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Firmino And Lovren Suffer Massive Injury Blow Ahead Of Bayern UCL Clash

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Roberto Firmino and Dejan Lovren will not play any role for Liverpool in Tuesday’s Champions League last-16 cracker with Bayern Munich at Anfield after missing Monday’s training session.

According to Daily Mail, the Jurgen Klopp tutored-side miss the services of the Selecao star after suffering from a virus, will come as a huge to the Reds.

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Equally, defence ace Lovren is yet to recover from a hamstring injury he cropped, since their FA Cup third round loss to Wolves on January 7.

The 2018 FIFA World Cup finalist was also missing in action at their recent training camp in Marbella.

Liverpool will also miss the pair of Virgil van Dijk and Joe Gomez through suspension and fractured leg issues.

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Reacting ahead of the big game, German tactician, Klopp admitted the Croatian international will face a late fitness test ahead of the Bayern showdown.

“We have yet to see. Shaq (Xherdan Shaqiri), yesterday he had a training session but we have to see how he reacted today, that was the plan for today, being in proper training. It's good having another option. Shaqiri trained yesterday and looked very good,” the former Dotmund boss noted, even as he was quick to add that Fabinho could be deployed as a centre-back with Joel Matip if the trio of Lovren, Van Dijk and Gomez are not available.

“In the Champions League, against Bayern Munich, it's not an easy job but we don't want our last guy alone defending against (Bayern). It depends on how we defend in general and that's it.

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'There will be a lot of moments where we have to defend and we've worked on that,” Klopp submitted.

Earlier, Legit.ng reported that Niko Kovac, Bayern Munich boss has revealed their problems the Bundesliga giants are facing ahead of the Champions League cracker against Liverpool, according to reports.



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Fuck shit man

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Roberto Firmino and Dejan Lovren will not play any role for Liverpool in Tuesday’s Champions League

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Dejan Lovren will not play any role for Liverpool

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hope he gets over it

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