Manager Brendan Rodgers knows that Liverpool's defensive problems is something which cannot be ignored
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QPR midfield duo Joey Barton and Jordon Mutch will miss the visit of Liverpool on Sunday as they both remain sidelined with hamstring injuries.
Despite having extra time to recover over the international break, the pair will not be fit to line up at Loftus Road as the Hoops look to move off the foot of the Premier League table.
Manager Harry Redknapp is hopeful Niko Kranjcar will be involved despite the Croatian midfielder suffering a broken toe in training but Alejandro Faurlin (knee) is a long-term absentee.
Provisional QPR squad: Green, McCarthy, Hill, Dunne, Ferdinand, Onuoha, Caulker, Yun, Traore, Isla, Henry, Sandro, Fer, Hoilett, Phillips, Kranjcar, Wright-Phillips, Austin, Zamora, Vargas.
First team coach Mike Marsh insists Liverpool's approach to training and recovery will not change despite their approaching busy schedule.
The club's training methods were criticised by England manager Roy Hodgson in the continuing fall-out from teenage forward Raheem Sterling's telling the national team boss he was tired ahead of their Euro 2016 qualifier in Estonia.
– Liverpool first team coach Mike Marsh
It's a tough fixture list with the amount of games and the quality of the opposition so we know it's going to be tough, but the more players we have available the better.
With England there has been a lot of discussion recently. We don't really change. Our fitness programmes have been well documented.
We try to recover the players as best we can to prepare for the games.
We have a couple of days' recovery after the game and we work with the group that don't start (the previous match) and we build up to the next game and once one game finishes we try to recover as soon as possible.
We try different ways. We do quite a lot of analysis with the players so we break them up into smaller groups and get players' feedback in different ways.
Luis Suarez has told fcbarcelona.com he has no regrets about the incident which resulted in an eight match ban after he was found guilty of racially abusing Patrice Evra in 2011.
Speaking less than two weeks before he's expected to make a competitive debut for Barcelona, having sat out the season's first two months after biting Giorgio Chiellini, the former Liverpool striker said:
– Barcelona striker Luis Suarez
When I say I’m sorry it’s because I regret something. Being sorry implies regret. But they have also sometimes judged me on things that aren’t true, such as the racism thing. I was accused without evidence and that’s what grieved me the most. The others were actions when it was me who did wrong. I accepted that and begged forgiveness, but the racism thing, when I was accused without evidence, that did upset me.
Anyone ever drive to there previous employment without thinking? I've just drove to Melwood! Supposed to be going the gym!!