Read the latest information on injuries, suspensions and availability in the Liverpool men’s squad.
Last updated: January 6
Diaz suffered an injury during Liverpool’s warm-weather training camp in December.
Jürgen Klopp on December 11: “It was a non-situation in training, honestly – nothing, felt something. [He] didn’t feel a lot next day but we wanted to be really cautious and said, ‘OK, come on, let’s have a look.’ Yeah, then the news came and it was a proper smash in the face. But that’s it now.”
The No.9 has been sidelined with an issue sustained in training.
Jürgen Klopp on December 23: “Bobby, it’s like this, he is already on the better side of it, even when it is only a few days ago, but it’s not a major thing, so we will look day by day with him.”
Henderson missed the defeat at Brentford on January 2 due to a concussion.
Klopp on January 6: “He did exactly what he was allowed to do yesterday – big parts of team training without heading. And from today on, I think he’s completely allowed to do everything.”
The No.20 was taken off on a stretcher in the closing stages of Liverpool’s 1-0 victory over Manchester City and is facing a prolonged spell on the sidelines.
Pepijn Lijnders on December 21: “Diogo is inside the timeframe we think. So it’s going well, he was there in Dubai – he was in all the meetings and video meetings. That was good.”
The Brazilian sustained an issue in the build-up to the Champions League fixture with Rangers at Anfield.
Klopp on October 28: “It’s a long-term injury. When he’s back, yeah, we will think about it again but in the moment it’s too far away. I have no idea how long it will be but it will be long. It’s a serious injury.”
Milner came off in the first half of the Carabao Cup tie at Manchester City with a hamstring complaint.
Jürgen Klopp on December 23: “Millie didn’t get better since then – he will be out for a couple of games.”
Virgil van Dijk
Van Dijk is sidelined with a hamstring injury that forced him off at Brentford.
Jürgen Klopp on January 6: “It’s not a short-term and I had longer-term injuries as well in my career as a manager. So, it’s somewhere in between. He will be out for a few weeks, definitely.”
No Liverpool players are currently suspended.