Glenn Price Liverpool correspondent 

Liverpool believe this victory at Selhurst Park is huge for their title hopes. Jurgen Klopp's side were not at their best this evening and caught a few breaks, but they won't care as they travel back to Merseyside with three points and their 100-percent record still intact.

Glenn Price Liverpool correspondent 

Liverpool are unchanged from last week's 4-0 win over West Ham United. Georginio Wijnaldum keeps his place in the holding midfield role over captain Jordan Henderson. Loris Karius, who is set to join Besiktas on a two-year loan, is not part of matchday squad as Simon Mignolet will now serve as Alisson's No. 2.

Glenn Price Liverpool correspondent 

The memories of 'Crystanbul' are still sore to many Liverpool fans when they arrive at Selhurst Park. But Liverpool's recent form at Crystal Palace is brilliant, having won here in each of their last four visits. Jurgen Klopp's side need to make that five tonight to keep up with Manchester City.

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Glenn Price Liverpool correspondent 

There are competitive Liverpool debuts for Naby Keita and Alisson, but Fabinho is only fit enough to start on the bench. With Liverpool struggling for injuries at centre-half, Joe Gomez gets his chance alongside Virgil van Dijk. For the first time in a very long time, Liverpool's bench looks strong with Jurgen Klopp able to call upon Xherdan Shaqiri, Adam Lallana and Daniel Sturridge.

Glenn Price Liverpool correspondent 

It's raining at Anfield, but Liverpool supporters will be hoping their title ambitions aren't dampened by West Ham United this afternoon. I've never known such excitement on Merseyside for the start of a season than this one.

Glenn Price Liverpool correspondent 

Liverpool did the majority of their work earlier in the window, meaning they should be pretty quiet on deadline day. The potential outgoing of Danny Ings is what could be the biggest Liverpool storyline today. Jurgen Klopp is understanding of Ings' desire for regular first-team action this season and is prepared to sanction a permanent move.

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