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After their opening tour defeat Manchester Utd and David Moyes will be hoping to get their first win under their belt with victory.

Liverpool will play the first match of their pre-season tour of south-east Asia and Australia on Saturday when they lock horns with Indonesia.

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Of course, much of the talk at Anfield is about Luis Suarez and whether he will stay or go during the summer, so Brendan Rodgers will be looking forward to some time away with the squad and focusing on footballing matters.

Suarez is due to join up with the squad halfway through the tour.

Rodgers would have been pleased with the 4-0 win over Preston North End last week as not only did his men manage to win the game, but players got some much-needed game-time under their belts.

This is going to be a tough encounter in the heat though, but there is a strong squad on this tour and the Reds should win this match. They can be backed at 1/16 to take the spoils.

Philippe Coutinho, Jordon Ibe, Raheem Sterling and Iago Aspas all scored in the win over Preston and they are likely to feature in this game.

Liverpool fans will also be happy to see Steven Gerrard involved after he signed his contract extension. Gerrard isn’t likely to play the 90 minutes, but Rodgers is sure to get him some time on the pitch and he is going to get a superb reception.

Fabio Borini knows he faces a big season as he has had plenty of critics during his time on Merseyside and pre-season is the perfect chance for him to find some form and confidence ahead of the first Premier League encounter.

This game is mainly about fitness, but Rodgers will be keeping his eyes on a number of individuals and see how strong they are looking ahead of the new season.

The manager will also want to give as many new signings as possible the chance to get onto the pitch and show just what they can do.

As for Indonesia, they come into this one on back of a 7-0 defeat to Arsenal, so they are going to find it tough to get anything from this match.

However, players are sure to be up for this clash as they are taking on one of the world’s most famous clubs.

If you fancy a bet on the hosts, they can be backed at 14/1 to win this one, which might be decent value as you never quite know what is going to happen in a pre-season friendly.

It isn’t always worth reading too much into pre-season matches, but it is always good to see how players are looking ahead of the new season.

Liverpool need to build some momentum and start the new campaign strongly as they have struggled to start well in recent years.

There are sure to be plenty of fans watching this one and it should be an interesting encounter.

This game all gets underway from 2.30pm on Saturday and we should see a number of first-team players in action for the Premier League side here.

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