Liverpool injury update ahead of Carabao Cup clash with Chelsea

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And Phil Thompson believes that Liverpool should use their EFL Cup clash against Chelsea on Wednesday to give a number of seldom-seen players an opportunity to force their way into Jurgen Klopp's first-team plans.

Klopp confirmed that Simon Mignolet will be in goal for the Reds, who also play Chelsea this weekend, at Stamford Bridge in the Premier League.

"This isn't just the best chance for Liverpool to win the title since the Premier League started, I'd go further than that - I say this is the best chance they've had since Kenny Dalglish's team last won it (in 1990)".

So I don't think they should prioritise that over the Premier League. "One of them is how people judge cup competitions before you play them".

John Hartson insists Daniel Sturridge can still be a "great player" for Liverpool FC this season. They were all used to other football teams.

"Each game is an opportunity", he said.

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Klopp took Liverpool to the final of the League Cup during his first season at the club - when they were beaten by Manchester City on penalties in 2016 - and admits he does not understand why other teams and managers would not aim to do the same.

The player himself said the deal was freaky, and told Belgian publication Het Laatste Nieuws: "Nobody has said anything to me after the departure of Loris".

Unfortunately, a reported injury to Ruben Loftus-Cheek will keep him out for Wednesday's game so Ethan Ampadu may get a chance to impress. To improve something you need half a year to make the next step. It's completely normal. There's no time to say, "I give you that, or that", but it will happen. We will be very careful.

Nevertheless, that hasn't been enough to displace the likes of James Milner and Georginio Wijnaldum who are more than holding their own against new signings with impressive form.

The Liverpool manager has reportedly enlisted the help of a former world swimming champion to produce a recovery drink for his players.

Often referred to as "Sarri-ball", the Italian's approach is heavily reliant on possession and a 4-3-3 formation that requires players to fulfil specific roles. We are not changing these players. We had always quite a good squad when we had no injuries, then we had injuries and the squad didn't look that good anymore! The club's most recent was in this competition in 2012. Because they are here because of what they did and now we have to work on that it fits.

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