May 23, 2022

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Luis Diaz will not play for Liverpool against.  Aston Villa?  - International Football - Sport

Luis Diaz will not play for Liverpool against. Aston Villa? – International Football – Sport

Luis Diaz never tires of shining at every opportunity he has with Liverpool. However, after the difficult match in the Champions League last Tuesday, he also started the weekend with a 1-1 draw against Tottenham, in the Premier League, where he scored a goal and played the whole match. The reason they come from is an important material request.

Apparently, according to the English press, it’s time for Diaz to rest, at least against Aston Villa, in the match that will be played on Tuesday, 2:00 pm (ESPN). This is due to the fact that the FA Cup Final will take place in the same week against Chelsea and Lucho comes from playing 22 games since his relegation with the Reds and 61 over the course of the season, adding matches with Porto and the Colombian national team. At least according to what the Liverpool media say, Diaz will be interested and will miss the Aston Villa match.

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Will Lucho miss Tuesday’s game?

“I’m fighting”, working with “reds”.

“In the same week as the FA Cup final, Jurgen Klopp will be thinking a lot about the team especially because of the data from his medical department, after a busy few weeks.”, he referred to the famous “Liverpool Echo” which highlights the number of minutes Luis Diaz has spent this season. According to the English medium, the Colombian is resting.

“If he proves his fitness, Firmino will take a place on the bench and it could be a chance for Diego Jota to start in the middle given that Sadio Mane, Luis Diaz and Mohamed Salah are Klopp’s favorite combination in the big matches since the Colombian. He joined at the end of January”confirmed to the newspaper.

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And added: “Perhaps this is a perfect turn to give the tireless South American some time with his feet up? After all, he’s already played 22 games for the Reds since making his debut in early February against Cardiff City.”

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This Tuesday, around noon, it is known whether Diaz will have minutes against Aston Villa or not.