klopp's men were thrashed 5-0 by Manchester City on Saturday, after Sadio Mane's straight red card in the first half reduced them to 10 men, and Salah is determined to bounce back in their next clash.

Klopp, though, has no concerns about putting a relative novice in goal for one of the club's biggest nights in recent years.

Klopp faces a potentially tricky group, with Sevilla, Spartak Moscow and Maribor all set to face the Reds - but it's Sevilla up first, as the Spaniards head to Anfield for their opening match of the competition this season.

Kompany, who has been beset by fitness problems over the past few seasons, was injured while on duty with Belgium during the recent worldwide break, but Guardiola said the centre back was not facing an extended spell on the sidelines.

Coutinho missed the first five matches of Liverpool's season, but was able to make two substitute appearances for Brazil over the worldwide break.

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City were accused of "financial doping" by La Liga chief Javier Tebas after spending around £215 million ($284 million) on new players during the close-season transfer window.

Coutinho has not yet played for Liverpool this season, with the club citing a back injury, but he joined up with his national side for World Cup qualifiers and made two substitute appearances against Ecuador and Colombia, scoring against the former. If we don't give them a game, then every year we have to find a No 2, who is 33 years old, still can catch a few balls and doesn't want to play anymore. Mo we sent him home tonight.

Catalan news outlets Sport and Mundo Deportivo showed no mercy in their slamming of the four-time Champions League winners. We could have said afterwards it was not a goalkeeper game but we didn't know that before. I think he did. While suggestions of revenge might be a touch short sighted, Klopp isn't underestimating Sevilla in the least knowing full well that they'll be on Merseyside to looking to get their own Champions League campaign off to a good start.

"I have no doubt about Alexis's mind and mentality", said Wenger on Thursday.

"But nothing I am aware of was unforgivable". We cannot change the result, we can only learn from it.