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As a result, Liverpool have received a huge injury boost ahead of tonight’s Premier League match against Arsenal



Liverpool spotted injured

Mohamed Salah is spotted with Liverpool squad amid a slew of injuries ahead of Arsenal match.

In the 2-0 win over Brighton & Hove Albion on Saturday, there was concern that Mohamed Salah would miss the match due to an injury.

Having to watch his team play against the Egyptian star would have been a great relief for Gunners boss Mikel Arteta. However, it appears any injury worries were unfounded as Salah appears to be in the squad for tonight’s match.

One Liverpool fan captured the squad, led by Jurgen Klopp, taking a walk around central London before tonight’s match. It appears to be part of a pre-match routine, with the squad all walking together before the game.

During the pre-match press conference, manager Klopp had already addressed any fears his star player would miss the match by saying that Salah would be walking with his teammates.

In any case, Klopp said: “his quite a tough cookie. We were very happy and lucky. Swollen, painful, but today less so. We got a message that he’s ready to train.

On the south coast, Salah made way for Diogo Jota shortly after the hour mark after suffering a knock to his foot during the second half. Indications that his participation in the match against Arsenal would be in doubt after he was forced to undergo tests for the injury inevitably spread.

Arteta spoke about Liverpool ahead of the clash: “Credit to Jurgen, to the coaching staff and to the club for what they have created. It isn’t just about creating a team that can perform well. It’s about creating a cultural understanding of who Liverpool is in achieving the best.

With seven goals in nine Premier League games against Arsenal, Salah will be hoping to make it a third time in a row that he finds the back of the net against Arteta’s men.

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