On Tactics Weekly this week Dan Rhodes and Paul Dalglish discuss the tactical side to Liverpool's win against Huddersfield at Anfield. Paul reacts to the starting line up with Klopp's choice to stick with Lovren and Mignolet as well as Lovren picking up an injury which brought in Ragnar Klavan.
Dan asks the question about Liverpool's tactical change in the game in terms of how their shape changed when they attacked and did it stifle Huddersfield? Paul was also asked if he thought Liverpool were a little basic on the ball in the first half or did Huddersfield restrict Liverpool well?
There's a discussion on Alberto Moreno's performance and follow on in his positional change and his importance on Saturday, Liverpool's attack in the second half after the goal, the role of Ox and direct passes. They also discuss the mental and physical aspects of the game and take into consideration the freshness as this was the first time Liverpool had a few rest days between games.
Dan and Paul discuss the penalty situation, who should take them, should it be the striker? Dan finally asks Paul which is more important at the moment - Champions league or the Premier League?