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By Alistair Magowan

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  1. Goodbye

    Right chiefs, we'll leave it there.

    Don't forget you can follow Liverpool's game with Red Bull Salzburg here on the website and also follow it on Radio 5 live, along with Chelsea's game at Lille tomorrow night.

    That also goes for Tottenham against Bayern Munich and Manchester City, who will be without the injured Kevin De Bruyne, against Dinamo Zagreb tonight.

    Enjoy!

  2. Matip and Shaqiri 'not available' for Salzburg

    Liverpool v Red Bull Salzburg (Wed, 20:00 BST)

    Lastly, Jurgen Klopp has a quick update on the fitness of Joel Matip and Xherdan Shaqiri, who are "both not available" for the game against Red Bull Salzburg.

    "With Shaqiri, I don't know," he says. "He's not ready for tomorrow but I don't know how it looks at the moment. He is still in the hands of the medical department.

    "With Joel it's not a big one, but it's big enough not to take a risk tomorrow night."

    Klopp is unsure if Matip will be fit for Leicester on Saturday.

    Joel Matip
  3. 'We want to be most uncomfortable opponent in world football'

    Liverpool v Red Bull Salzburg (Wed, 20:00 BST)

    After losing 2-0 to Napoli in their first Group E game, Jurgen Klopp has downplayed hopes that Red Bull Salzburg will be an easier opponent. He's having none of it.

    He says: "There is a little bit of feeling that this game is halfway done but it's not, it will be tough. The way they play is made to surprise bigger teams. But if there is one person who knows the way they play, its probably me.

    "I have followed them for a long time and I have a pretty good side as well. We want, and it's always our target, to be the most uncomfortable opponent in world football and if we are that tomorrow, it's not easy for Salzburg as well. We shouldn't forget that."

    Virgil van Dijk
  4. Haaland is a 'proper threat' - Klopp

    Liverpool v Red Bull Salzburg (Wed, 20:00 BST)

    One of the players Liverpool will come up against is Erling Braut Haaland, who scored a first-half hat-trick on his Champions League debut as Red Bull Salzburg hammered Genk 6-2 in their Group E opener.

    He's also the son of Alf-Inge Haaland, who spent a decade playing in England for Nottingham Forest, Leeds and Manchester City.

    Klopp said: "He's a wonderful player, very confident, quick and focused. A proper threat. He looks like a decent player and is in the perfect place. As a younger player it's important to play as much as possible at the highest possible player. He's not the only threat but he's a proper one."

    Asked if he had plan to stop him, Klopp said: Yes, you will have to watch the game tomorrow to see it!"

  5. Mane 'ready' to face former team-mates

    Liverpool v Red Bull Salzburg (Wed, 20:00 BST)

    Sadio Mane will be facing one of his former teams when the Austrian side visit Anfield on Wednesday. The Senegalese forward played at Red Bull Salzburg from 2012 to 2014 before he joined Southampton.

    "It's a special game for me," Mane added. "I played two-and-a-half years at Salzburg, and for sure they will be ready for me. I will be ready for them as well, I will be really happy to see my ex-team-mates but at the same time I would love to win."

    Especially given Liverpool lost their opening Group E game to Napoli.

  6. Frustration with Salah forgotton - Mane

    Liverpool v Red Bull Salzburg (Wed, 20:00 BST)

    Sadio Mane has been asked about his relationship with Mo Salah, after the apparent bust-up during the 3-0 win over Burnley last month where Mane stormed off the pitch because Salah didn't pass to him.

    "These things happen in football," a smiling Mane said. "I was frustrated because you want to score more goals. For the team it's important to score as many goals as we can, but we have become friends. It's all forgotten and it's all behind us."

  7. I want both Premier League and Champions League - Mane

    Liverpool v Red Bull Salzburg (Wed, 20:00 BST)

    Sadio Mane is sat alongside Jurgen Klopp. A nice easy question for him to begin with: would you prefer winning the Premier League or successfully defending the Champions League this season.

    Mane said: "Good question. I would say both, both are important and both are my target. We have nothing to lose, we will fight for both.

    "We are better this season than last season, we are working hard every single day."

  8. Chirivella should not be punished - Klopp

    Liverpool v Red Bull Salzburg (Wed, 20:00 BST)

    Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp has also been talking about the risk of his team being kicked out of the Carabao Cup because they fielded an ineligible player in the last round against MK Dons.

    It’s understood to be Spanish midfielder Pedro Chirivella, who came on as a substitute in the 2-0 win.

    "I cannot say too much about it," Klopp said. "If it was us all alone, then we need to get punished but it didn’t happen on purpose. My only real concern is for the player, he already had half a year not playing in Spain. I'm not sure we really made a mistake, but the player should not be punished 100%."

