Liverpool can temporarily move above Spurs ahead of Ange Postecoglou's side facing Chelsea on Monday night by beating Luton Town away from home on Sunday. Manchester City hosts Bournemouth on Saturday before Arsenal travels to Newcastle United later the same day.

Jürgen Klopp's side goes into the weekend in fourth spot but the Premier League table is beginning to take shape. Wins against Luton and Brentford before the international break would place Liverpool handily before the big clash with Manchester City in the first match back after the latest set of international fixtures.

And then there is more progress to be made in the Europa League, with a trip to Toulouse coming up next week. Win that, and pole position in the group should be nearly secured. That would avoid adding in another round of games in 2024 when the third-placed Champions League teams join Europe's second-tier competition.

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First up, though, is Luton, and Klopp and his side will only be looking ahead one game at a time. Here, has all you need to know about the latest injuries ahead of that fixture.

Thiago Alcântara and Stefan Bajčetić

Neither Thiago Alcântara nor Stefan Bajčetić are back in training for Liverpool yet after long injuries, Pep Lijnders confirmed ahead of Liverpool beating Bournemouth. An exact timeline for either coming back into the fold has not yet been made public.

Liverpool has enough depth to getting along in the meantime but it would be a major boost to have the extra quality of the Spanish pair, and the experience in the case of Thiago. The Reds will be careful and take no risks with either player.

Andy Robertson

Liverpool will be without first-choice left-back Andy Robertson for a while yet with the Scotland captain having undergone successful surgery on a shoulder injury. Kostas Tsimikas is primed to deputize most often in his absence.

Young defender Luke Chambers was not involved at all against Bournemouth, though it is unclear why that was the case. Calum Scanlon was an unused substitute. Joe Gomez is another option to play at left-back if required.

Luis Díaz

The situation involving Luis Díaz's parents is still ongoing and that has to be the main priority for the Colombian, who has sat out the wins over Nottingham Forest and Bournemouth.

Díaz's younger brother, Jesús, 19, who plays for Colombian second division side Barranquilla, returned to playing quickly after the situation was made public, but there is absolutely no pressure on a return for the Liverpool winger, with the club doing everything it can to help support him.

The most likely front three for Liverpool against Luton is Diogo Jota, Darwin Núñez and Mohamed Salah, with Cody Gakpo an option to come off the bench. That shows the level of attacking depth that the Reds now have, with Ben Doak back from injury now as well.