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Liverpool injury crisis update: triple boost incoming

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Liverpool are one of the several clubs in the Premier League suffering from an injury crisis this season. The Merseyside club has a long list of injuries occurred this Premier League season, with several key players included. There are still some major absentees in the Reds’ squad, even after many players recently returned to the pitch. However, according to reports, Liverpool might get a triple injury boost soon. Reports suggest that Trent Alexander-Arnold, Diogo Jota and Curtis Jones may return after the international break. This will come as a big boost for Jurgen Klopp and his side.

Triple injury boost incoming for Liverpool

Liverpool’s vice captain, Trent Alexander-Arnold is out since the past month. Arnold is sidelined due to a knee injury, same injury he suffered in January. Jurgen Klopp would certainly want the right back in his team as soon as possible. Although Conor Bradley has performed well in the vice captain’s absence, Reds would still want their star man as soon as possible.

Diogo Jota is absent for four weeks now because of a knee injury as well. The winger was in a decent goal scoring form before sustaining the injury. He was sidelined in the 4-1 win over Brentford in mid February.

Meanwhile, Curtis Jones is the only player reported to be possibly back against Brighton on 31st March. The youngster hurt his ankle in the fixture against Brentford as well. He was seen limping due to the ankle complication in the Brentford game.

Liverpool’s season moving ahead

The Reds were just beat by Man United by a 4-3 scoreline in a thriller. Their next fixture is Brighton at the end of the month. And on 7th April, the Reds and the Red Devils face off once again, this time in the Premier League. Liverpool would hope that the players absent, return before the United fixture. When asked about the availability of the players, Klopp said,

 “Curtis. I think the other two, Diogo and Trent for the week after – a chance.”

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