Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp is uncertain whether Mo Salah, Darwin Nunez and Dominik Szoboszlai will be fit for their FA Cup clash with Southampton.

Liverpool’s injury problems continue to pile up with numerous first team players ruled out ahead of the fifth round tie at Anfield tomorrow night.

Just two days on from their Carabao Cup Final victory over Chelsea, Klopp is assessing the progress of key players who were not able to feature at Wembley.

He said: “We need miracles with a few players.

“That’s why I don’t want to rule out for too long but it’s touch-and-go for the boys who were not available for the final.

“Darwin, Mo, Dom, we have to see what they can do today (in training).”

Klopp also disclosed Liverpool are without Ryan Gravenberch, stretchered off at Wembley on Sunday, and Thiago.

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“Ryan is not available the recent injury could have been a lot worse.

“There is no time scale on (Thiago injury). I don’t know if he can play again. It’s his (hip).”

And he told Merseysportlive he is pleased with the depth of his squad this season after injuries have caused the Liverpool manager to make 217 changes to his starting line-up in all competitions this season – the most by far of any team in the Premier League.

“Our squad is deeper than we thought before the season to be honest,” he said.

“Without the kids we wouldn’t be here where we are now.

“The rest is quite normal because of the amount of games we have had.

“I’m more than happy with the squad. Yes, we won two days ago in the final because of the mood in the dressing room.

“With each team you could lose the final against Chelsea, but the general feeling is positive.”

The German also heaped huge praise on the Sky Bet Championship in the lead up to facing the Saints.

“I love the Championship, the intensity of football there is insane the league is incredible.

“There are really good coaches with really good clubs.”

Klopp also questioned whether Southampton would field their strongest XI at Anfield.

The Saints could go within two points of the second automatic promotion spot in the EFL Championship with victory over Birmingham on Saturday.

“It’s quite impressive what’s happening there.

“They are not in the best result moment and have an important game on Saturday again.

“I don’t know he (Russell Martin) is weighing it up (team selection).”

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