Liverpool team news for Southampton clash

Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp will assess his squad ahead of their Premier League match against Southampton on Tuesday evening.

The Reds go into their penultimate game after a stunning FA Cup win over Chelsea on Saturday.

Mohamed Salah and Virgil van Dijk were both withdrawn as precautions during the final, while Andy Robertson was withdrawn in the final stages due to a muscle spasm.

Speaking on Monday afternoon, Klopp provided an update to the injured players and the squad’s overall situation.

“This process is not over yet because we only played 120 minutes two days ago.

“So when the boys arrive today, I have to make a lot of decisions. Then we will form a team. What I can promise and say for sure is that we will form a team for one reason only: to try to win the game in Southampton. Although it is difficult. Because obviously that is It is work to be done.

“We have to see who can help. The extra 30 minutes [at Wembley] She made a huge difference, but we have to see that.”

And about Fabinho’s continued recovery from a muscle injury he suffered at Aston Villa last week, Klopp added: “Very good, but he will not participate tomorrow. But very good.”

A win on the South Coast would take the Reds one point away from Manchester City at the top of the standings.