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Bad for Tottenham: Liverpool’s injury woes ease up

Liverpool vs Tottenham

When the international break comes to an end, Liverpool restart their Premier League title hopes with a match against Tottenham.

The match is scheduled for Sunday March 31.

Liverpool could be knocked off of first place by the time the Anfield match comes around, while Spurs are in a fight for a top four finish.

Tottenham, after collecting one point in four games, are just four points clear of Chelsea in sixth.

Liverpool’s injury updates

On Saturday, the Evening Standard has forecasted what Liverpool’s squad could look like by the time the Tottenham match comes around.

Liverpool have been suffering from significant injury problems of late, especially at the back.

However Jurgen Klopp’s squad is returning to full fitness.

Joe Gomez could return to action imminently after three months out. Trent Alexander-Arnold missed England international duty, however the right back should also be fit for Spurs.

Moving into midfielder, Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain is finally back with the first team after a knee injury last summer.

While on Xherdan Shaqiri and Naby Keita, who both pulled out of international duty with injury, the news is good too:

They are not expected to be facing lengthy lay-offs, and could even return for the visit of Tottenham to Anfield on March 31 should they recover as quickly as hoped.


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Tottenham & Eric Dier

Tottenham midfielder Eric Dier picked up an injury in England’s 5-0 win over Czech Republic.

Dier has been sent back to Spurs for treatment.

Harry Winks is Tottenham’s other injury concern with a hip problem.

Also see: Liverpool are still interested in Chelsea’s Callum Hudson-Odoi

Liverpool’s Alexander-Arnold withdraws from England squad due to injury

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