The participation of both Salah and Darwin in Wednesday's match is considered doubtful

The participation of both Salah and Darwin in Wednesday's match is considered doubtful

There have been a number of rumors in recent days that Liverpool's injury problems are slightly worse than first reported.

Darwin Nunez was substituted at half-time when he felt something in a muscle against Brentford, while Mohamed Salah was seen limping after returning with a goal and an assist in the same match. There were reports from Egypt about his diagnosis, but no more was mentioned about that.

Jurgen Klopp did not speak about the matter either in the open portion of the press conference on Tuesday. But when the newspapers reached Klopp himself, he confirmed that there were problems.

It must be evaluated day by day

According to Paul Joyce in The Times, both strikers should be considered uncertain for Wednesday's game against Luton, as Liverpool will attempt to close the gap on Manchester City to four points.

– Nunez felt it in that match when there was no one around. We eat it day after day. Klopp tells The Times.

– The situation we are living in in the English Premier League is that almost every match is like a final. There are no games where we can say 'let's see what others do at the weekend, and if we lose, it can be okay'. We don't see it that way, and for us, it's game by game, who's available, and then we use them in the best way we can. There's no other chance. If Nunez was healthy, there would be no reason to take him away, and there is no chance for us to do so. Like I said, we're taking it day by day. He says according to The Telegraph.

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-It's also day to day with Mo. It's the same area he feels a little bit. We'll have to see how it develops. It's not a big deal, but we'll have to wait and see.

Ask for help from the stands

In addition, it is clear that Diogo Jota, who has scored 14 goals this season, will be out for several months.

– The only thing I want to say is that no matter what lineup we have, I don't want people to be in a situation where they say 'Oh, he's out, he's out, he's out, he's out', because some players will do that. Be out, that's for sure. It's bad luck, yes, but certainly our job is to be as strong as possible, and if we play at home I will ask for support.

– If we are in good shape and we do that, and the fans think, “Yes, but he would have scored there,” then there is a problem. No matter who plays, it will knock their socks off.

Youngsters like Bobby Clarke, Kaede Gordon, James McConnell, Trey Nyonyi, Luis Coumas and Jayden Danz will be relevant.

Liverpool – Luton will be played on Wednesday at 20.30 and will be shown on V Sport PL and Viaplay.

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