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Harry Kewell will be fit for the World Cup despite tearing a groin muscle, according to Liverpool.
The Australia international came off during the FA Cup final against West Ham because of the injury and had a scan on Sunday to assess the damage.
"Harry has torn one of his groin muscles. He'll receive treatment for the next 10 days," Reds spokesman Ian Cotton told the club website.
"We expect him to be playing again within the next two to three weeks."
Kewell is one of a handful of Premiership-based players to have been picked in the Australia squad, announced last week.
Middlesbrough's Mark Schwarzer and Mark Viduka, Blackburn's Lucas Neill and Brett Emerton, along with Newcastle's Craig Moore and Tim Cahill of Everton have also been selected by coach Guus Hiddink.
Australia are in Group F along with Brazil, Croatia and Japan. The Socceroos' first match is against Japan on Monday 12 June.