Liverpool: BT Sport presenter drops exciting early team news claim

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BT Sport presenter Jules Breach has been speaking on the Chasing Green Arrows YouTube channel about the likelihood of Mohamed Salah starting for Liverpool on Sunday.

The Egyptian winger was forced off prematurely last Saturday during Liverpool’s FA Cup final victory against Chelsea – the second final that Salah has had to leave early through injury during his Reds career, with him missing out on the majority of the Champions League final defeat to Real Madrid in 2018.

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While Jurgen Klopp has confirmed that Salah’s injury is not thought to be anything serious, it’s bad enough to keep him out of the game this evening against Southampton, although he could be in line for a return in the final game of the season, according to Breach.

Speaking on Monday, the BT Sport presenter was quite confident that Liverpool would be lining up with Salah this weekend, as she said: “I think Salah, as long as he’s on the bench tomorrow night, and I think he will be because I think Jurgen Klopp’s said already that him and Van Dijk should be fine.

“So, I don’t know if Salah will play tomorrow, but I do believe that going into the final game of the season, he starts that match.”

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While Salah playing on Sunday is a possibility, there would remain a question over his fitness, and if he did feature against Wolves on the final day of the season and aggravate the injury even further, that could possibly put him out for the Champions League final the following weekend.

Salah has not been on the best run of form of late, with just two goals from his last 13 appearances across all competitions, but he’s been so deadly for Liverpool over the years, that just having him on the pitch always gives them a chance of winning, and if the title is still up for grabs on the final day, Klopp might run the risk of playing his mercurial winger.

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