Liverpool are set to be without goalkeeper Alisson Becker and forward Diogo Jota for a spell after both picked up injuries during a 1-1 draw at Manchester City, manager Jurgen Klopp said on Wednesday.
Liverpool will become the latest team to attempt to storm Manchester City's Etihad fortress this weekend as Everton focus on Premier League survival following a punishing points deduction for breaching financial rules.
Dominant City have won the title in five of the past six seasons, with Liverpool the only team to break that run in 2020.
Toulouse now sit on seven points, two behind the Premier League club and three ahead of third-placed St Gilloise in Group E
Liverpool continued their stranglehold over local rivals Everton to go top of the Premier League on Saturday, but had fortune on their side as Mohamed Salah's double secured a 2-0 win at Anfield.
Liverpool closed in on the Europa League knockout rounds with a 2-0 win over Union Saint-Gilloise on Thursday, while Brighton fought back to secure their first European point in a thrilling 2-2 draw at Marseille.
Liverpool's Premier League title credentials face a stiff test at a resurgent Tottenham on Saturday as the Reds aim to keep pace with relentless leaders Manchester City.
Alexander Isak scored the only goal at St. James' Park in a clash between two much-changed sides.
After a sharp decline in standards last season, Liverpool look more like their old selves in the early weeks of the new campaign as five wins and a draw in their first six Premier League games sees Klopp's men sit two points adrift of Manchester City at the top of the table.