Mohamed Salah was forced to return home early after suffering a groin injury during Egypt's African Cup of Nations game with Swaziland while James Milner has been nursing a hamstring strain but the duo both trained yesterday so should be in contention against Huddersfield.
Salah returned early from worldwide duty after being forced off with a muscle strain during Egypt's 4-1 victory over Swaziland in an African Nations Cup qualifier last Friday. The forward could play with a protective cast on his left hand, should the club be willing to take the risk.
It has been reported that Mane suffered a broken left thumb while on global duty with Senegal, with the forward injuring his hand in their Africa Cup of Nations qualifier against Sudan.
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Virgil van Dijk is also on Liverpool's lengthy list of injury issues, although Netherlands boss Ronald Koeman is confident the centre-back's rib complaint will not force him to sit out any club games. However, there has been no confirmation for Liverpool about Mane's injury.
Van Dijk also returned to Merseyside early due to an on-going rib injury that's hampered him in recent weeks but Klopp has confirmed the Dutch global has fully recovered and is available to face the Terriers.
He said: "He (Van Dijk) spoke to the manager".
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.