Liverpool are perspiring over the fitness of both Salah and Robertson in front of this match, with the two players pulling out of international duty during the ongoing break because of ankle wounds.
The most recent reports recommend that neither will be fit for the outing to London, in spite of the fact that the two of them took part in preparing on Thursday and will experience late fitness tests to decide if they will be accessible.
Joe Gomez was likewise back in preparing in the wake of grabbing knee damage during an astounding international break for him, while captain Jordan Henderson is required to be fit after a sickness.
There is further uplifting news with Xherdan Shaqiri back in dispute following a calf issue, however Joel Matip is set to miss out a major opportunity again because of knee damage while Nathaniel Clyne stays a long term absentee
Palace could be feeling the loss of their very own key player with Wilfried Zaha nursing the foot damage he got in the defeat to Chelsea before the international break.
Joel Ward was constrained off just before half time in that match because of a crotch strain and, while the full degree of his damage is yet to be uncovered, he is viewed as probably not going to be fit in time for Saturday’s match, leaving Martin Kelly to fill in against his previous club.
Kick-Off Time: Nov 23, 2019 at 3pm UK
Crystal Palace predicted lineup:
Guaita; Kelly, Tomkins, Cahill, Van Aanholt; Townsend, Kouyate, Milivojevic, McArthur, Zaha; Ayew
Liverpool predicted lineup:
Alisson; Alexander-Arnold, Lovren, Van Dijk, Milner; Henderson, Fabinho, Wijnaldum; Mane, Firmino, Origi
Head to Head
When considered something of an intruder apparatus for the Reds, Liverpool have won the entirety of their last four meetings with Crystal Palace, including an exciting 4-3 triumph in their latest confrontation at Anfield in January.
The Reds have additionally won on every one of their last five excursions to Selhurst Park extending back to November 2014, in spite of the fact that they importantly discarded a three-goal lead at the ground during their 2013-14 title pursue, viably finishing their expectations of lifting the trophy.
The comparing fixtures last season finished 2-0 to Liverpool, with James Milner and Sadio Mane scoring toward the finish of every half.