Alli and Lloris to miss Liverpool match, Poch discusses Lloris drink-driving

Alli and Lloris to miss Liverpool match, Poch discusses Lloris drink-driving

Tottenham were due to host Liverpool at their new ground, the opening game in their initial schedule, but will instead hold the game at Wembley, which means this will be Klopp's first visit to the national stadium since seeing his side taken apart by Maurico Pochettino's team one year ago.

Former England coach Gary Neville has led the calls for Kane to be given a rest after a below-par performance for his country against Spain last week. "I can't change that". There's no doubt that he's one of the best strikers or players in England and in Europe.

"It is going to demand a lot of energy from us - and to have a very good performance if we want to be close to winning". We know that it's not a situation that worries us.

Michel Vorm will deputise for captain Lloris, who this week pleaded guilty to drink-driving in London and was fined £50,000.

Boss Mauricio Pochettino supported his goalkeeper in the wake of his arrest, handing him the armband for the game at Manchester United, and has done so again, even though the full details of Lloris' crime were laid bare in court on Wednesday.

The Liverpool manager insists that the Brazilian midfielder, who is said to be the player that this team has been crying out for, is fully fit and says it will take time for him to settle. Everyone can make a mistake, he made a mistake and he is suffering. Whether we have the consistency is the big factor and we need to beat the teams we should beat while taking our share of scalps.

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"Of course, we have to".

"The plan was - and is still - he will make us better and that is what we are working on".

Lloris' injury seems to be the worse of the two as he's expected to be out several weeks.

Lloris, who has endured a hard few weeks on a personal level after being fined £50,000 and receiving a 20-month driving ban following his pleading guilty to drink-driving, misses this weekend's game with a hamstring injury, while Alli suffered a knock during England's 2-1 defeat to Spain last weekend and misses out.

Forward Heung-min Son is available, but unlikely to play a big part after participating in the Asian Games, immediately followed by this worldwide break.

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