SportDanny Ings to miss Spurs clash

20:50  07 march  2019
20:50  07 march  2019 Source:   readsport.co

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Danny Ings has added to the injury crisis confronting Jurgen Klopp after the Liverpool striker was ruled out for the season. Liverpool have been dealt another blow after it emerged Danny Ings (centre) would miss the rest of the season. Spurs will also be without Ryan Mason and Nabil Bentaleb.

Danny Ings to miss Spurs clash © Matthew Lewis/Getty Images Sport Burnley FC v Southampton FC - Premier League

Southampton will still be without Danny Ings for this weekend’s visit of Spurs, with the striker still out with injury.

Saints boss Ralph Hassenhuttl confirmed the news ahead of the matchup with Tottenham.

Ings has been out of action since the 2nd February after picking up a hamstring injury in the draw with Burnley.

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Danny Ings was left out of Liverpool's Under-23 squad for their derby clash with Everton, paving the Danny Ings trained with Liverpool's squad at Melwood on Sunday. It meant Ings missed the Reds' U23 derby win over rivals Everton. Ings is in contention to feature in the EFL Cup clash with Tottenham.

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The striker has yet to return to first team training, and Hasenhuttl revealed they are targeting the end of March for Ings return.

Danny Ings to miss Spurs clash © Matthew Lewis/Getty Images Sport Matthew Lewis/Getty Images Sport

Hassenhuttl said, via Sky Sports:

“No, he is not in the group at the moment, we have not taken any risks. We want to give him the time to come back in this three-week break we have after the Tottenham game.”

“We have one friendly game against a Championship team and then maybe he can get 45 minutes to build him up for the games that are coming up then because they are very important.”

Ings has been crucial for Saints since making the move from Liverpool, and Ralph Hassenhuttl’s side have struggled without the forward.

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