Liverpool go into their game with Everton this afternoon needing a win to go back to the Premier League summit and Jurgen Klopp has decided to keep faith with a forgotten striker.
Divock Origi will start his second game in a row after an excellent display against Watford in midweek and the Belgian striker will be wanting to make the most of a surprise reprieve in his Liverpool career.
The pacey forward has struggled for any game time at all for large parts of the season but an injury to Roberto Firmino has given him a chance up front and he will be looking to stick it to Everton for the second time this term.
The forward scored a famous winner in the Derby at Anfield before Christmas as he nodded the ball home in the dying seconds after a Pickford mistake to give the Reds one of the most unlikely wins of the entire campaign.
The 23-yea-old would enter Liverpool folklore with another goal against their city rivals this afternoon and the fans on social media are keeping their fingers crossed he can do the job once again...
Our starting 11 against Everton, Hendo replaces Milner and Origi starts again. Can he create another miracle? #EVELIV - (@V4NDIJK4)
I’d have started Bobby if he was 100% fit, but I’m not against Origi starting tbh as he played well last game and probably deserves another run out. - (@worksopdanic)
Divock origi masterclass incoming - (@AdamLoonat)
In other team news, Liverpool will have Jordan Henderson in midfield after Klopp decided to take James Milner out of the line-up with Naby Keita also on the bench for what feels like a monster game in the title race.