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Liverpool's Alisson and Fabinho to miss Watford game and fly directly to Madrid

Brazilian pair Alisson and Fabinho will miss Liverpool's Chief Association outing to Watford with the club choosing to fly them straightforwardly to Spain to plan for Tuesday's Heroes Association conflict with Atletico Madrid. 


Jurgen Klopp chose the pair got "zero chance" of highlighting in Saturday's down at Vicarage Street following their global responsibilities in South America. 


Brazil's down against Uruguay began at 1.30am UK time on Friday — only 35 hours before start off against Watford. Fabinho played 71 minutes in the 4-1 success with Alisson an unused substitute. 


Klopp, who is irate over the planning, affirmed that Liverpool had recently mentioned to have Saturday's down set back yet neither the Head Association nor Watford were able to concur. 


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"The choice we made is the young men will go straightforwardly to Madrid and sit tight there for us," says Klopp. 


"We got no opportunity. Somebody chose to allow Brazil the opportunity to play a couple of hours prior. Another person chose we needed to play at 12.30 Saturday. It wasn't in our grasp. 


"Individuals say 'goodness, however that is the reason you have a major crew', yet you don't have a major crew for issues with football affiliations. 


"Atletico aren't playing at the end of the week. Something to that effect could never occur here. 


"We asked distinctly for a couple of more hours so that might have made it a touch more probable they might have played. Bringing them for a 12.30 there was no possibility to play. On the off chance that we had played in the evening we would have likely attempted it yet neither Watford or the Head Association were available to that. 


"I don't believe it's happened a ton of times before that players are not accessible for organization reasons." 


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