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Please take note that a concerning update has been confirmed on the injuries sustained by Darwin Nunez.

Dominic King, a journalist, has provided the following information regarding the anticipated recovery times for three Liverpool players in advance of their matches against Luton and Chelsea this week.

by Dandozzy

Curtis Jones, Diogo Jota, and Darwin Nunez were all substituted before the start of the second half of the Reds’ 4-1 victory at Brentford on Saturday.

This was on top of a list of casualties that also included Alisson Becker, Trent Alexander-Arnold, Dominik Szoboszlai, and Thiago Alcantara. The Reds’ victory was tempered by the fact that they suffered body blows.

During an appearance on the It’s All Kicking Off podcast, the reporter provided an update on the length of time that the former triumvirate is anticipated to be sidelined from action.

This information does not make for a nice soundbyte for Liverpool Football Club supporters.

According to King, “I believe Jota is going to be out for two months, which could be a significant amount of time.” It will take Nunez a couple of weeks, and Jones a week at most. I have been taught to believe that this is the case.

With Mo Salah also being ruled out of the game against Luton on Wednesday night, Luis Diaz and Cody Gakpo are the only senior strikers that Liverpool still has.

As a result, it is possible that Harvey Elliott will play on the right side of a front three against the Hatters.

Because Jota and Nunez are out with injuries, the Colombian and Netherlands internationals will be highly relied upon over the next few games.

Now is the moment for them to step up and perform just like the Portuguese forward did when our number 11 was out of action in recent weeks.

Despite the fact that other clues are expected to emerge throughout the week regarding whether or not the 23-year-old Jones will be able to make it in time for the Wembley extravaganza, King’s update implies that Jones might be on the verge of making it to the Carabao Cup final that will take place the following Sunday.

Due to the fact that Liverpool has eight more matches to play in across four different competitions between now and March 17th, the injury pile-up has occurred at a moment that is extremely inconvenient for the club.

In order to successfully navigate a demanding period with progressively restricted playing resources, Jurgen Klopp will need to make use of every piece of squad depth that is available to him.

This is not the first time during this season that this will be the case. We should pray that the number of casualties on the list decreases a little bit over the next few days and weeks.

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