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preview: Liverpool vs Bournemouth; Alisson out, Salah set eyes on record.

preview: Liverpool vs Bournemouth; Alisson out, Salah set eyes on record. 1 Sportelo

Jurgen Klopp ( GettyImages)

The Reds will host A.F.C Bournemouth today at Anfield field Stadium in an early Kickoff by 13:30 (CET).

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Jurgen Klopp’s announced on Friday match that Liverpool will be without their number 1 shot-stopper.

Alisson has been a big factor in Liverpool success story this season keeping 13 clean sheets and conceding only 11 goals so far.

The Brazilian sustained a hip injury and is set to miss three weeks’ matchday this includes today’s game against AFC Bournemouth, an away game to Everton, against Crystal Palace and an important second leg champions league clash again Athletico Madrid of Spain as the hope to overturn 0-1 deficit.

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Mohammed Salah: (photo Getty Images)

Egyptian forward will be looking forward to setting new Premier League records. Salah has scored in each of his five top-flight appearances against the cherries, netting seven times in total.

If Mohammed salah manages to score in today’s encounter he will become the first player in the premier league history to score every time he has faced the same opponent as many as six matches.

The last meeting between both sides saw Liverpool come out 3 goals better than the cherries. Goals from Oxlade- Chamberlain, Nabi Keita, and Mohammed Salah.

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Eddie Howe (Gettyimages)

The Cherries are have only managed 27 points from 28 premier league matches this season.

Eddie Howe’s side has not managed a win in their last three away games in the EPL.

But did play a 2-2 draw against Chelsea in their last Premier League match.The cherries will want to emulate the Hornets shock Victory over the league leaders.

Liverpool is set to end their three matches winless runs after a series of losses 0-1 against Athletico Madrid in the Champions League, 3- 0 shocking loss to Watford in EPL and 2-0 loss to Chelsea in FA cup clash.

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  1. Of course Alisson would be dropped to avoid further injury in case he might feature against Athletico Madrid. Exciting encounter I would assume

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