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Injury update: Liverpool are short of four attackers as they face PSG tonight




Liverpool after a 2 – 1 over Tottenham Hotspur during the weekend at Wembley Stadium in the EPL are set to play their first leg in the UEFA Champions League this season.

According to schedule, Liverpool will be playing against French side Paris Saint Germain tonight at Anfield.

The Reds have a lot to worry about as they are short of four attackers.

According to the report, the Reds main striker, Roberto Firmino is unlikely to start for Liverpool following an eye injury in the last match against Tottenham.

Firmino was hit by Hotspur defender Jan Vertonghen hand and this saw him being rushed off the pitch and was replaced with Daniel Sturridge.

The Brazil star later took to the social media to disclosed he is now fine and back at Anfield but Klopp is not likely to give him a chance.

Three other players that could have taken over Firmino’s wing are Divock Orgi, Dominic Solanke, and Adam Lallana.

However, the surprising aspect is that none of the three can start for Liverpool as they are not fit owing to one injury or the other.

With the look of things if Klopp doesn’t start Roberto Firmino then Daniel Sturridge might be the player to start in his place.