Liverpool might be sweating on the health of Andy Robertson with the left-back absent from Scotland’s squad to face Slovakia on Sunday.
Scotland boss Steve Clarke revealed that Robertson was battling a hamstring drawback forward of the match.
“Andy Robertson is essentially the most uncertain out of those who’ve a wee query mark over them,” Clarke mentioned.
The total-back was the notable absentee from the squad when the groups had been introduced forward of the 2pm kick-off.
The information is barely seemingly so as to add frustration for Jurgen Klopp who has already seen three of his 4 beginning defenders choose up accidents in latest weeks.
Virgil van Dijk picked up a severe knee harm within the Merseyside derby that required surgical procedure and he’s anticipated to overlook a big period of time.
Klopp lamented the fixture congestion and never with the ability to make 5 substitutes as Trent Alexander-Arnold picked up a muscle harm in opposition to Man City shortly earlier than the worldwide break.
Liverpool’s issues had been additional exacerbated when Joe Gomez picked up a severe harm throughout England’s coaching earlier within the week and he’s already had surgical procedure.
Gomez can be more likely to miss a big period of time.
The severity of Robertson’s harm just isn’t recognized at this stage with the defender taking part in a key function in Scotland’s qualification for Euro 2020.