It has been revealed that two of Liverpool's star front-three aren't going to be involved in this second leg. Salah went off against Newcastle United with a concussion and despite hopes that he would return, Klopp has confirmed his absence.
Both Roberto Firmino and Naby Keita will also be missing from the team tomorrow evening, leaving Klopp without the majority of his key offensive weapons.
"What I heard, he got the hip of the goalie on his head", said Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp.
Due to medical regulations relating to concussion, Salah will not be able to train until Saturday, but the Egyptian should therefore be able to play against Wolves on Sunday in what could be a title decider for Klopp's team.
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And so, it's logical that they believe they have a chance to eliminate Barcelona on Tuesday night despite losing 3-0 at Camp Nou last week.
The Catalan club say such a big travelling staff is normal for Champions League games with players, coaching staff, directors, club media, club employees, executives, invited guests and some family members making the trip on Monday lunchtime.
"We should celebrate it with a good performance on the pitch and in the stands". After the first leg finished 1-1, Liverpool fell behind 1-3 at Anfield but between the 66th and 91st minutes, Sakho, Coutinho and Lovren won the game for them 4-3 to see them qualify for the next round.
The German boss told a press conference: "Salah can not play tomorrow". He had earlier scored his league-leading 22nd goal of the season. You can't play against Barcelona and tell the world, 'watch this.' We try to win the game. "We have to be ready to fight for 95 minutes and more".
"My own personal little story is about Real Madrid, years ago with Dortmund (in the quarter finals of 2014)", he said. "It's going to be a hard game because we know the fans will be really getting behind their side".