Liverpool will play their next premier league game without four players due to injury crisis.According to reports from Sky Sports news says that the reds head coach Juergen klopp have confirmed that Sergio mane will not be available for the encounter due to a minor injury problem.
The Senegalese has not played the last two games for Liverpool and will also miss this Sunday clash against pep guadiola side.
joel matip is also suffering from a muscular problem and will not be available for tomorrow's showdown.
Matip's injury is a painful one for Juergen klopp and the entire reds. He was scanned and his timeframe for recovery is still unknown at the moment and he islikely to miss the next four games.
Virgil van diljk and Joe Gomez are not fully fit to play this game despite the rumours that both player has recovered from injury. Van diljk has not recovered from the knee injury but he will soon comeback to training pitch. Gomez is likely to miss the reds upcoming matches this month.
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