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Egypt's Salah fit for Genk clash, Matip, Alexander-Arnold miss out

The Egyptian winger is likely to start against Genk on Wednesday.

Reuters , Tuesday 22 Oct 2019
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Soccer Football - Champions League - Liverpool Training - Melwood, Liverpool, Britain - October 22, 2019 Liverpool's Mohamed Salah and Liverpool manager Juergen Klopp during training Reuters
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Liverpool's Egyptian forward Mohamed Salah has recovered from an ankle injury and has returned to the squad for Wednesday’s Champions League match at Genk, the club said on Tuesday.

Salah has not played since injuring his ankle in a 2-1 win over Leicester City in the Premier League earlier this month. The Egyptian missed the 1-1 draw at Manchester United over the weekend, which ended the Anfield side’s 17-match winning streak in the league.

Centre back Joel Matip (sore knee) and full back Trent Alexander-Arnold (virus) did not make the trip to Belgium with defenders Dejan Lovren and Joe Gomez expected to replace them in the starting lineup.

Defending champions Liverpool have three points after two games and are a point behind Group E leaders Napoli while Belgian champions Genk are bottom with one point.

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