Liverpool might just have the best attacking depth in the league. The last two opponents have both felt the full force of that.

First, Jürgen Klopp made all five of his allowed changes against Manchester City, while Pep Guardiola made none. Cody Gakpo, Luis Díaz and Harvey Elliott were all among those summoned from the Liverpool bench as a draw was salvaged away to the champions.

Then, Klopp turned the screw against LASK despite being three goals to the good, throwing on Darwin Núñez among others. It's a luxury for the manager to be able to chop and change so freely.

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One of the switches against Manchester City was enforced, with Diogo Jota sustaining an injury that will keep him out for a little while. But if Klopp thought that would fix his selection conundrum, he was wrong — a brace for Gakpo against LASK made a strong case, but there are still only three slots to fill against Fulham, with Núñez and Díaz also vying for a place alongside Salah.

What should Liverpool do? Two of our writers have had their say, and you can let us know yours on social media.

"Díaz misses out" - James Martin

Whoever drops out of the front three can feel a little hard done-by, with all of Liverpool's forwards in respectable form. That's a great position for Klopp to be in, but it will leave somebody disappointed.

All other things being equal, Núñez will always get the nod for me, with the club so invested in making this deal work. A potential club-record signing, that spend was sanctioned because Liverpool saw huge potential, so that project takes precedence — and it helps that he is scoring and assisting at a strong rate.

Salah is obviously an automatic pick when fit, so that leaves a straight fight between Díaz and Gakpo. We've not seen much of the former PSV man on the left wing since he arrived, but that was his primary position for a long time, and he reverted there against LASK following the introduction of Núñez.

He looked good there, scoring his second of the night while coming in from the left. A goal machine in the Eredivisie in that role, his Europa League brace has earned him a chance, meaning Díaz — who also scored, but had a few loose touches — is the one to miss out.

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"Choice is between Gakpo and Núñez" - James Findlater

For me, it’s not really a question of whether it should be Díaz or Gakpo starting on the left, but rather a choice between Gakpo or Núñez through the center. With Jota out now, it seems clear to me that Díaz should get the nod on the left.

The Colombian came out of the side for obvious reasons last month, and Jota gave Klopp no reason to drop him once Díaz was back available. But even with the Portuguese fully fit, I still see Díaz as the best option on the left.

The 26-year-old has been in superb form for club and country over the past couple of weeks. While his goals have all curiously come via his head, he has looked sharp and caused the LASK defenders all sorts of problems on Thursday.

So, it’s Díaz in, and then it’s a straight shootout between Gakpo and Núñez for the last remaining spot. The former has made this a tricky decision to make with his two goals last night.

Although Núñez was a little frustrating to watch against Manchester City last weekend, I’m sticking with the Uruguayan. Gakpo was just as guilty of missing golden opportunities despite his brace in Europe, and against a side like Fulham, there could be more opportunities for Núñez to get himself back on the scoresheet than there were at the Etihad.

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