Liverpool Confirm Injury Update On Diogo Jota, Curtis Jones After Scan

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Liverpool have scanned Diogo Jota and Curtis Jones to examine the nature of their injury blows ahead of their crunch EFL final showdown against Chelsea at the weekend, MySportDab reports.

Diogo Jota and Curtis Jones were injured alongside Darwin Nunez during their Premier League win over Brentford last weekend.

In what could be described as an injury disaster, the Reds were forced to sub off the triple of Jota, Jones, and Nunez all in the first half of the Brentford match.

The triple’s injury blow comes amidst Liverpool’s piling injury crisis with the likes of Trent Alexander-Arnold, Thiago Alcantara, Stefan Bajcetic, Ben Doak, Szosboszlai, and Alisson Becker all sidelined.

With the backlog of injury worries, the Reds are preparing for the Wembley final against Chelsea, hence fans have been hoping for a positive report from recent injury blows to Diogo Jota, Curtis Jones, and Darwin Nunez.

Now, according to a report shared by The Mail, Liverpool have scanned Diogo Jota and Curtis Jone’s injuries and it is not looking good.

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The report confirms the pair had sustained damages and will miss the EFL Cup final match against Chelsea.

Darwin Nunez, who was also injured in the Brentford match, is said to be a doubt for the game as well.

The report adds the club will conduct further tests on the injuries to ascertain the timeline of their return to action.

Jurgen Klopp will be left with a largely gutted and depleted squad as he prepares for EFL Cup final but the German tactician will hope to weather the injury crisis and clinch the first title in his quadruple-chasing campaign.

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