Rhys Williams is the latest injury concern for Liverpool as the defender has returned to the club from England Under-21 duty with a hip problem.
The 19-year-old has made three appearances in the Champions League for the Reds this season and two more in the League Cup as he makes the step up into the first team.
However, the teenager has suffered a setback, albeit a minor one, due to picking up a hip problem while on international duty and missing the game against Albania on Tuesday.
‘He had a very minor stiff hip,’ said England Under-21 manager Aidy Boothroyd. ‘It was in his best interests to get him back to Liverpool.
‘With all the players, if there’s any potential injuries or niggles then our medical staff is in contact with the club.
‘Rhys wasn’t actually on the bench so I thought the best thing was to get him back to Liverpool.’
Jurgen Klopp is hoping that Fabinho will be available again after a thigh problem and the Brazilian is likely to partner Joel Matip in central defence, if not then Nat Phillips will start.
The Reds have also developed problems at full-back, with Trent Alexander-Arnold out and Andrew Robertson struggling with a hamstring complaint, although the Scot could still be fit for the weekend.
Neco Williams is likely to start at right-back, while summer signing Kostas Tsimikas should make his Liverpool debut at left-back if Robertson does not make it.