Liverpool have a difficult week ahead as they have Champions League and Premier League tasks to tackle.
On Wednesday, the Merseyside outfit will go head to head with Serie A side Napoli in their second Group C match.
Jurgen Klopp’s side already have three points having earned a 3-2 triumph over Paris Saint-Germain in an exciting clash at Anfield earlier this month.
Four days later, the Merseyside outfit will take on reigning Premier League champions Manchester City on home soil.
It is a mouth-watering tie as both clubs share the same number of points, but City are currently at the top of the table with a superior goal difference.
Klopp will need his best XI for these matches, but surprisingly, Mohamed Salah may not be regarded in that category based on current form.
The attacker, who according to sillyseason.com earns £200,000 per week, has scored three goals in nine outings in all competitions but he is not yet reaching the high standards expected of him.
During Saturday’s 1-1 draw with Chelsea at Stamford Bridge, Salah was hauled off by Klopp in the second half.
The Egyptian international lacked that clinical touch in the final third and was replaced by Xherdan Shaqiri.
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