Jamie Carragher has handed Liverpool an injury boost after being declared fit for Thursday’s Europa League clash with Unirea Urziceni.

The Reds defender was expected Liverpool’s Europa League clash after being forced off against Arsenal last week with a groin problem.

However, Carragher has recovered from the problem and has been able to take part in training this week.

Yossi Benayoun is also back in training after a month out with a rib injury and Reds boss Rafa Benitez will make a late decision on whether or not to use the Israeli against Unirea.

„Carra is training again and he will be available, which is very good news for us as he is an important player for us,” said Benitez.

„Yossi is training with the team. He still has a problem with his rib but at least he is training. We will decide about him on Thursday.”

Fernando Torres and Glen Johnson are both making progress on their returns to fitness from knee problems, but they are still a few weeks away from being available.

„Torres and Johnson are progressing and working with the fitness coach,” added Benitez.

Liverpool and Everton are both improving and Paul Merson can’t separate them on derby day.

Ian Snodin told Sky Sports News that Everton needn’t fear going to Anfield on Saturday.

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Carragher boost for Reds

Jamie Carragher has handed Liverpool an injury boost after being declared fit for Thursday’s Europa League clash with Unirea Urziceni.

The Reds defender was expected Liverpool’s Europa League clash after being forced off against Arsenal last week with a groin problem.

However, Carragher has recovered from the problem and has been able to take part in training this week.

Yossi Benayoun is also back in training after a month out with a rib injury and Reds boss Rafa Benitez will make a late decision on whether or not to use the Israeli against Unirea.

„Carra is training again and he will be available, which is very good news for us as he is an important player for us,” said Benitez.

„Yossi is training with the team. He still has a problem with his rib but at least he is training. We will decide about him on Thursday.”

Fernando Torres and Glen Johnson are both making progress on their returns to fitness from knee problems, but they are still a few weeks away from being available.

„Torres and Johnson are progressing and working with the fitness coach,” added Benitez.

Liverpool and Everton are both improving and Paul Merson can’t separate them on derby day.

Ian Snodin told Sky Sports News that Everton needn’t fear going to Anfield on Saturday.

Wayne Rooney’s got a century… but how does he compare to his former team-mate? Martin Tyler knows!

Liverpool’s 1-0 win over Wolves in 2004. Can you name the mystery starting XI?

Rafa Benitez has vowed to give the Europa League his best shot ahead of the clash with Unirea Urziceni.

Liverpool boss Rafa Benitez believes Javier Mascherano is setting an example to his team-mates.

Liverpool boss Rafa Benitez claims the clash with Manchester City will not decide who finishes in the top four.

Wolves owner Steve Morgan has said that Liverpool would be debt-free if his offer had been accepted.

Spain coach Vicente del Bosque wants Liverpool striker Fernando Torres to play less for the club so he is fit for the World Cup.

Read the article on Sky Sports

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