Liverpool boss Kenny Dalglish has some selection headaches – of the good kind – ahead of Saturday’s crucial meeting with League leaders Manchester United.
Dalglish was relieved to welcome his players back from international duty without any injury worries and will now enjoy the luxury of having a fully fit squad to choose from ahead of Saturday’s clash at Anfield.
The Anfield treatment room is also empty for the first time in months, which means that King Kenny and his side will have no excuses as they look to improve on their fifth place league position against title favourites United.
Dalglish said: “We don’t have any problems with anyone on fitness; everyone’s come through their international games without any injuries. The lads who’ve been here have trained all week. I don’t think it’s happened too many times in the past but there isn’t anyone on the treatment table.
Every player in Dalglish’s squad trained at Melwood today in a last ditch effort to impress their manager as one of the club’s owners Tom Werner looked on.
“We’re in a fortunate position but a difficult one as well, but then you’re better having more players to choose from than not enough”, said Dalglish.