Injured Andy Robertson may miss Liverpool’s 2019-20 kick-off

Liverpool’s Andy Robertson is injured

As confirmed by the BBC, Liverpool star and Scotland international Andy Robertson is now injured.

In a blow for the Reds left-back, Robertson has suffered a hamstring injury at the start of the summer.

Robertson’s injury meant that the Liverpool star missed Scotland’s 3-0 defeat to Belgium in a Euro 2020 qualifier in Brussels on Tuesday night.

Last week, Robertson scored a stunner for Scotland in a 2-1 win over Cyprus at Hampden Park.

Will Andy Robertson be fit for the start of the 2019-20 season?

Sky Sports have suggested that Robertson may miss the beginning of the 2019-20 season.

The broadcaster have also revealed what Scotland manager Steve Clarke has said about Robertson’s injury:

It’s disappointing to lose someone of Andy’s experience – certainly for a game like this.

He tried everything he could [to be ready for today], he did the training session last night, but he woke up and still felt it so no good. And it is a great chance for Greg Taylor.

Highlights: Belgium 3 – Scotland 0

When does Liverpool’s 2019-20 season start?

Last season ended on a high at Anfield.

After finishing as Premier League runners-up to Man City, the Reds beat Tottenham in the Champions League final in Madrid.

As a result, Liverpool will now compete in both the UEFA Super Cup and the Community Shield.

The 2019 UEFA Super Cup will be staged on Wednesday, August 14th.

UEFA are yet to confirm when the match will start, but it’s likely to be an 8 pm kick-off (UK time).

The showpiece will be staged at Vodafone Park in Istanbul. That’s the home ground of Super Lig side Besiktas.

As for the Community Shield, Liverpool will take on Man City at Wembley Stadium in August.

The FA are yet to confirm whether the game will be played on August 3rd or 4th.

Also see: Premier League 2019-20: Fixture list, start date & live streaming details.

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