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Jurgen Klopp Shares His Theory On Why Mohamed Salah Flopped At Chelsea

Jurgen Klopp Shares His Theory On Why Mohamed Salah Flopped At Chelsea

"It won't be easy for us but this is a big game and, as you know very well, in these big games anything can happen".

"Victor Moses's condition is good, he needs time to find his best form, but he is in the squad for tomorrow and I put him on the bench", Conte told journalists.

Speaking to Omnisport via Chelsea's club partners Yokohama Tyres, Lampard said: "The reason Manchester United can win the league, for me, is the players, the quality of the players, I think". But if they come and play the way they can, and are more offensive, I think it plays into Liverpool's hands, it leaves space for the likes of Mane and Salah to capitalise. He is also likely to recall striker Alvaro Morata, rested for the game in Azerbaijan, and may make other changes to freshen up his jaded team.

Conte asked if travel could affect Chelsea's performance: "For sure this week was intensive for us, but at the same time it's right not to find an alibi or an excuse, & try to play a good game against Liverpool". "This is my job".

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While Robertson is a good player and has been under used during the course of the season, now is not the right time to change track - especially because the Blues are an excellent team and through someone who is probably not match fit isn't a wise call. He's a technical player but at the same time very fast, very strong, very good one v one and a very good finisher.

Victory for Liverpool would see them draw level on 25 points with Chelsea, now third in the table, and Conte is well aware of the threat posed by Salah.

Having only returned to the country in the early hours of Thursday, the Italian coach insists that one day is now not enough to prepare for a "big game" against Jurgen Klopp's side.

Maybe because of the manager, because of the players, I don't know.