Jurgen Klopp has confirmed that all three Liverpool players, including Thiago Alcantara, are out of action.

Jurgen Klopp has confirmed that all three Liverpool players, including Thiago Alcantara, are out of action.

Jurgen Klopp has confirmed that Thiago Alcantara, Nabi Keita and Joel Mattep will miss out on Liverpool ‘s Champions League clash with midfielders.

The trio have been on their knees for the next few weeks but a Reds return to Anfield on Tuesday night was expected.

Liverpool, who beat Ajax 1-0 in Amsterdam last Wednesday, will face Danish side Midgeland in their second Group D match.

However, Klopp confirmed that the trio will not be competing, saying: “They need a few more days [to recover]”.

With his preparation for Liverpool’s second group game, Klopp has taken no risks and points out that the midfielder is competing in his own right.

Jurgen Klopp has confirmed that Thiago Alcantara is still on his knees

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“They are a little more straightforward, really experienced defenders, with speed in the wings and physicality in front. They have a clear plan, ”Klopp said of the Danish side.

“We need to show that we are ready for the right fight.

“It simply came to our notice then [Liverpool’s throw-in coach] Group! We saw the influence of Thomas when we saw the videos of Midziland.

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“He’s a great guy who has helped us a lot. Throw-ins are a big part of our preparations for the games.

Joel Mattep and Nabi Keita will miss out on Liverpool’s Champions League clash

In the Middle East, Klopp added: “Danish boys, you need to work on your confidence!

“We do not see you as a small team. Do not make the Middle East a white flag wave. They will come here and do what they can.

“How small or how big you are, you show in games.”

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