Liverpool are handed a significant injury boost earlier than the match against Arsenal on Saturday, November 20.
Jurgen Klopp recently revealed that his superstar Sadio Mane was acceptable be within the line up against the Gunners at Anfield.
There were initial fears that Mane would miss the clash after studying a rib injury while on international duty with Senegal.
But in his latest group discussion, Klopp eased the fears by confirming the Senegalese was fit, saying:
But after losing their opening three games, the Gunners have turned their season around in impressive fashion, going unbeaten in eight league games.
The Gunner’s impressive run makes them a formidable force, even against Liverpool, who are looking to pick up from a shock 3-2 defeat to West Ham before the international break.
Mane has been a vital a part of Liverpool’s success thus far this season, scoring eight goals in 15 games across all competitions.
The triple injury boost for Jurgen Klopp are largely welcomed, especially since his side have struggled with injuries another time this season. While Liverpool were severely hurt by a defensive crisis last season, it's the midfield that has been left ruing injuries to date this campaign.
Meanwhile, Liverpool ace Salah, who is fully acceptable the Arsenal clash, has announced he's willing to donate the shirt he wore in his side’s 5-0 demolition of Manchester United to an animal charity for auction.
While no further details of the auction are released, it's highly likely that the shirt will opt for a stupendous price to the very best bidder.
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