Liverpool Football Club will face off with Manchester United at the Old Trafford stadium this evening as they will be hoping to get a positive result from the game.
But three Liverpool key players have reportedly missed the trip to Manchester for today's game and they are set to miss the encounter due to Injury worries.
This is a massive Injury blow for the Liverpool team as the trio of Naby Keita, James Milner and Ben Davies have reportedly not travelled with the rest of the squad to Manchester United and they are therefore unavailable for selection.
According to reports from 'The Liverpool Echo', Ozan Kabak is still unavailable due to Injury and that makes it four Liverpool key players that are out Injured and won't be featuring in today's match.
The trio of Virgil Van Dijk, Henderson and Joe Gomez are already out injured and they make it seven Liverpool key players that are set to miss today's match after the trio of Naby Keita, James Milner and Ben Davies joined the long Injury list.
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