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Dominik Szoboszlai's injury-ravaged team will miss the following matches

By Charles Cornwall

Dominik Szoboszlai's injury-ravaged team will miss the following matches

The Reds already know how long they will be without their Hungarian star player

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After leaving in the past that disastrous exhibition against Arsenal, the team led by Jürgen Klopp now focuses its attention on what will be their next league target which is Burnley, although as usual, the Reds will have to present certain changes in their starting lineup due to the current injuries, specifically worrying that of Dominik Szoboszlai who has relapsed in his discomfort from some time ago.

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The information that has been released by media such as Anything Liverpool is that this Hungarian player could be out of the team for the rest of February, causing Dominik to miss the games against Burnley, Brentford, Luton Town, Chelsea, Watford/Southampton and Nottingham Forest, all of crucial importance although it is clear that the final of the Carabao Cup against the Blues was a special game for this midfielder who will have to wait to live on the pitch his first final with the team.

Undoubtedly this is one of the most unfortunate news of the team in recent days, and when it was thought that the true potential of the midfield could be exploited with the recovery of Thiago Alcantara, this relapse of Dominik comes to change the plans of a Jürgen Klopp who must already be thinking about a possible replacement.

Although it is not known who is the teammate who can make up for the Hungarian's absence, it is said that the coach could be preparing at least three possible options to be able to cover the casualty, with the idea of placing Trent Alexander Arnold as a center-back and Conor Bradley in the TAA position being the most supported idea so far.

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Szoboszlai's return is uncertain

Although there is an approximate recovery time for this player, it is true that his progress may be variable to the point of being able to have minutes within a couple of weeks, and may be extended to the extent of risking his participation in the knockout rounds of the Europa League.

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