Klopp: Salah Has Nothing To Prove In

Containing the threat of their former player Mohamed Salah will be key to Chelsea's hopes at Anfield.

Salah has been a revelation since returning to England, and is the league's top scorer so far with nine goals in 12 appearances.

In turn, I expect Chelsea to be patient, as much as they might smell an opportunity to play on Liverpool's vulnerabilities.

Chelsea boss Antonio Conte has confirmed that wing-back, Victor Moses, will be in The Blues' squad that will face Liverpool in the Premier League at Anfield on Saturday.

"If Chelsea come to Anfield and sit deep, the game will be hard".

He has looked to be worth the outlay, and Liverpool have been rewarded for their patience after Chelsea pipped them to Salah's signature from FC Basel back in 2014.

"If he would've played already better at Chelsea, we would not have him probably in this moment, so I'm happy about the situation".

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"Today we had a good training session and tried to prepare for Liverpool very well".

"But I look at Manchester United and they are around that area [near the top of the table] with a team that is very strong, especially due to their manager and for that Manchester United could be competitive towards the end of the season as well". He improved a lot, especially physically, he was always a very good player.

"He was very young in a very strong team and didn't come through".

He said: "I think we like to live the game with intensity and passion and to be on the touchline to help our players".

"This was a hard period for the club with things that don't happen normally, so to change the things around with pretty much the same group of players shows the great manager that he is".

"I consider [Klopp] one of the best coaches in the world".

"We must pay great attention, but not only to Salah - also [Sadio] Mane, [Roberto] Firmino, [Daniel] Sturridge".

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