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Liverpool will be missing two of their most influential players when they take on Spurs at White Hart Lane later today.
The Reds were rocked during the week when it was revealed that Steven Gerrard faced up to 6 weeks on the side-lines with a hamstring injury.
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England man joins Daniel Sturridge on the injury list. The Striker is out with an ankle injury with their pair absence exposing the lack of depth that still exists in the Liverpool squad.
The absence of Gerrard means that Lucas will start in the midfield three alongside Jordan Henderson and the improving Joe Allen.
With Henderson, who has playing on the right of the front three in recent weeks, dropping back into the middle, Victor Moses and Luis Alberto are vying for the final position upfront alongside Luis Suarez and Philippe Coutinho.
At the back Mamadou Sakho will hope his performance against West Ham last time see him keep his place ahead of Vice-captain Daniel Agger. The Danish star missed the win over the Hammers through illness but is expected to return the squad.
Spurs meanwhile could start with Jermaine Defoe up front despite Roberto Soldado’s hat-trick in the Europa league.
The former Valencia has struggled this season but all that was forgotten on Thursday as the Spanish International rediscovered the form that saw Andre Villas-Boas fork out £26 million for his services.
Despite his return to form, the Portuguese manager has yet to decide where to stick or twist against the Reds.
We have to think about it,” he said. “It’s a bit premature. We always wanted to give this game to Roberto after two games in a row for Jermaine, who was deserving his chance as well.
“Now it’s about putting (together) the best possible strategy for the game and seeing what we can do.
“What this will help is put the player (Soldado) back with confidence with his final touch and a striker always lives off goals so it’s extremely important.”
Defoe is not only player pushing to be included on Sunday with Hugo Lloris, Michael Dawson, Kyle Walker, Paulinho, Nacer Chadli and Sandro all hoping to feature.
The club have turned the corner following back to back to defeats to Newcastle and Manchester City in November and are currently in the middle of a five game unbeaten run in all competitions.
They face a tough task against a Liverpool side currently second in the table and without just two defeats in their last 10 games.