Jürgen Klopp has welcomed the return of Mohamed Salah and Andy Robertson to his starting line-up for tonight’s Premier League clash with Crystal Palace.

Having played no part in Sunday’s goalless draw with Everton due to minor knocks, the pair are both selected at Anfield as Liverpool make four changes.

Speaking exclusively to Liverpoolfc.com's Match Centre, Klopp said: “They are two of the best players in the world in their positions, so yes it’s a boost – it would be a boost for any team, so it’s a boost for us, of course.

“They didn’t train with the team during our ‘pre-season’ for around about 10 days, they came back two days before the game for proper training.

“Because of the impact they have on our game and because of the players they are, you always think, ‘Can I do it or not?’ and stuff like this. But we cannot forget we had eight games after the Everton game, so in these moments you have to be sensible and listen to the medical department.

“That’s what I did, that’s why Mo didn’t play and Robbo was not in the squad, but now they are back and they look good.

“They had the proper session on Monday morning, of course, yesterday and now this morning, so they look good. Both are naturally fit, they never lose a lot of endurance and stuff like this, so I am happy to have them back.”

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