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Liverpool defender Kolo Toure must be really praying his nightmare should end already as every time he starts a game, he gets injured, which means his chances of staking his claim for a regular place in the team is not looking likely. The only thing he has going for him though is that these injuries never last long but he bounces back in no time from them and it looks like he may be back from his latest injury ahead of schedule.

Toure’s season so far:

* 17 Sep: Started against Bordeaux, but subbed on 28 minutes after colliding with Simon Mignolet.

* 01 Oct: started against Sion, but subbed off again after picking up another injury.

* 28 Oct: Started against Bournemouth in the League Cup, but pulled up lame after 33 minutes, and got subbed off yet again.

Toure seems incredibly injury prone at the moment, and after the Bournemouth injury, the Liverpool Echo said, “Kolo Toure suffered a hamstring strain in the 1-0 win over Bournemouth [and] it’s feared that he will be out for two to four weeks”.

But it looks like Toure has made a miracle recovery, as he’s travelled to Russia for today’s Europa League clash with Rubin Kazan.

If Toure is fit again, there’s a strong possibility that he may feature in tonight’s game as Skrtel and Sakho have played a lot of games recently, and Klopp could decide to go with a Toure-Lovren partnership to at least give the former due some much needed rest. Maybe Toure will finally find his injury-free luck and get back into his normal self on the pitch.


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