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Liverpool seem to be doing everything right this season and so far, we have seen how strong the squad looks right from defence to the midfield and attack. We have to admit this current Liverpool squad and their form are one of the best in Europe right now.

Although, anything can happen in football but as it is, Liverpool seems to be on the right track, aiming right for the league title and not leaving anything to chance this season. Last season saw the club almost win the title, finishing the race behind arch-rival, Manchester City with just one point.

This season, however, the Reds have been going really strong, establishing an eight-point lead ahead of Leicester City and Chelsea, and a nine-point lead ahead of Manchester City. This has led to leading online bookmakers price Liverpool as favourites for the Premier League title. You can take advantage of the offers and sign up bonuses available and get a better price on Liverpool becoming champions.

If nothing at all, we can be sure that this current Liverpool squad is well stacked up and that is why we’ve been seeing the exceptional performance from them. Theirs is a club with an attacking mindset right from the defence up to the attacking players. The club is built around the mentality that anyone at all in the team can score, and that reflects in how the club uses the full-backs to build-up play.

We all have to agree that there is a difference in Liverpool’s attacking system this season and that has helped the club to a fantastic start of the season, strengthening the club’s unbeaten run in 12 matches where they’ve won 11 and have just one draw.

The feel everyone can create a goal

One good example of how deeply rooted this mentality is in the current Liverpool squad can be seen in how the players played against Manchester City over the weekend. The match ended in a 3-1 victory for Liverpool and helped the club maintain a comfortable lead at the top of the table.

In that match, it was pleasing to see Alisson Becker link up with Trent Alexander-Arnold with a 35-yard pass that started a counter-attack. Although it ended in a smart save by Claudio Bravo, both Liverpool players had demonstrated the technical ability to be a part of an attacking blueprint.

It was also interesting to watch as everyone who started the game was involved in at least a break forward.

What Liverpool’s attacking blueprint is built around

As stated earlier, the attacking system is such that allows any player on the pitch to create goals. As per stats from Understat, Mohamed Salah and James Milner were the two players who took responsibility than anybody else on the team for creating goal-scoring opportunities last season with an average of just under 0.3 assists per 90 minutes.

The attacking blueprint will not be complete however without the Liverpool’s full-backs who are gradually becoming a huge part of the club’s attacking force, Alexander-Arnold and Andy Robertson. These two have been in really good form and their linkup play is something so beautiful to see. The way they switch up play has had opponents worn out before the end of the game and has helped Liverpool use the full length of the pitch. Their contribution to attack is tremendous.

As against the stats from last season, Alexander-Arnold has rose to the top this season with an average of 0.39 assists per 90 minutes. That incredible increase shows that Alexander-Arnold has become Liverpool’s most creative player this season and the fact that he is doing it from a ‘defensive position’ is what we find more intriguing.


We have seen Liverpool’s attacking force and can all agree there has been a significant change in the system. If the matches won and goals scored so far are anything to go by, then we can all agree that this system is working.