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Liverpool may face the challenge of missing eight key players in their upcoming clash against Arsenal, with ongoing injury issues affecting Alexis Mac Allister, Diogo Jota, and Andy Robertson. The Reds, gearing up for a top-of-the-table showdown, recently secured a 5-1 victory over West Ham United in the Carabao Cup.

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In a comprehensive overview of Liverpool’s injury concerns, it is revealed that Alexis Mac Allister’s injury is more severe than initially thought, keeping him sidelined until January. Joel Matip is recovering from surgery due to an anterior cruciate ligament injury and is likely to be out for the rest of the season. Andy Robertson, who underwent shoulder surgery, is expected to return to action in the New Year.

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Diogo Jota, recovering from a hamstring injury, is progressing cautiously in training, and there’s optimism surrounding Ryan Gravenberch’s hamstring issue. However, Klopp’s squad has faced criticism for a recent 0-0 draw against Manchester United, leading them to surrender the top spot to Arsenal.

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Other players facing injury challenges include Ben Doak, who will undergo surgery for a torn lateral meniscus, Thiago Alcantara, expected to return at the beginning of 2024, and Stefan Bajcetic, dealing with recurring injury setbacks.

Despite these setbacks, promising performances from Curtis Jones, Harvey Elliott, and Jarell Quansah aim to bolster Liverpool’s squad depth. Klopp acknowledges the impact of injuries on the team but remains hopeful with the talented players stepping up in the absence of key figures.

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