Liverpool have been handed a major injury boost ahead of their clash against Manchester United on Sunday, with news that Mohamed Salah will be fit for the match.
The Egyptian was badly tackled by Hamza Choudhury in their 2-1 win over Leicester in the last Premier League match.
The two-week break provided by international assignments is said to have been enough for the attacker to fully recover in time for the eagerly awaited clash.
There were fears that the former Chelsea man could not make the lineup at Old Trafford, but could now be in contention even though he might not start the match.
His availability will be sweet music to coach Jurgen Klopp's ears, who might also welcome back goalkeeper Alisson Becker after a long lay-off.
The Brazilian has been missing from the starting lineup since the opening day match against Norwich when he suffered a torn calf muscle.
Liverpool will be looking to maintain their 100 per cent record to the new season when they travel to Old Trafford, having won their opening eight matches.
United, on the other hand, are going through a rough time, having started the season on a wrong footing.
They are currently 12th on the table standings on nine points after eight matches, in what is their worst start to a league in decades.