Liverpool will play their next premier league game without three players due to knee worries.
According to report from sports media outlets explain that the reds will play without their star player, devock origi due to muscular injury problem.
The young star have not feature for Liverpool this month and he has been rule out for the rest of the month. There is no potential return date for the starlet.
Jordan Henderson is also out due to a groin problem. Henderson have not played any match for Liverpool this April and according to sky sport he could miss the next three matches because there's no possible timeframe in terms of recovery for the defender.
Joe matip is also out and will not play their next game this weekend due to a muscle problem. The cameronian is set to miss up to two or three of their upcoming matches because of his current injury situation.
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