Liverpool hopes that by the time they go to play Manchester City next Saturday, their concerns about injuries will have substantially subsided.
Eight players were left off of Jurgen Klopp’s roster for the 3-0 victory over Brentford at Anfield before to the most recent international break.
However, there is hope that when the team gets back together before facing the Premier League winners, things will look much better.
Naturally, Alexis Mac Allister will be back in action following his one-match suspension for receiving five yellow cards.
Positive updates regarding the health of four celebrities who were sidelined recently due to injuries are also available.
Surprisingly missing from the team to play Brentford were Joe Gomez and Ibrahima Konate, the former of whom had to withdraw from his France international duties.
However, This Is Anfield is aware that both players’ absences were due to minor ailments that should have healed in time for the trip to the Etihad Stadium.
A similar prognosis was also revealed by sources for Ryan Gravenberch, whose run of four straight Premier League starts was cut short by a knee niggle.
But starting next weekend, the young Scouser Curtis Jones—who is expected to come back from hamstring trouble—will present new midfield competition for the Dutchman.
Thiago and Andy Robertson are remain sidelined for Liverpool, and it seems unlikely that they will return to action until the new year.
After a recent setback, Stefan Bajcetic may be recovering on a similar schedule if the Reds go cautiously with his recuperation.
Conor Bradley, a right-back, is getting better. In recent weeks, he has intensified his rehabilitation at the AXA Training Centre in anticipation of making a comeback.