Jurgen Klopp has provided an injury update after Trent Alexander-Arnold was forced off against Bournemouth.
Liverpool were back in Premier League action after their entertaining 1-1 draw against Chelsea last week.
The Reds were hosting Bournemouth at Anfield and found themselves behind after just three minutes courtesy of Antoine Semenyo’s strike.
However, Liverpool produced a spirited display to win the match 3-1, thanks to goals from Luis Diaz, Mohammed Salah and Diogo Jota.
After 76 minutes, Alexander-Arnold was replaced by Joe Gomez after he was seen limping on the pitch.
Amid concerns over the seriousness of the injury, Liverpool boss Klopp has provided an update after the 3-1 victory for his side.
He said: “He got a kick and it’s pretty painful but as far as he felt it, it didn’t twist or anything, it was a kick.
“That’s why we changed it. Hopefully he is okay.”
During the match, Liverpool’s summer signing Alexis Mac Allister was shown a straight red card for his challenge on Ryan Christie.
Speaking about the red card after the match, Klopp said: “I am not sure it is clear and obvious with the way we use VAR [for the red card]. There is contact. I don't want to give advice to the refs but if he gives a yellow I don't think anyone says it is a red card. I can't believe that. Yes there is contact, this is clear.
“But this happens all the time in the game. There must be a different intention behind when it is a red card. Let's see what we can do. We will try to talk to people.”
He added: “Harsh. We have to speak about it. What you can see in the pictures is yes there is contact but that is it.
“It was straight, there was no real power in the foot. There was contact but there is contact in a game all the time. I think if he gives a yellow card nobody would say, 'by the way you need to have another look at that.’”
Whilst Bournemouth boss Andoni Iraola said: “I don’t know. In real life, it did not look like a red card.”
Mac Allister could miss Liverpool’s next three matches against Newcastle United, Aston Villa and Wolverhampton Wanderers.