After dispatching title rivals Arsenal in ruthless fashion before the global break, the Reds crashed to a 5-0 defeat at Manchester City before being held to a 2-2 draw by Sevilla at Anfield in the Champions League.
He confirmed the Belgium global is his first-choice for Premier League matches, while Trent Alexander-Arnold could return at right-back.
Clarets were awful on the road last season and collected a total of four points from their away games.
The Reds will host Burnley in their next Premier League fixture at Anfield on Saturday.
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"I still think we could have strengthened, without a doubt", Thompson told Sky Sports earlier this week.
The 22-year-old keeper proceeded by praising Salah and the rest of the Liverpool forwards saying: "We have a lot of speed up front with Sadio and Mo, and even the players that come in now - we have a quality bench".
"Roberto (Firmino) has already played left wing, Phil has played there and Alex (Oxlade-Chamberlain) can play there". "We're disappointed not to take three points", conceded the skipper, knowing full well that a hard job just got that much tougher.
The game could also mark the return to league action for Philippe Coutinho after he made his first appearance of the season as a sub in midweek.
Both opposition goals came from defensive mistakes. "It's really interesting to play them because they are always on a really high level, since I've known them". We could have scored more often but if we continue playing like this, we will get points.
"However, in the second half when a similar thing took place, the ball came to me and we were losing and chasing the game, I still chose to throw the ball away to try and make up what I had done in the first half".