Predicted line up, Klopp's solution to injury problems

Predicted line up, Klopp's solution to injury problems

Predicted line up, Klopp's solution to injury problems

The Brazilian played in the role against Wolves in the FA Cup third round defeat on Monday.

Jurgen Klopp was full of praise for Chris Hughton and Brighton as he previewed Liverpool's next Premier League clash at the Amex on Saturday.

Joe Gomez is still sidelined with a lower leg fracture, but Matip participated in a team training session at Melwood on Thursday for the first time since fracturing his collarbone against Paris Saint-Germain last month. "We have to take it day-by-day and see how he is doing but that is good".

"And he said as much afterwards, by saying that the players he brought in, even the experienced players that were brought into the side, were struggling for rhythm and that just made it harder for the younger players who were brought in, which we should have been able to tell beforehand really". Adam [Lallana] is out.

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Asked if Lovren's injury was serious, Klopp replied: 'I don't know.

'I'm not sure, but we'll have to see'.

"You have helpful players around, one player usually can't decide a game - up front it happens from time to time - but in defence you need the boys around you. But we try not to make it more complicated than it is", Klopp added.

Liverpool face a hugely important game this afternoon when they return to league action.

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Klopp said he welcomed the extra training time the break would allow, but admitted his preference would have been for Liverpool to still be in the FA Cup and the Carabao Cup.

MacInnes said: "A slight difference, if you're talking about rotation of squads, looking at [Manchester] City and Spurs".

"I would love to still be in these competitions, but we are not".

He told The Argus: "Sometimes you gauge how good the top are by how numerous bottom ten are going to get results against the top six teams".

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