Liverpool plumbed new depths with a record-breaking defeat at home to Chelsea on Thursday.

Mason Mount's goal was enough to consign the Reds to a fifth successive Anfield loss with a 1-0 defeat to the Londoners.

The champions now have a quick turnaround as they prepare for the visit of relegation-threatened Fulham on Sunday.

And here we look ahead to the changes Jurgen Klopp could make when his team are next in action.

Defensive concerns

With the Champions League return leg against RB Leipzig just three days later, Klopp will be considering major changes throughout the team.

His options in defence, though, depend largely on who is available.

Neco Williams could be primed to make his first start in two months in place of Trent Alexander-Arnold at right-back although, with Kostas Tsimikas failing to make the bench in midweek, Andy Robertson may have to continue at left-back.

Alisson Becker has returned to first-team consideration and will be favourite to remain between the sticks.

At centre-back, Nat Phillips and Ben Davies are both expected to be available having been absent against Chelsea, but Ozan Kabak is a major doubt having picked up a knock.

Fabinho returned in midweek at the heart of defence, with Rhys Williams on the bench.

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Midfield overhaul?

Rotation is almost certain against Fulham, with a change in formation - 4-2-3-1 or a midfield diamond previously employed in recent weeks - also in the offing.

Gini Wijnaldum and Thiago Alcantara both appeared tired against Chelsea while Curtis Jones struggled to make a consistent impact.

James Milner and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain emerged from the bench while Naby Keita is fit again.

There is also the possibility of Fabinho moving into midfield, should there be sufficient other centre-backs available.

The Salah question

Jurgen Klopp raised eyebrows with his decision to substitute Mohamed Salah on Thursday, citing the player appeared to be lacking intensity.

The Reds boss, then, could opt to rest Salah to the bench, or possibly move him to a more central position should a switch in tactic be in the offing.

Diogo Jota is on standby to come into the front line after proving his fitness with a half-hour cameo, with neither Sadio Mane nor Roberto Firmino anywhere near their best against Chelsea.

Divock Origi and Xherdan Shaqiri are also awaiting their opportunity, with neither having started in more than a month.