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Jota, Nunez and Jones out of the Carabo Cup final? here's what we know

Find out how Liverpool is faring offensively and defensively

By Charles Cornwall

Find out how Liverpool is faring offensively and defensively
Find out how Liverpool is faring offensively and defensively
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Find out how Liverpool is faring offensively and defensively, and the role of the strikers in the number of goals scored. Liverpool have shown remarkable goal scoring ability during the season, racking up an impressive total of 96 goals and 72 assists so far. These statistics are even more impressive when looking at the individual performances of their key strikers.

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Diogo Jota has contributed 14 goals and 4 assists, highlighting his ability to find the back of the net and also create chances for his teammates. Luis Diaz, since his arrival at the club, has contributed 9 goals and 5 assists, proving to be a valuable addition to Liverpool's attack with his ability to score and create danger.

Of course, Mo Salah's presence cannot be overlooked, with 19 goals and 10 assists so far. His ability to unbalance opposing defenses with his speed and technical ability makes him a key player for Liverpool. In addition, Darwin Nunez and Cody Gakpo have contributed 13 goals and 11 assists, and 10 goals and 5 assists respectively, adding depth and variety to the team's offensive arsenal.

These figures underline Liverpool's strength up front and the diversity of options available to the manager. With a combination of skill, pace and goalscoring ability, Liverpool continues to be a formidable force in the quest for silverware both domestically and in European competitions.

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After injuries at the weekend against Brentford, Darwin Nunez, Curtis Jones and Diogo Jota have caused major uncertainty for Jurgen Klopp and Liverpool fans ahead of Sunday's Carabao Cup final. According to various sources, all three players will be absent, as Diogo will not play for the remainder of the season. Curtis will miss at least two weeks and Darwin will have to rest for a week.

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