Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers is set to give Adam Lallana his Premier League debut this weekend, according to the Daily Mirror.
The Northern Irishman is set to include Lallana in the starting eleven in replacement of the injured Daniel Sturridge.
Sturridge suffered a thigh injury during England training, ruling him out of the Euro 2016 qualifying game against Switzerland. England went on to ease past Switzerland with a 2-0 victory after a brace from new Arsenal signing Danny Welbeck.
Lallana played closed-door friendly
Lallana featured in a closed-door friendly for Liverpool, in which he scored the winner against Championship side Wolves.
The England International has been out of action with a knee injury causing the midfielder to miss the opening games of this Premier League season.
Lallana to bolster Liverpool's attack
The 26-year-old will likely add to an already strong attacking side with the likes of Raheem Sterling, Philippe Coutinho and Mario Balotelli in the weekend game.
Liverpool face Aston Villa this Saturday in the league where they will look to build on an impressive 3-0 victory over Tottenham Hotspur.