Liverpool will host Manchester United in the Premier League this weekend but they will be without Trent Alexander-Arnold who has been ruled out of action because of an injury.
Trent Arnold has been one of the consistent players for Jurgen Klopp’s fledging side but he sustained a foot injury in the Champions League game against Napoli and will not be featured against the Red Devils on Sunday, reports the Daily Mail.
Liverpool are yet to lose any game in the League this season and they are a major contender for the title. Meanwhile, Man United have had a shambolic season thus far and it is widely believed that they are merely fighting for a place in the top four of the table.
The game promises to be an intriguing especially for Mourinho whose job is on the line over the string of poor performances from his side.
Klopp has a plethora of option to pick from in the absense of the injured right back. The major strength of the Reds appear to be their front three and centre-back Virgil Van Dijk
Meanwhile, Man United also have an injury crisis as they could be without up to nine of their key players.