Liverpool's problems continued on Tuesday night as Dirk Kuyt and Daniel Agger both sustained injuries while on international duty.
The Reds are anxiously awaiting the judgement of a High Court case in a battle for ownership at Anfield, but they also have problems on the field.
Roy Hodgson's team sit in the Premier League relegation zone ahead of Sunday's Merseyside derby against Everton, so news of injuries to Kuyt and Agger will come as an additional frustration.
Kuyt's injury could be the more serious as he lasted only 29 minutes of Holland's game against Sweden before leaving with what appeared to be a bad ankle injury.
Agger, making his comeback from a groin problem, lasted only 39 minutes of Denmark's game against Cyprus.
According to Liverpool's official website, both players will be assessed on their return to the club's Melwood training ground before any decision is made about the weekend.