Luis Suarez set for wing role after Sturridge form

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Brendan Rodgers will play Luis Suarez on the wing once he returns from suspension, according to the Express.

Daniel Sturridge, who has started the season in fine form with three goals in three Premier League games, will keep his role as the main striker at Anfield - despite the return of the Uruguayan.

Suarez has to sit out just two more games before he returns from his 10-game suspension.

And, the controversial striker is set to make his first appearance back in a Reds shirt at Old Trafford against rivals Manchester United.

However, he will not be given his preferred strikers role because of the form of Sturrdige.

Rodgers has been extremely impressed with the relationship between Sturridge and Brazilian ace Philipe Coutinho so far this season and doesn't want to disrupt the pair.

With Victor Moses also signed on loan, Suarez could take the left-flank position, leaving Moses on the right.

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