Both Andy Robertson and Mohamed Salah are injury doubts for Liverpool’s trip to Crystal Palace after the international break. Salah has been anxious by a tenacious ankle issue since hobbling out of the 2-1 win over Leicester on October 5 after a poor challenge from Hamza Choudhury.
Salah originally played on after the tackle from the Foxes midfielder but was later taken off after yielding to the problem at Anfield last month. Football supporters from around the world can buy Premier League Tickets online to enjoy its wonderful actions.
The Egyptians then missed the 1-1 draw with Manchester United as a result of the injury and failed to complete 90 minutes at Aston Villa on November 2. Salah aggravated the issue again in Sunday’s 3-1 victory over Manchester City after a tackle from Fernandinho in the first half and was taken off for Joe Gomez inside the final five minutes.
The ex Roma star initially crushed the turf in pain following the encounter from the Brazilian but was able to play on for utmost of the contest before his strategic replacement for Gomez in the 87th minute.
Liverpool’s nine-goal top scorer insisted he reports for duty with Egypt and flew out to meet his international colleagues immediately after the win at Anfield on Sunday.
After experiencing a scan with the Egyptian medical team, it has been obvious that Salah won’t feature for the Sovereigns against either Kenya or Comoros on Thursday and Sunday, individually.
The ECHO understands Salah is a doubt for the trip to Selhorst Park on November 23. He will be given every chance to prove his fitness before the return of Premier League football.
Meanwhile, Andy Robertson has quiet from Scotland duty for their imminent fixtures with Kazakhstan and Cyprus. The full-back left Anfield with an extremely swollen ankle on Sunday but was definite he would report to his national team.
However, the Scotland captain has
now pulled out of the game in Cyprus on Saturday but will remain with Steve
Clarke’s side for a couple of days before recurring to Merseyside to be
It means his presence is also in question for Palace as the Reds aim to extend their unbeaten record at the summit of the Premier League.
Liverpool will have a more accurate period on Robertson’s absence once the swelling has subsided. At this stage, the influential defender is rated as doubtful for the game against Roy Hodgson’s Eagles.
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