Sunday,November 27,2022

Big Liverpool Squad Update Ahead Of PSG Clash

After an away success against Watford in Premier League, next up is a tough test for Liverpool as they face PSG in Champions League.

Liverpool has earned tremendous three points at Vicarage Road against sturdy Hornets as Mohamed Salah, Trent Alexander Arnold and Roberto Firmino did business for the Reds. Jurgen Klopp made a few changes in the squad for Saturday’s fixture as Joe Gomez, Fabinho were dropped for Dejan Lovren and Henderson respectively.
But, the Gaffer, in a post-match conference insisted, Joe Gomez is set to return in a pivotal clash against Ligue 1 reigning champions. The upcoming Wednesday’s clash is immensely crucial for both the clubs as it will decide their destiny in the Champions League. Whoever wins the tie will make into last 16.

There are no major injury concerns for the Merseysiders as a strong squad is expected to be unleashed against Neymar and co.
While providing an update over Joe Gomez’s fitness, Jurgen Klopp insisted,
“In the last second of yesterday’s session, he got a little knock.
We thought: ‘Come on, let’s bring him and have a look in the morning, it was 80 percent better, that’s good. So he’s no doubt for Wednesday.”
He further added,
 “We had Trent and Dejan at 100 percent, so we didn’t have to make a decision. It was clear he could be rested and can recover more, and then he is ready for Wednesday again.”
Liverpool travels to the French capital on 29 November for the immensely crucial Champions League fixture against Paris Saint-Germain and which promises to be a highly intriguing clash between the two powerhouses.

Author’s Take:

Liverpool had a perfect warm-up for pivotal Champions League tie against PSG as they beat Watford by three goals to nil and their front three getting combined is a huge positive for them. Joe Gomez has created a strong defensive partnership with immovable Virgil Van Dijk this season and his availability is also a big boost for the Reds.
 
 
 

After an away success against Watford in Premier League, next up is a tough test for Liverpool as they face PSG in Champions League.

Liverpool has earned tremendous three points at Vicarage Road against sturdy Hornets as Mohamed Salah, Trent Alexander Arnold and Roberto Firmino did business for the Reds. Jurgen Klopp made a few changes in the squad for Saturday’s fixture as Joe Gomez, Fabinho were dropped for Dejan Lovren and Henderson respectively.
But, the Gaffer, in a post-match conference insisted, Joe Gomez is set to return in a pivotal clash against Ligue 1 reigning champions. The upcoming Wednesday’s clash is immensely crucial for both the clubs as it will decide their destiny in the Champions League. Whoever wins the tie will make into last 16.

There are no major injury concerns for the Merseysiders as a strong squad is expected to be unleashed against Neymar and co.
While providing an update over Joe Gomez’s fitness, Jurgen Klopp insisted,
“In the last second of yesterday’s session, he got a little knock.
We thought: ‘Come on, let’s bring him and have a look in the morning, it was 80 percent better, that’s good. So he’s no doubt for Wednesday.”
He further added,
 “We had Trent and Dejan at 100 percent, so we didn’t have to make a decision. It was clear he could be rested and can recover more, and then he is ready for Wednesday again.”
Liverpool travels to the French capital on 29 November for the immensely crucial Champions League fixture against Paris Saint-Germain and which promises to be a highly intriguing clash between the two powerhouses.

Author’s Take:

Liverpool had a perfect warm-up for pivotal Champions League tie against PSG as they beat Watford by three goals to nil and their front three getting combined is a huge positive for them. Joe Gomez has created a strong defensive partnership with immovable Virgil Van Dijk this season and his availability is also a big boost for the Reds.
 
 
 

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After an away success against Watford in Premier League, next up is a tough test for Liverpool as they face PSG in Champions League.

Liverpool has earned tremendous three points at Vicarage Road against sturdy Hornets as Mohamed Salah, Trent Alexander Arnold and Roberto Firmino did business for the Reds. Jurgen Klopp made a few changes in the squad for Saturday’s fixture as Joe Gomez, Fabinho were dropped for Dejan Lovren and Henderson respectively.
But, the Gaffer, in a post-match conference insisted, Joe Gomez is set to return in a pivotal clash against Ligue 1 reigning champions. The upcoming Wednesday’s clash is immensely crucial for both the clubs as it will decide their destiny in the Champions League. Whoever wins the tie will make into last 16.

There are no major injury concerns for the Merseysiders as a strong squad is expected to be unleashed against Neymar and co.
While providing an update over Joe Gomez’s fitness, Jurgen Klopp insisted,
“In the last second of yesterday’s session, he got a little knock.
We thought: ‘Come on, let’s bring him and have a look in the morning, it was 80 percent better, that’s good. So he’s no doubt for Wednesday.”
He further added,
 “We had Trent and Dejan at 100 percent, so we didn’t have to make a decision. It was clear he could be rested and can recover more, and then he is ready for Wednesday again.”
Liverpool travels to the French capital on 29 November for the immensely crucial Champions League fixture against Paris Saint-Germain and which promises to be a highly intriguing clash between the two powerhouses.

Author’s Take:

Liverpool had a perfect warm-up for pivotal Champions League tie against PSG as they beat Watford by three goals to nil and their front three getting combined is a huge positive for them. Joe Gomez has created a strong defensive partnership with immovable Virgil Van Dijk this season and his availability is also a big boost for the Reds.
 
 
 

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