13 Jan, 14:30
Liverpool has been handed a huge fitness boost after winger Mohamed Salah was declared fit to face Manchester City on Sunday.
The Egyptian was sidelined for a couple of weeks due to a groin injury but as a huge boost for Liverpool, the Egyptian is now finally fit and will most likely feature in the game against Manchester City this weekend. Salah has been in fine form this season, leading the goalscoring charts for Liverpool so far and playing an instrumental role in the Reds success.
The 25-year-old has been the go-to goalscorer at Liverpool and it will be in the Reds best interest to field their most talented player in a game of this magnitude.
Having Salah available in this fixture is even more important this time around, especially after considering the fact that Liverpool lost Philippe Coutinho earlier this week and he will surely soon need to take over from the Brazilian midfielder.