Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers has confirmed captain Steven Gerrard will be absent for four to six weeks due to a hamstring injury.
The Liverpool boss is optimistic his captain can minimise his time on the sidelines and says he is currently undergoing an extensive treatment programme
The defender recently returned to Brendan Rodgers' first team following injury and is keen to secure a starting berth as the Reds continue to keep pace with table-toppers Arsenal
The Tottenham midfielder plans to shut down his countryman with every bit as much wariness as he would Luis Suarez, and reveals how Lucas Leiva helped him come back from injury
The Reds and England skipper picked up a hamstring strain in Saturday's 4-1 win over West Ham and will miss vital clashes with Tottenham, Manchester City and Chelsea
Liverpool defender Martin Kelly feels he is almost at peak fitness after conceding it has taken longer than expected to push for a first-team return.
The defender has made three appearances as a substitute this season after recovering from a ruptured anterior cruciate ligament and is now targeting games from the start
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