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Klopp without TEN Liverpool stars ahead of Europa League and Man City clashes

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JURGEN KLOPP has been left without TEN Liverpool stars ahead of crunch games against Sparta Prague and Manchester City.

The Reds first take on Sparta in the first leg of tonight’s Europa League last-16 tie.

Jurgen Klopp is without 10 Liverpool stars ahead of games against Sparta Prague and Man City

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Jurgen Klopp is without 10 Liverpool stars ahead of games against Sparta Prague and Man CityCredit: Getty
Teen forward Jayden Danns has become the latest casualty

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Teen forward Jayden Danns has become the latest casualtyCredit: Getty

And a potential season-defining title showdown then follows on Sunday against City, who are just a point behind Premier League leaders Liverpool in the table.

However, Anfield boss Klopp is set to scramble for reinforcements from the academy after suffering yet another injury blow.

Teen whizz Jayden Danns has become the latest casualty after suffering concussion in the dramatic win at Nottingham Forest.

The forward, who also featured in the Carabao Cup win against Chelsea, has not been named in tonight’s squad to face Sparta.

And he joins no less than nine teammates in the medical room.

Goalie Alisson Becker remains missing, as do defenders Trent Alexander-Arnold and Joel Matip.

The absences of Stefan Bajcetic, Thiago Alcantara, Curtis Jones and Ryan Gravenberch also means Liverpool are light in midfield.

And up top, both Diogo Jota and Ben Doak are sidelined for the time being.

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However, Mo Salah could be back in business for the Reds after missing their last four matches.

Boss Klopp revealed: “Mo travelled, he is with us, he trained two days, so full of energy, we have to see.

Jurgen Klopp compares Liverpool youngster Jayden Danns to darts sensation and Man Utd fan Luke Littler
Mo Salah is back and could feature in the Europa League

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Mo Salah is back and could feature in the Europa LeagueCredit: PA

“But it is so good he is back, that is really good for us and you can see in his face he is very happy.

“A very unlucky situation with being that long out and in for a moment, if you want, at Brentford, played an incredible game there and was out again.

“That’s how it is. We want to be careful, we have to be careful, but in the middle of a super-intense period of the season we needed everybody.

“Now, let’s see how long we can use him. That’s how it is with him and with others as well.”

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