Liverpool left London disappointed following the 1-1 draw against Luton at Kenilworth Road. Many expected Jürgen Klopp's side to walk away from the north London outfit with all three points, yet the home side proved their mettle and frustrated Liverpool. The end result was a stalemate in which Liverpool scored in the dying seconds thanks to Luis Díaz.

Liverpool now sit third in the Premier League table, three points away from league leaders Manchester City. The two sides are set to meet at the end of the month, and as always when these two clash, there are sure to be fireworks.

Last season, Liverpool's season was continually hamstrung by a litany of injuries to many of Klopp's key players. This season, however, things are different: the infirmary isn't as busy as a year ago, yet the German is still without some players.

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Here is the latest injury situation going into the Europa League game against Toulouse on Thursday, November 9. Alexis Mac Allister will be suspended against Brentford at the weekend so he will be likely to play midweek in Europe as a result.

Thiago Alcântara and Stefan Bajčetić

Neither Thiago Alcântara nor Stefan Bajčetić are back in training for Liverpool yet after long injuries. Klopp spoke recently about the Spaniard, stating that he won't take to the field again until early 2024.

"It's an ongoing thing and we cannot put any kind of pressure on there as well," said Klopp on November 3. "We expect him to be back and I would say probably the start of the New Year." Thiago last played for Liverpool in the 2-1 win at West Ham in late April.

As for Bajčetic, Klopp also believes that the player isn't close to a return to the field, with patience the word. "We don't know [when he will be back]. With Stefan it's, again, one of these things. Stefan's quality, potential, talent, everybody could see and it's incredible — what a player — but the body was not ready yet," said Klopp.

Andy Robertson and Curtis Jones

The Scot was injured while on international duty for his country in the Euro 2024 qualifier with Spain. Robertson landed awkwardly on his shoulder and had to be taken off during the encounter. He had surgery to repair the damage, and Klopp is unsure at this stage how long the 29-year-old will be out of action.

"Robbo had surgery and [it] all went well, as good as it could be, so the recovery starts after he wakes up," Klopp said on October 25. "I think it happened this morning. That's it. We don't know how long it will take or whatever, but the first step is done, that's good."

Kostas Tsimikas has filled in regularly for Robertson at left-back, but we've also seen Luke Chambers receive a start in the Europa League win against Toulouse. Calum Scanlon is another young option who could be turned to.

Jones, meanwhile, missed the Luton game with a 'minor fitness issue', and it's unclear if he will return for the Toulouse game at this stage. An update could be provided during Klopp's press conference but he is not expected to be missing for long and could feature in at least one of the fixtures this week.