Liverpool's Divock Origi scores their first goal. Reuters / Phil Noble Livepic
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After replacing Coutinho, Origi scored Liverpool's opener and the Belgium striker believes there is sufficient quality in the squad to compensate for the unavailability of their Brazilian talisman.Manchester United will hope to shake themselves out of their domestic torpor Wednesday when West Ham United return to Old Trafford just three days after the sides' 1-1 Premier League draw there.United have drawn their last four home league games and have scored just four goals in their last five domestic fixtures on their own patch.Having started on the bench against West Ham Sunday, Wayne Rooney will hope to return to the starting XI as he chases a record-equaling 249th United goal.
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