Tottenham Hotspur midfielder James Maddison will reportedly have a scan on a knee injury ahead of this weekend's clash against Liverpool.
The England international was substituted in the second half of Sunday's 2-2 draw with Arenal after jolting his knee in a coming together with Jorginho. However, despite initial fears of a serious injury, he did manage to briefly play on at the Emirates.
According to Football. London, Maddison, who continued his fine form in North London by grabbing two assists against the Gunners, is set to have a scan on the knee injury that prematurely ended his involvement in Sunday's pulsating encounter.
Speaking after the game, Maddison confirmed he was injured saying: "Yeah I jolted my knee, Jorginho kicked my knee and my leg just jolted a bit. I've done about six interviews and haven't actually seen the physios yet so I'm going to get it checked out in a sec."
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However, despite the setback, the report from Football. London adds that the "initial feeling from the player after the game about his knee was positive" ahead of this weekend's game against Liverpool.
Liverpool make the trip to the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium on Saturday evening looking for a seventh straight win in the Premier League after defeating West Ham United at Anfield on Sunday. However, before that will be the visit of Leicester City to Anfield in the League Cup.
Tottenham, meanwhile, will be afforded a six-day break ahead of Saturday's return to action in North London with Ange Postecoglou's men having been knocked out of the League Cup by Fulham last month.Read on liverpoolecho.co.uk