A reported knee injury suffered by Liverpool striker Luis Suarez could see the Uruguayan miss his country's match with England at the World Cup.
According to various media reports, the Uruguayan striker suffered a knee twist during training ahead of the Brazil tournament and is due to undergo surgery for meniscus damage.
The surgery is usually thought to require between four and six weeks' recovery.
England face Uruguay on 19 June in the second match of the group stages - exactly four weeks from today.
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