Liverpool prepare to welcome back skipper Gerrard

Liverpool captain Steven Gerrard could make a return to action in the Premier League clash against Hull City on Wednesday after being out since December 7th with injury.

Liverpool captain Steven Gerrard could make a return to action in the Premier League clash against Hull City on Wednesday after being out since December 7th with injury.

Boss Brendan Rodgers told the club's official website: "Joe (Allen) will probably be out for a few weeks with an abductor strain.

"Sakho, we're just waiting for confirmation on his hamstring strain. Glen Johnson came off at Chelsea, but that was tactical and wasn't injury enforced.

"There were one or two other niggles that we'll just assess in the next 24 hours.

"Steven has joined back in training, so we'll see how he is for Hull, and I would think that probably by the Stoke game on 12 January, we'll have a number of the others who'll not be too far away.

"But certainly for the Hull game we'll have to rely on more or less what we had.

"Jordan Henderson is fine. He's on his first day of recovery today. He's still sore, but he's a real solider and should be fine."

 
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