Divock Origi has given Jurgen Klopp a nice kind of dilemma

Liverpool striker prominent ahead of Europa League match against Borussia Dortmund

Divock Origi, Liverpool

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The Champions League is a forlorn prospect for Liverpool through the Premier League, but win the Europa League and it's on the cards again.

Carrying an away goal from the quarter-final first leg draw at Borussia Dortmund thanks to Divock Origi, the Reds will hope to finish the job tonight at Anfield against one of the tournament favourites.

One dilemma for manager Jurgen Klopp involves striker Origi who has moved to the forefront of his thinking alongside Daniel Sturridge.

"I think that's probably the big dilemma," James Pearce of the Liverpool Echo told Oisin Langan. 

"Does [Klopp] play Origi, Sturridge or both? He wasn't giving anything away yesterday. Personally, I'd be very surprised if he left out Origi. He was absolutely outstanding in the first leg. He's so full of confidence at the moment. We saw that when he came off the bench to score twice against Stoke at the weekend and the problems he caused Dortmund in that first game with his strength, his pace and his power. I don't think he can be overlooked."