James Milner apes the Roberto Firmino look with elan

Daniel Sturridge in action for Albion

Daniel Sturridge in action for Albion

Jurgen Klopp's men also made an excellent start to the Champions League group stages after beating Paris Saint-Germain in a five-goal thriller in midweek so the Merseysiders should be full of confidence heading in to this game having won all of their matches so far this season.

Egypt worldwide Salah, 26, netted 44 times for the Reds last season and was the Premier League's top scorer.

Salah has scored just twice this season, prompting suggestions he is misfiring, and even trying too hard to replicate the record-breaking form of the previous campaign.

Egypt global Salah scored Liverpool's opening goal of the season against West Ham in August, but has not scored since his strike in the Reds' win over Brighton four weeks ago.

"Of course, of course everyone expects that [he matches last season's form]", Klopp said at a news conference on Friday.

"No one remembers that, it is really no problem". We want him to score as often as possible.

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Victory at Anfield will see Liverpool go top of the Premier League with Chelsea not playing until Sunday when they travel to London rivals West Ham, live on Sky Sports Main Event HD and Sky Sports Premier League HD.

"That says everything about him".

While we doubt Firmino needed too much persuading to play against PSG, Mane did his best to ensure that the hard-working Brazil worldwide would play against Thomas Tuchel's side.

"I have said it a few times, I knew he was a good footballer when we signed him but I could never have imagined what an outstanding person he is".

Was it already like he finished last season, in the Premier League season especially? No.

The veteran put in a stellar showing against Les Parisiens and his tremendous work rate was put to good use as the Reds shut down Neymar each time the world's most expensive player got a whiff of the ball. "No, but he needed time last year, like we all needed time, and it will take time this year, that's all".

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