NewsLiverpool's injury list, suspensions and availability
Read the latest information on injuries, suspensions and availability in the Liverpool men's squad.
Last updated: November 11
Diaz was forced off in the first half of the Premier League meeting with Arsenal due to a knee problem but has now started running sessions as part of his ongoing recovery.
Jürgen Klopp on November 11: "Lucho is back on the pitch and running."
The No.20 was taken off on a stretcher in the closing stages of Liverpool's 1-0 victory over Manchester City and is facing a prolonged spell on the sidelines.
Klopp on October 19: "He will miss the World Cup. [It's a] pretty serious injury in the calf muscle and now the recovery process starts. We can say that because he will not be in for a long time; we talk about months. I don't want to put now a number on it because I always hope in the middle of the rehab there is a very positive development and we can cut days off the rehab phase, but it will be long."
Keita is continuing to recover from an injury and is currently undertaking running sessions.
Klopp on November 11: "Naby is out and running."
Matip has been sidelined since picking up a problem versus Arsenal in October but returned to team training ahead of the Premier League visit of Southampton.
Klopp on November 11: "Joel trained, he trained with us, he was in three-fourths, pretty much the whole session but the last bit he didn't do. But he is now obviously available as well – would be available but has only trained once with the team."
The Brazilian sustained an issue in the build-up to the Champions League fixture with Rangers at Anfield.
Klopp on October 28: "It's a long-term injury. When he's back, yeah, we will think about it again but in the moment it's too far away. I have no idea how long it will be but it will be long. It's a serious injury."
The vice-captain missed the games against Tottenham Hotspur and Derby County following a concussion, but is in line to return for the Premier League meeting with Southampton.
Klopp on November 11: "Millie is back in training today."
No Liverpool players are currently suspended.