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Liverpool to clash with Crystal Palace following premier leagues kick off from the international break.
Jurgen klopp while talking to the media, Liverpoolfc.com mentioned the team news providing injury updates ahead of the weekend game.
He started by stating the tough news confirming Emre Can will be missing the weekend game following the midfielder is still suffering from a back injury that has prevented him for few weeks now.
Before the international break Can picked up a back injury during Liverpool 5-0 Watford game. This forced is withdrawal from the German team and his missing out from the international clashes.
Klopp mentioned the midfielder won’t be able to take part against Palace but hope hpCan is ready by Sunday so to resume training and be completely fit to take on Man City next week in the Champions League clash.
Joe Gomez also will be missing tomorrows match following he was ruled out due to sustained ankle injury in Englands clash with Holland on International duties.
However there’s not much to fear has klopp still has a handful of players to take on Palace. Trent Alexander-Arnold is available as well as Nathaniel Clyne also back from injury and in contention all suitable subs for Gomez.
More good news states that Andrew Robertson is back and fit to play after picking up a dead leg while on International duty with Scotland and Dominic Solanke is expected to be in contention this weekend after he recovered swiftly from a toe injury also sustained on International duties.
Klopp told Liverpoolfc.com:
“Emre is out for the weekend. [He is] getting better and better and better, much better. Hopefully he can have a normal session with us on Sunday morning and then should be fine again.”
“Clyney is back. He played last week for the U23s. One or two games more would be nice but the situation is like it is. We have Clyney.
“I said yesterday to the boys that we lost Joe but finally we got Clyney back. He has been back for a few weeks already but he has come closer and closer. He is a very good option.”
“He [Solanke] is fine and will be fine today, I hope. After training I’ll know more about that. It was a dead leg [for Robertson], no problem.”