Liverpool had just two players named in the England 2020 Euro squad this summer.
Trent Alexander-Arnold and Jordan Henderson were both named in Gareth Southgate's side.
Unfortunately, Trent Alexander-Arnold was injured in England's 1-0 win over Austria and will be out for the remainder of the competition.
It was revealed that Alexander-Arnold suffered a grade two quad tear in the match and he will be out for four to six weeks.
As a result of this, Trent Alexander-Arnold will be departing the England camp.
The other Liverpool player in the England squad, Jordan Henderson, did not feature in the match against Austria.
Gareth Southgate took to the press to discuss the Liverpool captain's fitness.
“If we can get [Jordan Henderson] close to being able to contribute on the pitch against Croatia that will be a real bonus at the moment,” Southgate revealed.
“The timelines are getting more difficult with each training session he might miss. But I’m being very realistic about what’s possible here. We feel he is such an important influence around the place.”
The England manager ended the line of questioning by refusing to rule out Henderson from playing in England's next match.
“I don’t think it would be fair to rule him out of it but I think it’s clear to everyone how much football he’s missed.”