Liverpool FC: Latest News, International Watch, and Injuries

Liverpool are no longer in contention for a UEFA Champions League quarter-final spot as the Premier League title becomes a tight competition between Arsenal and Manchester City.

The team's last EPL matches have been impressive, with four wins, one draw and one loss. Such results could intrigue GGBET punters. But, with key talents out on injury suspensions, will the Reds finish among the top four this season? It's a matter of fate and chances for GGBET predictions.

Let's find out the latest news, players up for international duty and how they are faring, alongside injured players with possible return dates.

Liverpool FC Latest Updates

Here are some of the updates from Liverpool:

Fixtures Re-Scheduled

Liverpool's Anfield clashes against Fulham and Brentford have been postponed. The former will kick off at 8pm BST Wednesday, May 3rd, with the latter's play time revised to 5:30pm Saturday, May 6th. You can watch both games on Sky Sports.

Anfield Road Stand Completed

After 18 months of developing the Anfield Road end to increase the stadium's capacity starting next season, the project is complete. We can confirm this after the park was installed with seats and six pupils from Four Oaks Primary School gracing the venue accompanied by their teacher, Amy Eardly.

Sir Kenny Dalglish Stand - Anfield

LFC Women Claim One Point at Goodison Park

The Liverpool FC women's Merseyside derby against Everton seemed a tight contest during Friday's play. Everton's Gabby George put the hosts ahead, but a clinical finish from Stengel equalized the score to earn the Reds' ladies a share of the points in a 1-1 draw.

A Look at Liverpool Players Up for International Duty

With the international break underway, several Liverpool players will represent their countries. Here are the Reds' players to watch out for, the countries they will be playing for, and the tournament type:

Ibrahima Konate will play for France against the Netherlands at home and the Republic of Ireland away for a Euro Qualification spot.

Kostas Tsimikas is a Greece international and is among the players contesting against Gibraltar away and Lithuania at home for the Euro Qualifiers.

Naby Keita will be part of Guinea's squad playing against Ethiopia at home and away for the AFCON Qualifiers.

Caoimhin Kelleher is up for the Republic of Ireland's friendly against Latvia and France for the Euro Qualifiers.

Conor Bradley will be part of Northern Ireland's team playing against San Marino and Finland for the Euro Qualifiers.

Curtis Jones and Harvey Elliot are among England's U21 squad and will represent their country in friendlies against France and Croatia's U21's.

Dominic Corness, Jarell Quansah, and Harvey Davies are part of England's U20 squad for friendlies against Germany, the USA, and France U20.

Lee Jonas and Luke Chambers are in for England's U19 Euro Qualifiers against Hungary, Iceland, and Turkiye.

Bobby Clark and Calum Scanlon are up for England's U18 friendlies against Belgium, Croatia, and Switzerland.

Mohamed Salah is representing Egypt against Malawi for the AFCON Qualifiers.

Jordan Hendeson is part of England's team playing against Italy and Ukraine for the Euro Qualifiers.

Virgil van Dijk and Cody Gakpo are up for duty representing the Netherlands against France and Gibraltar for the Euro Qualifiers.

Note that some competitions have already been played while others have been rescheduled.

Mohamed Salah

Notably, Mohamed Salah has had an incredible performance captaining Egypt and scored his 50th goal against Malawi in the 2-0 win. He also assisted Omar Marmoush, who scored Egypt's second goal. Besides Salah, Guinea's Naby Keita was in action for 86 minutes against Ethiopia for the AFCON Qualifiers.

Liverpool FC Injuries and Possible Return Dates

The Reds have slowly seen the likes of Ibrahima Konate and Virgil van Dijk return to the current squad. However, Liverpool are yet to play 12 Premier League games amid the international break. Here are some players likely to miss some of these games.

Darwin Nunez

Darwin Nunez picked up an ankle injury on March 15th, playing against Real Madrid. The 23-year-old Uruguayan had to be subbed off 57 minutes into the game and is currently being monitored. This injury has resulted in Nunez withdrawing from Uruguay's friendlies against Japan and South Korea. Klopp admitted the striker's injury and is yet to confirm his return, even though he hinted at an April comeback.

Stefan Bajcetic

Bajcetic was a mainstay in Liverpool's midfield until he picked up an adductor injury against Bournemouth. The Spanish footballer has featured on the Reds' XI nine times. Bajcetic admitted to having an injury that will see him out for a few months. According to Klopp, the 18-year-old has a serious injury and will, unfortunately, miss the remainder of the season. Though Bajcetic is optimistic that he will overcome this and become stronger, his possible return date is yet to be announced.

Thiago Alcantara

Thiago Alcantara injured himself while playing against Wolves on February 7th. The 31-year-old suffered a serious muscle injury that could see him out for over a month. The midfielder has been battling a hip injury and is yet to resume training. Thiago's possible return date is unknown, but he won't be featuring against Bournemouth and Real Madrid.


Luis Diaz

Luis Diaz has been out after picking up a knee injury against Arsenal on October 9th, 2022. The 26-year-old forward had been quite instrumental at the start of the league, and his absence from the starting XI has been costly. Though he was set to return in early December, Diaz underwent knee surgery after training in Dubai's camp.

The Columbian is currently fit and was to resume in mid-March. However, Klopp is cautious and suggested that Diaz will return after the international break. Diaz is set to return on April 1st and could play against Man City.

Calvin Ramsay

Liverpool's full-back Calvin Ramsay picked up a knee injury in late January that will sadly see him miss the remainder of the season. Though he has only featured once on the team's starting XI, Ramsay's absence can be noticed.

The Scottish international underwent surgery in mid-February and is in recovery. Though Ramsay could return earlier, Klopp is cautious and will want tp build him up physically before including him in the Reds' squad.

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