Despite Egypt eliminated from AFCON, Mo Salah won't play for Liverpool soon

Liverpool will play Chelsea and Arsenal this week in the Premier League.

Jurgen Klopp confirms important games Mohamed Salah will miss.

Liverpool FC will have two big tests this week in the Premier League as they continue their journey to win a potential quadruple. After Jurgen Klopp's announcement of leaving Liverpool at the end of the season, Liverpool will look to compete for every trophy possible for their manager who has been in charge for 9 years. Liverpool will need to win these next two games to maintain their top position in the Premier League.

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Liverpool will play Chelsea tomorrow at Anfield for their 22nd game of the Premier League season. Liverpool are first with 48 points and has a five-point lead ahead of Manchester City, who are second. They are also ahead of Arsenal and Aston Villa; all three clubs have 43 points, but Man City has a game in hand. Liverpool will have to defeat an informed Chelsea side that has not lost in their last three games in all competitions. These two sides will meet in the EFL Cup final next month at Wembley Stadium. Chelsea will try their best to get a positive result since they are 9th in the table.

On Sunday, Liverpool will travel to the Emirates to play Arsenal in their 23rd game of the Premier League table. This game will be the toughest challenge since Arsenal is also a title contender. Arsenal will need a win to catch up to Liverpool and have the home advantage. It may not seem like an advantage to Liverpool since the Reds defeated Arsenal 2-0 in the FA Cup at the Emirates a few weeks ago. Jurgen Klopp announced that one of his crucial players won't be fit to play both games this week.

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Jurgen Klopp confirms Mohamed Salah is not fit for Chelsea or Arsenal this week

Mohamed Salah suffered an injury during the AFCON Cup with Egypt. Egypt has been eliminated from the tournament, losing on penalties to DR Congo a few days ago. Salah will not go anywhere and recover from his injury at Liverpool, but his rehab is taking longer than expected. Klopp says, "Mo [Salah] Is Not Ready For This Game [Vs Chelsea], Not Ready For The Next Game [Vs Arsenal], & Then Not. He’s Injured."

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