Photos: Coutinho, Sturridge all smiles in Liverpool training session

Liverpool train at Melwood ahead of their Premier League trip to Aston Villa on Sunday

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Philippe Coutinho and Daniel Sturridge looked in good spirits as Liverpool continued their preparations for their Premier League trip to Aston Villa on Sunday afternoon at Melwood.

Jurgen Klopp’s men were put through their paces at the Merseyside outfit’s training base as they look to return to winning ways following their FA Cup exit at the hands of West Ham United in midweek.

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Sturridge has recently been sidelined with a string of injuries but is back available for selection.

Here are some of the best pictures from Liverpool’s training session at Melwood on Friday.

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