Liverpool have a dearth of options at striker.
Andy Carroll is out on loan and Fabio Borini is sidelined with injury until 2013.
That leaves Luis Suarez and Samed Yesil as the only true strikers left as options. Yesil is 18 and is yet to feature regularly; Suarez is arguably better suited for the wide forward roles.
Thus, it might make sense that Liverpool try something slightly innovative to give Chelsea a different look on Sunday. Perhaps lining up as usual and putting the entire burden on the Uruguayan is not the best course.
Why not try the 3-4-3?
The formation, seen notably at Napoli, might catch the Blues off guard. Further, it arguably suits the Reds personnel better to begin with.
Here are the XI who might make it work. The slides also include the reasons why.