Liverpool have been knocked back by injury issues this latter half of the season, threatening their chances of staying at the top of the Premier League log.
Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain is hitting recovery and that could be a huge boost for Jurgen Klopp side.
The former Gunners defender was knocked out of action after last season’s Champions League clash with Italian Serie A side Roma.
The Englishman took a serious blow to his anterior cruciate ligament in the first leg of their Champions League clash with Roma.
Oxlade-Chamberlain was supposed to be out of league action until the pre-season of the 2019-2020 season, before making a good comeback.
But it appears his spell of recovery has been shortened. The player was expected to the make his way back into the team-sheet around February, even March. But since pictured in training at Dubai with the rest of his teammates, luck is now smiling at Jurgen Klopp.
The German tactician has seen his side suffer terrible blows to their backfield, the latest–James Milner–who was handed two yellow cards in their pulsating clash against Crystal Palace. Milner will be trimmed out of the side when they host Foxes Leicester City on Wednesday.
Klopp will remain hopeful they can continue to extend their lead at the top when they welcome Leicester City next-week.