Liverpool’s Injury Crisis | The Redmen TV Podcast

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Paul, Chris & Ross are here with this week’s Podcast, where we ask how Liverpool will cope with their current injury crisis. A good proportion of our first choice XI are out or doubtful for Sunday’s clash with Leicester, how should Klopp approach this game?

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TOPICS:

  • The Injury Crisis it stands…
    • LONG TERM:
      • Van Dijk- Knee (season)
      • Gomez- Knee (likely season)
      • Oxlade-Chamberlain- Knee (2021)
    • MEDIUM TERM:
      • Trent – Calf (4 weeks)
    • SHORT TERM:
      • Salah- Covid (2 weeks)
      • Thiago- Knee (should be fit soon)
      • Fabinho- Hamstring (should be fit soon)
    • UNKNOWN:
      • Hendo- released from England duty for assessment
      • Robbo- Hamstring
  • Salah Covid
    • A bit thick of Mo Salah, although there’s talk that he might get a negative retest.
    • https://www.thisisanfield.com/2020/11/mohamed-salah-could-still-be-fit-for-leicester-as-egypt-expect-negative-test/
  • Robertson Injury
    • Steve Clarke – “Andy was probably a little bit worse than the rest, which is why I left him out. It would have been too big a risk.
    • “But he’s coming to Israel so we’ll assess him over there and hopefully get him on the pitch. That would be good as we’d like our captain on the pitch.”
  • Our Back 4 is going to be a bit random this weekend.
  • David Ornstein of The Athletic thinks Liverpool won’t go for a centre back in Jan.
  • It’s Milner Time!
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