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Jurgen Klopp says Liverpool are reviewing the fitness of Mohamed Salah and Virgil Van Dijk as they prepare to win their Premier League must-win match against Southampton on Tuesday.

The Reds, chasing the quadruple, were given fresh hope that they could lead Manchester City to the title when Pep Guardiola’s side dropped two points in a 2-2 draw at West Ham on Sunday.

Defending champions City, with one game left, are four points clear at the top of the table with a significantly better goal difference than their rivals, who have two games left.

Liverpool beat Chelsea on penalties in the FA Cup final this weekend to complete the second leg of a possible quadruple.

But Klopp is waiting to find out the extent of the injuries sustained by top scorer Salah and defensive talisman Van Dijk, both of whom were forcibly released at Wembley on Saturday.

Defender Andy Robertson has also been ruled out with a hamstring injury, while Klopp has confirmed that Fabanho will not return to Southampton after suffering a muscle injury at Aston Villa last week.

“The process is not over yet because we played 120 minutes just two days ago,” Klopp told reporters on Monday.

So today, when the boys come, I have to make a lot of decisions. Then we will form a team.

“The only thing I can promise and say for sure is that we will make a team for just one reason – trying to win a game in Southampton is as difficult as it is, obviously.

“We have to see who is able to help. 30 extra minutes (at Wembley) made a big difference, but we have to see.

Liverpool, who will face Real Madrid in the Champions League final later this month, could reduce City’s lead to one point with a victory at St Mary’s, but the club are not expected to lose to Guardiola again. Is.

City will host Aston Villa next Sunday, while Liverpool will play the Wolves at Anfield.

“I don’t know the last time City dropped two game points in a row and Villa had to play midweek,” Klopp said. “I don’t expect City to drop points there.”

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