Andrea Dossena Weighs In On Liverpool's Champions League Chances

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"We will see, maybe we will make one or two changes or whatever - maybe more - but it's all about this game".

Napoli face Liverpool tonight in the Champions League and Zielinski will have a chance to try and get one over the Reds.

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The dilemma for Ancelotti tonight is therefore nearly identical to the one AS Roma coach Eusebio Di Francesco faced before last season's Champions League semi-final: to revert to something a bit more tried and tested, or to take the risk of sampling a work-in-progress system against a settled and confident Liverpool.

"So I made a decision to do something different in the second half and I was then with the groundsman in a little room with a big Maradona shirt on the wall".

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It marks a happy return for Sturridge, who spent the second half of last season on loan at West Brom after a combination of injury trouble and the inspired form of Mohamed Salah, Roberto Firmino and Sadio Mane limited his opportunities at Liverpool. The Blues went ahead through a fine goal from Eden Hazard, but the Reds - who also featured Sadio Mane and Naby Keita - struck back late on through a brilliant goal from Daniel Sturridge.

"When I came back - because I came back a few days later than the other guys - he had done quite well, better than the years before. If we play the way we know how, we can cause Liverpool problems".

"Against Paris Saint-Germain, you saw [Sturridge] playing in a way you didn't see before - defending, switching positions with one of the front three and did that job".

"If Napoli play the way Napoli can, they are good enough to beat anyone", the former Red told Italian outlet Tutto Mercato.

That form has prompted some calls for him to earn a place in Gareth Southgate's next England squad, but, with Liverpool taking on Manchester City at Anfield this weekend, live on Super Sunday, Sturridge is focused on continuing his promising start to the season at his club.

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