& # 39; It's good to have them back & # 39 ;: Liverpool boss Jurgen Kloppp is happy that Jordan Henderson and Naby Keita are fit for Fulham clash
- Liverpool has again received a serious injury with two midfielders
- Jordan Henderson was absent due to Rescue of the Champions League by Red Star
- Naby Keita also missed the 2-0 loss in Belgrade due to a hamstrings problem
Matthew Smith for e-mail online
Liverpool had a severe injury boost with two midfielders from the first team who were available to return from injury, according to manager Jurgen Klopp.
Club captain Jordan Henderson and summer signing Naby Keita were absent due to the shock during the midweek Champions League defeat by Red Star Belgrade due to hamstring problems.
But both players are fit and able to return for Sunday's Premier League game against Fulham, Klopp unveiled in his Friday press conference.
Liverpool has a big injury and two players from the first team return, says Jurgen Klopp
Jordan Henderson was absent because of the shock during the midweek Champions League defeat by Red Star
Naby Keita also missed the loss of the 2-0 Champions League due to a hamstring problem
It means long absence absent Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain is Liverpool's only midfielder who is not available for the match in Anfield.
He said: & # 39; It is good to have them back and it is probably the first time that all players in the midfield, apart from Ox, are available.
It is another thing to do, to make decisions about who starts with who and that sort of thing. It's all about fitness levels and form, and then we will see. & # 39;
Klopp is of the opinion that Liverpool remains on an upward turn when looking for the backlash of the 2-0 loss in Serbia in the midweek.
Klopp believes that despite the disappointment, Liverpool remains on an upward curve on Tuesday-evening
The Reds want to extend their unbeaten start to the Premier League season when the Fulham table visits Anfield on Sunday afternoon in the middle of the day.
While Klopp admitted that his players were below average on Tuesday night, he said: "Many things are better than last year at the same time. The spectacular football did not happen every game, but last year it did not.
& # 39; We could have had more points, but the boys looked more mature and all those things, but not in the last game. But in the two games before they were good.
We all struggle a bit in the last game, but it is not that important, I do not make a big stir of it, or on the other hand I do not celebrate any performances after we have won a good one. & # 39;