The 23-year-old Liverpool-born Right back; Trent Alexander-Arnold had a groin injury last month. The injury forced him to sit out the champions league fixture against Porto where Liverpool won 5-1. He missed the big clash against Manchester City where the reds drew 2-2 at home. James Milner replaced the right-back in both the matches.
Alexander Arnold was the only right-back left in the Liverpool squad after Neco Williams injury. Thus, Mr reliable James Milner had to step up as the substitute fill the empty shoes in the Reds previous fixtures.
It becomes difficult for Liverpool to get a right-back because he has to sit behind Trent in the pecking order. Trent is just 23 years old so he will definitely improve to be the best in his position. Thus, having him out will leave Liverpool in a tough spot
Trent Alexander-Arnold is back in training
With Players returning from the international break, the Reds have a problem that the Brazilians Alisson and Fabinho aren’t available for the fixture. While Diego Jota returned to Merseyside with an Injury.
A positive side for Jurgen Klopp is that the young right-back Trent alexander-Arnold Is believed to be available for a trip to vicarage road to face Watford. Trent will not only boost up the defensive line but will also play a vital role in Liverpool’s attacking department. Trent has created more chances than any other player for the Reds in the Premier League.
With Alisson not in goal it is good for Liverpool to have their best defensive line up against the Hornets, and with Fabinho and Thiago out James Milner can bring out the strength in midfield giving the red more options in the centre of the field.
With ‘no. 66’ back in the lineup, Liverpool will fancy their chances to take all three points from their away trip.