Liverpool will be hoping that they can have all their players fit after the international break after Conor Bradley became the latest player to suffer an injury.
Bradley was set to join Northern Ireland this week but the same has not happened due to an injury as confirmed by Liverpool World.
“Conor Bradley is the latest Liverpool player who’s suffered an injury during the international break. The youngster is yet to link up with Northern Ireland for their friendly against Luxembourg.
“Bradley has remained at Anfield having sustained a knee issue. He’s being assessed and been ruled out of action for his country’s game on Friday,” the report noted.
The Reds will want all their players to be fit ahead of the season finale where they are still in contention for the Premier League and the Champions League.
Other players who have injury concerns include Naby Keita and Trent Alexander Arnold. Liverpool are currently set to play eight times next month, including the Champions League quarter-final against Benfica and an FA Cup semi-final against Man City.