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The perfect start may be over after Liverpool were knocked out of the Carabao Cup by Chelsea – however the Reds will be looking for redemption as they travel to Stamford Bridge on Saturday in the Premier League.

Despite the Anfield defeat on Wednesday night Jurgen Klopp’s side are still the only team in the league competition not to have lost or drawn a game and will be looking to continue that immaculate league form.

And if the Reds beat Chelsea on Saturday evening, they will be the only team in the history of the Premier League to have won the first seven games in a row.

Liverpool made eight changes to their starting line-up which beat Southampton before Maurizio Sarri’s side inflicted the first defeat of the season upon them.This in itself gives good reason to assume why Klopp will make a number of changes before he faces the same tie again in London on Saturday.There is a comfortable argument to be made that the entire back line is going to be switched for Saturday’s game.

It’s safe to assume Simon Mignloet will make way for Alisson Becker in between the sticks.

Unquestionably Alberto Moreno, who was poor in the League Cup match, will be dropped for the imperious Andy Robertson.

Liverpool’s world-class centre-back Virgil van Dijk should also come back into the side, providing there are no niggling problems with his ribs that forced him off during the Saints game.

He will likely be paired with Joe Gomez in the heart of defence after the duo made a sensational start to the season together – Dejan Lovren and Joel Matip, who was handed his first start for the Reds against Southampton, will therefore make way.In the midfield Fabinho was handed his full Liverpool debut in the Carabao Cup tie but looked slightly off the pace following his £40million summer move from Monaco.

It is probable, then, that the Brazilian will be named on the bench for the match with either captain Jordan Henderson or Georginio Wijnaldum taking his place in the stating line-up.

Now the other two that joined Fabinho in the midfield against Chelsea were James Milner and Naby Keita.The Guinean international was bright during the match and has had some strong spells during his match appearances so far this season, though it remains to be seen if he has done enough to keep his place when the aforementioned Henderson and Wijnaldum are back for selection.

Milner has been both tireless and excellent in every single game he has played this season and will rightly feel aggrieved if he doesn’t make the starting XI.Further forward and there are two players who could rightly feel aggrieved if Klopp doesn’t select them in the side – like he did for the Carabao Cup – Xherdan Shaqiri and Daniel Sturridge.On both occasions they have started for Liverpool they have been bright and a constant attacking threat – with the striker scoring twice in two appearances.The only issue is the fact Liverpool have three of the world’s best attackers in Mohamed Salah, Roberto Firmino and Sadio Mane – a welcome selection headache for Klopp if there ever was one.

There could be a similar line-up like we saw at Southampton with Shaqiri making the same team as the other front three – although it is easily arguable that the regular and unbeaten 4-3-3 league formation will be the German manager’s preferred choice.

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Cristiano Ronaldo of Real Madrid
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Real Madrid were staring down the barrel once more when they went behind to Deportivo before finally starting to show off their firepower as Gareth Bale and Cristiano Ronaldo both struck twice in a savage seven-goal response.

Adrian López’s opener from Arsenal loanee Lucas Perez’s cross gave a desperate Depor a shock lead even considering Madrid’s current plight.

Yet for once, the Spanish and European champions reacted like you would expect.

Nacho buried Marcelo’s cut-back to level before Bale took centre stage with two very different trademark goals.

First he used his trusty left foot to wrap around the ball and curl it into the top corner just before the break.

And he made sure of the points with a towering header in off the underside of the bar on the hour mark.

Luka Modric’s sumptuous finish made it four before a perfect day for Madrid was rounded off when Cristiano Ronaldo ended a four-game goal drought by converting Casemiro’s cross.

Ronaldo then even put his looks on the line as he was bloodied in stopping to head home his second before Nacho also grabbed his second of the afternoon.

A still 16-point gap to Barcelona means it’s too little, too late in La Liga but this was just the tonic Madrid needed with Paris Saint-Germain’s visit in the Champions League less than a month away.
1. Madrid stop the bleeding

A first league win in four games moved Madrid back into the top four, which is now their realistic target for the remainder of the league season.

Credit is due too to both the players and fans reaction when Depor took a shock lead midway through the first-half.

Staring at a third consecutive home defeat for the first time in 14 years, Real rebelled rather than resign to their fate.

The hosts laid siege to the Depor goal and finally got their rewards.
2. Bale at his best

For once Bale hushed Ronaldo’s complaints with a sensational strike to swing the game Madrid’s way just before the break.

As Ronaldo pleased in vain for the softest of spot-kicks, the Welshman curled home into the top corner on his left foot in classic style.

Bale’s double also made him Madrid’s top scorer in La Liga this season with six from just seven starts.

The former Spurs man has been relentlessly questioned due to his miserable injury record.

But if his fitness allows, right now he is by a distance Real’s most in-form forward.
3. BBC back together

When Karim Benzema replaced Borja Mayoral 25 minutes from time it was the first time all season he, Ronaldo and Bale had been on the pitch together all season.

Injuries have been one of many contributing factors to Madrid’s incredible slump from the standards set last season.

But with Benzema and Bale now back, there is still a chance of Champions League redemption.
4. More like Marcelo

One of those first in the firing line as a culprit of Madrid’s crisis has been Marcelo.

The Brazilian, so brilliant last season, has been questioned for his attitude in lax defensive displays as both Celta Vigo and Villarreal took advantage in recent weeks.

However, the truth is even at his best, Marcelo has never been a great defender. What has made him great is that his attacking output normally outdoes any defensive lapses.

This was much more like the Marcelo of old as he provided both crosses for Madrid’s first two goals and was unlucky not to grab a couple of his own with fierce drives that Ruben turned onto the post and flew just wide respectively.

5. Depor rely on trident

There was a time when this was a regular top-of-the-table clash, but Real’s struggles of late pale into comparison next to Deportivo’s slump since the days of ‘super Depor’ in the early 2000s.

The Galicians haven’t finished above 15th in seven seasons, including two spells in the second division.Once again they are lagging in the relegation zone, but the move for their opener showed why there should still be hope despite a run of one win in 10 games.

In Arsenal loanee Lucas Perez, a La Liga winner with Atletico in Adrian and Florin Andone, a longtime target for a host of Premier League clubs, they have far more firepower than the likes of Levante, Las Palmas and Malaga in the battle for survival.

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Arsenal star Theo Walcott
Arsenal star Theo Walcott



AC Milan have rejected the chance to sign out-of-favour Arsenal star Theo Walcott, according to reports in Italy.

The 28-year-old has been restricted to just five Premier League appearances this season and his inconsistent form has led to suggestions that the Gunners are ready to ship him out.

Southampton have been linked with bringing him back to St Mary’s, while Everton are also rumoured to be interested.

There has also been an increase in speculation linking Walcott with a move to Serie A, with AC Milan believed to be in contention.

However, according to Calciomercato, the San Siro giants have pulled out of the race to sign the winger and are considering defensive options rather than adding to their attack.

Milan were also reportedly put off by Walcott’s £124,000 per-week salary, which they believe to be too excessive for a player who has barely featured this season.

Walcott has 18 months left on his current deal at Emirates Stadium and, with Milan distancing themselves from signing him, a move to another Premier League club could well be on the cards.