Conte: Salah Is Not Liverpool's Only Star

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The 25-year-old Salah is now in his second year in England, having struggled for playing time at Chelsea in the 2013-14 and 2014-15 season.

"Today we had a good training session and we tried to prepare for the game against Liverpool".

"That's our business, that's our life".

"The argument is, should Chelsea have hung on to Salah and given him more time?"

"We can not change it". But Klopp should stick with his man.

City and Spurs are guaranteed first place finishes, Chelsea are front-runners in Group C, while United and Liverpool are well placed to qualify as they occupy top spot in their respective groups, so there should be a full English contingent in the last-16 of the Champions League.

Liverpool performed brilliantly against their main rivals last season, going 10 games unbeaten against the other members of the top six.

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Fowler believes that Chelsea could be better off playing it defensive at Anfield on Saturday.

Liverpool manager, Jurgen Klopp says attacking midfielder, Mohamed Salah does not have anything to prove against Chelsea.

"We had a great first half and then in the second half we let everything unravel and so we were all feeling very frustrated". He improved a lot, especially physically, he was always a very good player.

"This week was an intensive week for us but at the same time it's right I don't find excuses and to play a good game against a good team like Liverpool", Conte told a news conference on Friday. For me, it's very hard to stay sitting and watch the game.

Both sides are already being left behind by leaders Manchester City who have racked up 17 straight victories in all competitions, including 10 in the Premier League.

Victor Moses is set to return to the squad from injury for the tea-time trip to Anfield.

Matip missed Liverpool's last two games - Southampton last weekend and Sevilla in midweek - after suffering a thigh injury but the Cameroon worldwide is expected to return ahead of Saturday's match.