Community Sheild Finale - Liverpool vs RB Salzburg Match Preview, Line Up, Match Info

Red Bull Salzburg vs. Liverpool - prediction, team news, lineups

Liverpool Wrapped Up Their Austrian Training Camp With A Friendly Against National Champions Red Bull Salzburg On Wednesday Night.

Jurgen Klopp's Side Hit Rb Leipzig Five Times Last Time Out, While The Hosts Have Already Kicked Off Their New Domestic Season With A 3-0 Success Over Austria Wien.

Salzburg Managed To Keep Hold Of A Number Of Their Upcoming Prospects This Summer

But Matthias Jaissle Found It Impossible To Keep The Group Together After The Continent Took Notice Of Their Performances In 2021-22.

Brenden Aaronson And Rasmus Kristensen Have Been Reunited With Ex-salzburg Boss Jesse Marsch At Leeds United, While Karim Adeyemi Will Try To Fill Erling Braut Haaland's Void At Borussia Dortmund, But Two Young Prospects In Lucas Gourna-douath And Strahinja Pavlovic Have Arrived From Leeds. Pavlovich. . 

After Completing A Fourth Successive League And Cup Double Last Season, Salzburg Began Their Austrian Cup Defense With A 3-0 Win Over Fugen On July 15 Before Austria Wien Visit The Red Bull Arena In The First Round Of The 2022-23 Campaign. Austrian Bundesliga Season On Friday.

Jaissle Eventually Cruised To Another Convincing Three-goal Win Thanks To Strikes From Benjamin Sesko, Noah Okafor And New Signing Fernando, All Of Whom Also Registered An Assist On The Day, But Salzburg's Friendly Record Is Far From Complete.

The Austrian Champions May Have Lost Their Last Three Exhibition Matches

Against Antwerp, Feyenoord And Ajax, But The Experience Of Facing The Best Europe Has To Offer Will Only Benefit Salzburg's New Crop Of Stars.

Darwin Nunez's Critics Had Lunch As The £65million Man Struggled To Find A Target In Singapore And Bangkok, But The Striker Soon Responded In The Only Way He Knew How. By Scoring Four Goals In One Game.

Jurgen Klopp's Side Only Led 1-0 At Half-time Against Rb Leipzig Thanks To A Mohamed Salah Strike, But Substitute Nunez's Exceptional 45 Minutes Found The Net Four Times To Complete A 5-0 Win For The Reds. .

Mythology Was The Theme As Klopp Claimed "pandora's Box Has Been Opened" After Nunez Kicked Off His Liverpool Career In Emphatic Fashion To Help The Reds Win The Second Of Three Pre-season Games, With The First Trophy Of The Season Soon To Come. For Grabs.

After Wednesday's Friendly, Liverpool Face Manchester City In The Community Shield On Saturday And Welcome Strasbourg To Anfield A Day Later For Their Final Pre-season Game, And The Anfield Faithful Would Pay Good Money To See Nunez Repeat His Performances In Germany Against. Premier League Champions.

Salzburg And Liverpool Are Familiar Foes After The 2019-20 Champions League Group Stage In Which The Reds Won A Thrilling 4-3 At Home, Before A More Emphatic 2-0 Success On Austrian Turf. Salzburg Did Not Enter The New Season With A Clean Record, Center Back Kamil Piatkowski And 18-year-old Midfielder Justin Omoregie Ended With Thigh Injuries.

Midfielder Samson Tijani And Ousmane Diakite Are Also Dealing With More Serious Injuries, With The Former Recovering From A Broken Leg While Diakite Is Nursing A Torn Cruciate Ligament. At 36, Captain Andreas Ulmer Is Expected To Operate As A Veteran Left-back And Sesko Will Line Up Up Front, With Reports Manchester United Are Keeping A Close Eye On His Development.

As For Liverpool, Joe Gomez Shook Off An Injury Scare To Make The Bench During The Thrashing In Leipzig, But Diogo Jota, Alisson Becker And Alex Oxlade-chamberlain Are Still On The Sidelines. Klopp Hopes Alisson Will Be Available For The Community Shield, But Adrian Will Continue To Act As The Last Line Of Defense With Caoimhin Kelleher Absent.

It Would Not Be A Surprise To See Nunez Come Into The Side At The Point Of Attack And Could Also Start Naby Keita Against His Former Club.

Red Bull Salzburg possible starting lineup:

Kohn; Van der Brempt, Solet, Wober, Ulmer; Sucic, Siewald, Capaldo; Fernando; Sekso, Adamu

Liverpool possible starting lineup:

Adrian; Alexander-Arnold, Matip, Van Dijk, Robertson; Keita, Fabinho, Thiago; Salah, Nunez, Diaz

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