Klopp updates on fitness of Mane, Keita and Henderson

Klopp updates on fitness of Mane, Keita and Henderson

Liverpool have claimed three points from their opening two group games and now sit one point adrift of leaders Napoli.

Liverpool will be determined to take a maximum six points from their next two clashes against the Serbian side, who have lost only one of their 23 matches in all competitions this season.

Liverpool's Virgil van Dijk arrives at the stadium before their Premier League match against Huddersfield Town at John Smith's Stadium, Huddersfield, October 20, 2018. "We will need to be 100 per cent and I think we will be", he told The Mirror.

"They are in the Champions League - the best competition in Europe apart from the Premier League - and it will be a hard game".

"Against Huddersfield, we should have done even better".

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Many observers have suggested that Salah, Mane and Firmino are not hitting anywhere near heights they did last season.

The 28-year-old England global went on to explain that he doesn't really pay attention to all those nonsense talks and it doesn't affect the team as well, "From my position on the pitch I have a pretty decent view of what is happening ahead of me and the shift the front lads are putting in means we set the tone for a more solid approach".

"From my position on the pitch I have a pretty decent view of what is happening ahead of me and the shift the front lads are putting in means we set the tone for a more solid approach. But I wasn't in any doubt that he would score again because he's such a good player".

"He has every right not to be happy", Van Dijk said. "Naby is in a good way already, outside running, but we see day by day".

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