This should excite Liverpool fans…
With Daniel Sturridge set to return from injury by the end of this month and expressing on his Instagram account his excitement at the prospect of lining-up alongside Mario Balotelli, we take a look at how manager Brendan Rodgers’ side could line-up with the two strikers up-front.
(Video) Liverpool’s Jordan Henderson Hilariously Stares Down Chelsea Striker Diego Costa
West Brom Will Only Sell Liverpool Target Berahino For A Huge Offer
Liverpool In Talks To Sign £51m Roma Duo, Including Manchester United Target
Liverpool are likely to stick with the 3-4-3 formation, which has earned the Reds the most success this season, however if boss Rodgers wants a Sturridge and Balotelli forward partnership – here’s how they could do it:
A Sturridge-Balotelli partnership would see the Reds change to a 4-3-1-2 formation with Sterling playing the no. 10 role – and following a brief rest from play and a superb individual goal against Chelsea in the Capital One Cup, Sterling should be fired up to support the forwards.