According to that, then, Babel should be fit for Sunday, Torres at the beginning of December (after Fiorentina, I think), and Kelly isn't clear at all.
He was meant to be out 2 or 3 weeks at the end of October, meaning he should have been back for a while already.
Kelly had a set back according to this interview on 17 November:
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JOHNSON INSPIRATION FOR INJURED DEFENDER
Martin Kelly claims he is modelling his game on England’s top right-back in a bid to force his way on to Rafa Benitez’s teamsheet.
The 19-year-old made his first start for Liverpool when he deputised for the injured Glen Johnson against Lyon last month.
His performance reminded onlookers of the England man - and Kelly admits his senior colleague has been an inspiration since arriving from Portsmouth in the summer.
"He's a great player - England's first-choice right-back," Kelly told Liverpoolfc.tv. "There's no one better to model yourself on. It's great to watch him and play with him in training.
"I thought I did well against Lyon. It was my debut and there was pressure - it was my big chance. I thought I took it well.
"Rafa picks the team and there is a great squad here, but as long as I am in and around the squad and training with them, then it can only help me. If I keep working hard I hope I'll get another chance."
Despite an assured display, Kelly's night ended in misery after being forced from the pitch on 74 minutes with an ankle injury.
The youngster was on the cusp of a return but a scan on Sunday revealed a fresh strain in the bottom of his leg.
After spending time with Johnson in the treatment room, Kelly is eager to continue his development back on the training ground.
He explained: "I came back but in my first training session I knocked it again. I went for a scan on Sunday and it showed I have a little strain on my ankle. It's another seven to 10 days.
"It's a setback but I've just got to work hard with the physios to try and get back as soon as possible.
"As a footballer you are going to get injuries. The thing that matters is how you come back from them.
"Obviously I was gutted with the timing of it. There's been a few injuries around the first team so I could have got another chance but I'm still young and hopefully when I'm back I'll have more chances to show what I can do." http://www.liverpoolfc.tv/news/archivedirs/news/2009/nov/17/N166480091117-0848.htm
So, if that's accurate he could be back very soon, as long as he doesn't pick up another knock.