Liverpool will look to put the disappointment of defeat behind them on Thursday as they play the first leg of their Round of 32 clash with Zenit St. Petersburg in Russia.
A Premier League defeat to West Brom might give Brendan Rodgers a few thoughts about who should be in his side for the journey to Eastern Europe, with a very important league game against Swansea City to follow just a few days later.
The Europa League has seen Liverpool rotate their squad somewhat this season, with the younger members of the squad as well as some fringe seniors being given a chance to prove their worth in the competition.
Right now, though, the Reds are into the knock-out stages, meaning one poor performance could spell the end of their involvement in continental competition for another season.
Here is the side that Liverpool should consider sending to Russia with the aim of bringing back a respectable result for the second leg at Anfield.