Liverpool defender Trent Alexander-Arnold has recovered from the calf injury that made him miss the three England games in November. The right-back returned to Liverpool action at the weekend during the win over Wolves in the Premier League. He was a second half substitute as the Reds secured another league victory at home this season. Liverpool beat Wolves 4-0 at home to record their sixth victory from six home games in the league this term.
Trent Alexander-Arnold played the final 22 minutes of the Wolves game after coming on in the place of Neco Williams in the second half. He had missed the last four games in the colours of the Reds before returning to action against midlands club Wolves at Anfield on Sunday night. Trent Alexander-Arnold has missed the past games as a result of the calf problem sustained by the England right-back during the Manchester City clash at the Etihad Stadium last month. Continue reading ENGLAND DEFENDER RETURNS FROM INJURY