Injury News 🤕
Both Mohamed Salah and Andy Robertson are injury doubts for Liverpool's trip to Crystal Palace after the international break.
Salah has been troubled by a persistent ankle issue since limping out of the 2-1 win over Leicester on October 5 after a poor challenge from Hamza Choudhury. He 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 inside the final five minutes. insisted he report for duty with Egypt and flew out to meet his international colleagues immediately after the win at Anfield on Sunday. The winger insisted he report for duty with Egypt and flew out to meet his international colleagues immediately after the win at Anfield on Sunday but after undergoing a scan with the Egyptian medical team, it has been decided that Salah won't feature for the Pharaohs against either Kenya or Comoros on Thursday and Sunday. He a doubt for the trip to Selhurst Park on November 23 but he will be given every chance to prove his fitness before the match.
Andy Robertson has withdrawn from Scotland duty for their upcoming fixtures with Kazakhstan and Cyprus. The full-back left Anfield with a heavily swollen ankle on Sunday but he wanted report to his national team. However, he has now pulled out of the game in Cyprus on Saturday but will remain with Scotland for a couple of days before returning to Merseyside to be assessed. Liverpool will have a more accurate timescale on the left-back's absence once the swelling has subsided, but at this stage, he is rated as doubtful for the game against Palace.
Joe Gomez was involved in a spat with Raheem Sterling during England training. He was left with a scratch below his right eye but this will not affect his availability.