Liverpool has been forced to wait for Chelsea team news after the unexpectedly injured players pictured training for the first time time.
On Saturday, Liverpool will play Chelsea in a clash of two out-of-form Premier League teams.
Both are on erratic Premier League runs, with one victory followed by a defeat. The Liverpool line-up at Anfield on Saturday will most likely be unchanged, but Chelsea may keep The Reds guessing after three players were spotted in training for the first time.
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New signee For the first time, Mykhailo Mudryk was spotted taking part in a Chelsea training session following his huge money move from Ukrainian side Shakhtar Donetsk.
Mudryk was joined in training by Ben Chilwell and Reece James, who had returned from injury. The pair have been out of action for some time, and their return to full fitness will be a significant boost for Graham Potter, who is already under fire at Stamford Bridge following a poor start to life in west London.
James has been out for nearly a month with a knee issue, the second time this season he has missed time with such an ailment. Meanwhile, Chilwell has been out with a hamstring issue since early November.
Mudryk has also not played in a competitive game since November, therefore he is unlikely to start against Liverpool on January 21. According to Chelsea News, fans should not ‘expect’ to see any of the trio, but it’s bound to keep Jürgen Klopp guessing.
Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp revealed after the victory over Wolves: “I hope Darwin is coming back in training tomorrow or Thursday, so might be in contention, of sure.”