EPL: Injury Updates Ahead Of Liverpool Vs Chelsea Premier League Match


Liverpool have been struggling in their recent Premier league match while Chelsea have been impressive in thier last 5 games in the English premier league under Thomas Tuchel.

Both teams will be meeting in the week 27 of the English premier league match at Anfield stadium.

Liverpool and Chelsea are seperated with just one point and a fight for the top four is the ultimate goal for both clubs after missing out on the title race.

Jorgen Klopp's team have been affected by couple of injuries which includes the like of Van Dijk, Joe Gomez, Matip, Fabinho, Henderson and Diego Jota.

Chelsea in the other end have no major Injury except Thiago Silver who have been absent for couple of games now.

The good news is that both teams are currently in good shape to face each other with two players ready to return to action on Thursday night.

Liverpool star player Diego Jota was pictured in training ahead of Chelsea match along side Nabi Keita.

Liverpool attack have been struggling in thier recent games in the league with the likes of Mohamed Salah, Sadio Mane and Roberto Fermino struggling in front of goal.

Jota will be a great boost for Jorgen Klopp's team after his brilliant performance in the beginning of the season.

Chelsea in the other end will welcome back thier best defender back to the starting line up against Liverpool.

Thiago Silver have been impressive for Chelsea despite his age and according to reports, Chelsea are hoping to extend his contract at the end of the season.

Both teams will be going for the match with high hopes in other to qualify for the next year's UEFA Champions League competition.

Both teams are facing competition with the likes of West Ham United, Leicester City and Everton.

This three teams are in good position to qualify for the UEFA Champions League after pulling up a brilliant performance in the league this season.

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