Liverpool could be without a trio of key players on Sunday when they take on Wolverhampton Wanderers in their Premier League finale.
The Reds can still win the Premier League title but must win and hope Brighton can defeat or draw with Manchester City.
Jurgen Klopp’s side is coming off of an incredible 4-0 win over Barcelona in the Champions League in which neither Mohamed Salah nor Roberto Firmino played.
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Left-back Andy Robertson went off injured after being intentionally kicked by Luis Suarez in the first half.
Will the trio be fit to face Wolves?
Salah is still suffering the effects of a concussion he sustained against Newcastle last Friday. The Egyptian collided with Newcastle goalkeeper Martin Dubravka and was stretchered off the pitch.
He is expected to return soon, but due to the seriousness of the head injury, Salah may not appear against Wolves. It could be the Champions League Final before he is back in action.
The Brazilian striker suffered a groin injury prior to Liverpool’s game against Huddersfield.
Firmino does have a groin muscle tear and though he did appear in the Champions League semifinal first leg against Barcelona after it occurred, won’t return this weekend.
Klopp expects to have Firmino fit for the Champions League Final on June 1.
Robertson suffered a calf injury during the semifinal second leg against Barcelona thanks to a Suarez kick. He was scheduled for a scan today to determine the extent of the injury.
He could feature for Liverpool against Wolves, but it is more likely he won’t return until the Champions League Final.
Liverpool’s other injury worries
Liverpool do have other injury worries ahead of the weekend. Naby Keita is still recovering from an abductor strain and isn’t expected to play on Sunday.
Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain has sustained a slight muscle injury. He joins Adam Lallana on the Reds sidelines and neither is currently expected to play in the season finale.