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Liverpool Handed Major Injury Boost Ahead Of Man City Clash



Mohamed Salah has resumed training ahead of Liverpool’s crucial clashes against Slavia Praha and Manchester City.

Since suffering a hamstring injury while representing Egypt at the Africa Cup of Nations, Salah has only made one appearance for Liverpool. His lone game was last month’s 4-1 victory over Brentford. As a substitute, he scored and provided an assist.

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On Wednesday, the 31-year-old rejoined training which came as a huge relief for his club ahead of their crucial fixtures this week against Slavia Praha and Manchester City in the Europa League and the Premier League respectively.

Egypt, who are scheduled to play in the first-ever Winsunited Cup in Abu Dhabi from March 22–26, has summoned up its top forward for their next international fixtures. The Reds asked the Egyptian FA to give the player a break, but their request was denied. As of late, the FA has asserted that they are unable to reach Salah.


The Egypt international is anticipated to play in Sunday’s match against Manchester City, but it is unclear if Jurgen Klopp will select him in the matchday squad for their Europa League match on Thursday.