Jurgen Klopp delivers mixed injury news ahead of Liverpool's trip to Huddersfield

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Jurgen Klopp's Liverpool team can write themselves a little bit of history at the John Smith's tomorrow afternoon if they can manage to keep a clean sheet against their hosts Huddersfield.

Keita, meanwhile, was pictured being carried off the pitch by a team-mate during Guinea's draw against Rwanda on Tuesday after apparently suffering a hamstring injury.

Jurgen Klopp will hope to have the attacker available after a costly worldwide break that also saw Mohamed Salah and Naby Keita pick up suspected thigh problems.

Virgil van Dijk is fit to play as he manages a rib injury sustained in the victory against Southampton on September 22.

Liverpool fans will feel that, finally, their side has rearguard with title-winning quality to match the attacks of that grade that they've seen come and go over the last few years. It's pretty sure that Naby will not be available. "That's it, pretty much".

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The 43-year-old continued: "Martial and Rashford, two really talented players, they need to develop their confidence. I don't think his play outside of the box is good enough", Scholes told ESPN .

Liverpool will be desperate to continue their unbeaten start to the Premier League season on Saturday and will be equally keen for Salah to get back on the score sheet. Full T&Cs Apply. 18+|Gamble Aware.

The Reds saw 19 first-team players depart on global duty during this month's break, but four returned early after suffering fitness issues.

"Virgil would not leave a game without any major problems but it's settled quick and that's how it is", Klopp added.

'Football players play very often with some kind of pain. What exactly it is is not important. "It's all good, he has no problems with that anymore".

Salah and Van Dijk returned to Melwood, where their fitness was assessed by the club's medical staff, and look set to be fit to feature against Huddersfield, who sit 18th in the Premier League table.

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