Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp defended Neymar's play-acting at the World Cup and believes it will be impossible to completely snuff out the Brazilian's threat when Paris Saint-Germain visit Anfield in the Champions League on Tuesday.
Liverpool may have to cope without Firmino, who was poked in the eye by Jan Vertonghen during Saturday's 2-1 win at Tottenham. It is painful and no-one needs that but he will be fine - we don't know exactly when.
With Salah the only real option to use as a central striker then it's the midfield area that will need to be tinkered with, and you have to feel that Keita is the one to be pushed into the front three, but this leaves an opening in midfield and Fabinho could finally make his first appearance for Liverpool this season.
"In football, and for me sometimes it's hard, we have to understand that there are things that can't be explained". He will be given every opportunity to prove his fitness, particularly with Dominic Solanke and Divock Origi struggling with fitness issues of their own. The bad thing for us is that they've got quite a lot of players that we'll have to be wary of.
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Roberto Firmino: Liverpool striker 'OK' after eye 'scare'
We need to improve a lot. "Now with the Nations League, worldwide managers can not rest players because it is a proper competition".
'We all see the picture and we were massively anxious.
Asked about the PSG forward's antics and the reception he will receive at Anfield in midweek, Robertson said: "That's not up to me, it's the fans. That makes them quite a big challenge for us".
Firmino's absence would be a big blow to last season's Champions League finalists, who have started the Premier League season with five straight victories. He got a knock and we will see how that develops.
"We are obviously in close contact with him and it improved already - but in this moment I can't say if he will be available for tomorrow".