Making his first start since Week 6 last weekend and Brendan Rodgers apparently pleased with what he saw with a shakeup in formation, Lazar Markovic could be poised for a run in the side which puts him on the fantasy radar.
Mamadou Sakho looks set to continue in place of the injured Dejan Lovren as Liverpool travel to Turf Moor on Boxing Day.
Mario Balotelli is available to Brendan Rodgers as Liverpool travel to Burnley on Boxing Day, but the manager admits that the striker "may be ill-suited to the Reds’ high-intensity style."
Raheem Sterling can help Liverpool get back to winning ways as the Reds head to Burnley's Turf Moor on Boxing Day.
Martin Skrtel's injury caused nine minutes of injury time and Liverpool used most of that time before Skrtel equalized in an action-packed match at Anfield.
Mario Balotelli has been suspended for GW17 for posting an abusive Instagram photo.
Adam Lallana continued to disappoint fantasy managers in Liveprool's 3-0 loss to Manchester United.
With the current rash of injuries among the Reds, Brendan Rodgers has been using three centerbacks and playing Alberto Moreno further up the pitch as more of a wingback/midfielder which adds to his fantasy value.
Brendan Rodgers has indicated that he will stay with Brad Jones between the sticks for the foreseeable future, and the keeper is available for the bare minimum 1m in the Yahoo game.
Brendan Rodgers’ misery was compounded on Sunday when his Liverpool side drew a blank at Old Trafford making it just two wins from eight as the Reds slide to tenth in the table.
Liverpool suffered perhaps their most frustrating result of the season, losing 3-0 at Old Trafford to Manchester United as the season for the two sides continues to head in opposite directions.
Liverpool's wretched Champions League campaign came to a disappointing conclusion as they failed to beat Basel at Anfield and saw their hopes of reaching the knockout phase evaporate.
Alberto Moreno finished the day with 14 fantasy points partially due to Liverpool's clean sheet.
Liverpool and Sunderland ended in a scoreless draw Saturday with both teams showing very little to be desired.
Adam Lallana, Steven Gerrard and Jordan Henderson tally strikes in Liverpool's 3-1 win over Leicester City.