Liverpool midfielder Fabinho offers injury boost ahead of crunch Man Utd clash

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Liverpool midfielder Fabinho is closing in on a return from injury, handing Jurgen Klopp a huge boost ahead of the clash with Manchester United next weekend. Fabinho has been out since the end of November but recently returned to first-team training. And Klopp will be hoping t

he Brazilian will be available for selection soon, with the Reds hosting fierce rivals United next Sunday. Ahead of that encounter, Fabinho has revealed that he has stepped up his recovery. He told French outlet Telefoot : My ankle is better, I trained alone this week. I am touching the ball again, I feel good and I feel confident. Liverpool midfielder Fabinho is closing in on a return from injury (Image: Liverpool FC via Ge

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brate record-breaking win with meal The former Monaco midfielder has become an important member of title-chasing Liverpool after arriving at the beginning of last season. And he has opened up on his relationship with Klopp. He added: There was a change - it was a bi

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hFA Cup fifth round draw in full Liverpool sent more records tumbling at Tottenham on Sunday as they moved another step closer to the Premier League

title. The Reds roared a m今期跑跑狗图2020 assive 16 points clear at the top of the table thanks to Roberto Firminos first half-strike which secured a 1-0 win over Spurs, extending their unbeaten re

cord to 38 league games. In amassing an astonishing 61 points from a possible 63 over the first 21 matches of the campaign, Liverpool have now made the best-ever start to a top-flight season in any of Europes top five leagues. Asked whe

ther or not the Reds can win the title, Fabinho added: Yes!