Jurgen Klopp’s men have beaten Ajax, Sheffield United and FC Midtjylland in successive games, despite a number of injury problems.
Liverpool hope to build on three consecutive wins when they face West Ham United in Anfield on Saturday.
Here is an overview of Liverpool’s injured players as they prepare for the Reds’ Premier League match against West Ham
Here you will find the latest updates to the Liverpool Injury List.
The Reds are now without some key players for the upcoming games.
The head of the Reds, Jurgen Klopp, will report on Fabinho’s condition to the media on Friday.
Fabinho became the latest victim of Liverpool’s increasing injury problems when he came into the game with a hamstring problem in the first half of his victory over Midtjylland.
Scans have taken place since then and Liverpool will probably have to do without the midfielder, who has done well as central defender for the Reds, until after the international break.
Liverpool will have to do without Virgil van Dijk for at least most of the season after he suffered a serious ACL injury against Everton.
Liverpool are reluctant to set a time frame, but the Reds’ defender may not play against the Reds this season.
The Reds’ inspirational central defender was taken by surprise by a horror challenge from Jordan Pickford and successfully operated in London this week.
Initially it was feared that the injury was serious when the contract was signed this summer, but a scan brought the Reds positive news and the Spanish player was seen training alone before the game in Midtjylland.
Midfielder Thiago Alcantara was also injured in the derby after he was injured at the end of a wild loss by Richarlison, for which the striker was sent off the field by Everton.
Jurgen Klopp will provide another update in his press conference today.
However, he was not on the pictures of the Reds’ full team training session last night, so there are still doubts as to whether he will be available for West Ham.