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The Frenchman, who now has a thigh injury, was fined £50,000 and banned from driving for 20 months for the offence which occurred in August.
His teammate, Dele Alli, has also been ruled out of the Liverpool game after picking up a hamstring injury while on worldwide duty with England.
France's World Cup-winning captain Lloris is "expected to be out for several weeks" with a thigh injury according to the club, while manager Mauricio Pochettino is more hopeful Alli could return in time for the trip to Brighton on Sep 22.
The Argentine boss confirmed Lloris would continue in the role and again insisted the goalkeeper regrets the incident after he was banned from driving for 20 months on Wednesday and fined £50,000. "He is the first to tell me that he made a mistake, this is a lesson for everyone". He made a mistake and he is suffering. We are not God and cannot judge people. The staff, the club, the fans, us, and he said "Any decision that you take gaffer, or the club, I think is fair".
Speaking ahead of his side's Premier League clash against Liverpool, Pochettino moved to defend his goalkeeper, stating: "Will he stay as captain?" Only we need to try [to ensure] that he understands and he understands that it was a mistake. 'You learn that today football is not only what happens on the pitch, it's many things that happen around and we need to be ready to deal with all these situations that in the end affect the result on the pitch.
"We are disappointed because we are going to miss him for this game and maybe against Inter in the Champions League".
Midfielder Moussa Sissoko will be another absentee for the Wembley meeting with Liverpool but, while Harry Winks could be in contention to start, his manager said the Englishman's ankle condition is "chronic".
"He's a little but unlucky", Pochettino told Sky Sports News.
"Hopefully everything is going well and he can be back as soon as possible, like Dele".
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