    Klopp and Chirivella
  9. Alisson not fit for Salzburg

    Liverpool v Red Bull Salzburg (Wed, 20:00 BST)

    First up some team news. It looks like injured goalkeeper Alisson is progressing well after his calf injury suffered in August but won’t be fit to face Salzburg on Wednesday.

    Jurgen Klopp said: “There are two opinions, Alisson’s and the medical department, which is more cautious. In training, he looks really well but it’s a serious injury and we don’t want to take any risks. Tonight no chance, he didn’t train with the team, but we will see about the Leicester game (5 October) and Manchester United 100% (20 October).”

    Alisson
  10. Klopp speaks

    Liverpool v Red Bull Salzburg (Wed, 20:00 BST)

    Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp is up now and talking to the media ahead of his team's game Champions League match against Red Bull Salzburg on Wednesday.

    We'll bring the best of what he's said shortly.

    Jurgen Klopp
  11. Post update

    Liverpool v Red Bull Salzburg (Wed, 20:00 BST)

    That's your lot for now.

    We'll be back a little later on with Jurgen Klopp's press conference ahead of Liverpool's game against Red Bull Salzburg on Wednesday

    Ta ra for now!

  12. Post update

    It's set to be another soggy night in Manchester as Man City take on Dinamo Zagreb at the Etihad at 20;00 BST.

    Will the Croats dampen City's scoring or will the Blues run riot?

    And Tottenham face the imposing prospect of Bayern Munich a couple of hundred miles south in London.

    That one could be a cracker.

    Join us here at BBC Sport this evening for livetext coverage right here.

    Bayern Munich train at Tottenham stadium
  13. Can Ole turn things around?

    Man Utd 1-1 Arsenal

    Manchester United

    We're going to wrap things up here very soon.

    Thanks for all of your suggestions on your club's worst start to the season.

    Manchester United are certainly not in a rich vein of form, but there is time to turn it around. But is Ole Gunnar Solskjaer the man to do it?

    He needs his forward line to start scoring, and the midfield to get a little more stuck in, for that to happen, you'd expect.

    Manchester United fans
  14. It's a Champions League kind of night

    Here's a reminder of who is playing who as week two of the Champions League group stage gets underway tonight.

    Champions League fixtures
  15. Post update

    Tottenham v Bayern Munich (Tue, 20:00 BST)

    Tottenham prepare to take on Bayern Munich in the Champions League on Tuesday night... But can you name the highest-scoring Germans to have graced the Premier League?

    Take the quiz

    Klinnsman
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    Conrad Davies: Manchester United 1992/93. Plyd 15; W5 D6 L4 - the rest as they say, is history!

    My mum used to talk about that era as a Man Utd fan all the time. A Red since her birth in 1947, she said it was the first time she enjoyed games since before the 'dark' 1970s era. She always said Sir Alex 'brought the light' and the decision not to sack him, despite a sustained poor run of form, saved the club.

  17. Post update

    Man Utd 1-1 Arsenal

    Manchester United

    Our chief football writer Phil McNulty has written a great piece on Monday night under the Old Trafford lights.

    Manchester United and Arsenal played out a dour 1-1 draw.

    This is how McNulty ended his piece. Spot on, poetic stuff.

    'Maybe we should not have been too surprised. Manchester United and Arsenal are in various stages of transition and reduced circumstances. This was what they are.

    The best they can aim for, their true goal, is a place in the top four but there are big doubts about whether either will even reach that target.

    And the best of this fixture lies firmly in the past. It will be a long road back to anything like those glories.'

    Harry Maguire
  18. Get Involved

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    Can you remember a season when your club started poorly, but picked up and finished strongly?

    Jon Preston: Kidderminster 2012-13 - lost our first five games, drew the next five and were bottom of the league. Then won 28/36 of the remaining games to miss out on the title by a point to Mansfield

    Michael: All this frustration and talk about Ole. Roy Keane is right, he's doing all he can. People forget it took Sir Alex 4 years before he won a trophy and then a further 3 years before the title. Just imagine if he was let go of in the years without any trophies...

  19. Southend United in talks with Larsson

    Southend United have confirmed they are in talks with former Celtic, Barcelona and Sweden striker Henrik Larsson about becoming the club's new manager.

    The 48-year-old has watched Southend's last two games and chairman Ron Martin says he is going to Stockholm to "meet potential backroom staff'".

    Larsson is, though, one of five shortlisted candidates, also including current caretaker manager Gary Waddock.

    Kevin Bond resigned as Southend boss on 6 September after six straight defeats.

    I reckon Manchester United fans would have him back at Old Trafford right now...

    Still go your playing boots, Henrik?

    Henrik Larsson