Published: Tue, September 18, 2018
Sport | By Gary Shelton

How Liverpool could line-up vs PSG if Roberto Firmino is injured

How Liverpool could line-up vs PSG if Roberto Firmino is injured

Asked whether he thought that Liverpool away has come too early for his team, Tuchel confessed that he would have liked more time with his players before facing such a challenge.

Mohamed Salah has said that he believes Liverpool are capable of winning both the Premier League and Champions League this season.

Should Firmino not be passed fit, it could mean a change in formation for Klopp, as he will be without a couple of other forwards in Dominic Solanke and Divock Origi, who both picked up injuries whilst playing for the under-23 side over the weekend.

"We anticipate a big Champions League match", he said.

Writing for the Liverpool Echo, Aldo declared: "Liverpool have to be careful when they face Neymar because for me he's the biggest cheat in world football".

"That's the only thng that could go wrong with Liverpool keeping the squad of players". Tottenham's extra man in midfielder rarely told as Milner commanded central areas in a typically tireless performance, as Jordan Henderson and the still unused Fabinho looked on from the bench.

Without their talisman, the Pharaohs were beaten by Uruguay in their opening game and his goals against Russian Federation and Saudi Arabia couldn't prevent Egypt returning home without a single point.

Graphic content: Liverpool forward Roberto Firmino's left eye was scratched during Saturday's game (Sunday NZ time) at Tottenham and he could miss the Champions League group-stage opener against Paris Saint-Germain. That's why Champions League football is so cool. Firmino has scored 29 goals in 59 games, Mane 24 in 49 and Salah a remarkable 46 goals in 57 games.

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A win and Liverpool are well on their way to escaping this hard group.

This is Klopp's third full season - and he had most of the 2015-16 campaign - so realistically, given the investment and talent at his disposal, he should be expected to win a trophy this term.

Both sides have made flawless starts to their domestic campaigns so far with the two European heavyweights winning all five in their respected leagues.

"But I watched Paris, I watched them last year and I watched them this year, and it is impressive", Klopp said. Everybody who saw the picture after the game, we were all shocked.

"Klopp has the squad for it and this is the year that, if you're Klopp, you've got to win a trophy". It's fantastic that we've won all five games.

Inevitably, something which is part of life at Anfield, expectations will soar in line with the emotion that fuels their support and Klopp must deal with that.

The Reds welcome last season's outright favourites to Anfield, with the hosts hoping to build on their European heroics that took them all the way to the final in Kiev last-time-out.

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