By Joe Ellis

28th Oct, 2022 | 8:10pm

Leeds United must make Luis Sinisetrra change to exploit Liverpool weakness

Jesse Marsch is massively up against it in charge of Leeds United but he can give himself a helping hand when they take on Liverpool.

The Whites will be heading to Anfield on Saturday evening (29 October) attempting to cause something of an upset and haul themselves out of the relegation zone against Jurgen Klopp’s stuttering Reds.

On paper, Liverpool will look like easy winners against a Leeds side so devoid of confidence but there is one gaping hole in Klopp’s side that Marsch can exploit to great effect.

Luis Sinisterra has been mostly utilised as a right winger since his summer move to Elland Road from Feyenoord and he has looked very good in the process but now is the time for a change of angle.

Trent Alexander-Arnold has been heavily criticised this season for a lack of defensive capability which even saw Klopp drop him for a period before bringing him back into the side.

“My goodness. Wow. People will keep banging that drum that he’s better than Reece James and Kyle Walker,” Darren Bent said about the England international on talkSPORT. “Absolutely not. Out of those three he’s the worst and unfortunately last night it’s almost like they picked on him.”

If Liverpool opt for the 23-year-old to play at right-back once again when Leeds visit Merseyside, then Sinisterra has to be moved to the left wing where he can use his fantastic speed and tricky feet to bamboozle the Englishman.

Sooner or later, he will beat Alexander-Arnold and get into a position where he either wins a foul or sets up a chance and that might be the best route to goal for Leeds.

In other Leeds United news, Chris Sutton has predicted a goal fest at Anfield with the Whites on the receiving end of a pummeling.