The Reds had to be careful before Tuesday's match, but the danger is now over

The Reds had to be careful before Tuesday's match, but the danger is now over

A number of Liverpool players have missed matches due to sending off this season, but Alexis McAllister is the only player to miss as he received five yellow cards.

In today's match, the 19th round of the series, Wataru Endo and Darwin Nunez had to avoid a yellow card so as not to miss the next match. The maximum is at the midpoint of the season, at 19 league matches.

Both Nunez and Endo dueled in the match, and with Paul Tierney controversially blowing the final whistle, there was always a chance things could go that way – but both players managed to avoid a yellow card.

He can play against Newcastle

With this, both Darwin and Endo can play in the match against Newcastle United on Monday, January 1 – which is the next time the Reds play.

Against Burnley, Trent Alexander-Arnold also received his fourth yellow card this season, but it is not of great importance, because now there is no suspension if players do not receive 10 yellow cards.

Should be avoided until the 32nd round of the series. The match will take place on April 6, when Liverpool travel to Old Trafford to face Manchester United. If the player receives ten yellow cards before that, he will lose two league matches. Nicholas Jackson (Chelsea) and Joao Palinha (Fulham) have already picked up eight yellow cards this season, but no Reds are even close to that. Mac Allister still stands at five.

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