Mohamed Salah Eyes Premier League Record Against Bournemouth

With a new Premier League record in his sights, Mohamed Salah is expected to make his starting lineup for Liverpool in Saturday's game against Bournemouth.

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With a new Premier League record in his sights, Mohamed Salah is expected to make his starting lineup for Liverpool in Saturday's game against Bournemouth.
Salah looking to set a new Premier League record. Picture Courtesy Of Fox Sports

With a new Premier League record in his sights, Mohamed Salah is expected to make his starting line-up for Liverpool in Saturday’s game against Bournemouth.

Liverpool will be looking to turn around their current spat of bad luck that s them losing their first-leg Champions League game against Atletico Madrid.

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This was then followed by a shocking 3-0 defeat to Watford bringing and to what would have been a historic unbeaten run this season.

The latest spat of bad luck saw Liverpool exiting the FA Cup after Frank Lampard’s men were able to defeat them 2-0.

If it’s true that all bad things come in three’s then hopeful the worst is over for Jurgen Klopp and he can focus on rounding up the season.

All eyes are going to be on Mohamed Salah who is looking to make a Premier League first by having 100% scoring record in 6 games against a single team.

With a new Premier League record in his sights, Mohammed Salah is expected to make his starting lineup for Liverpool in Saturday's game against Bournemouth.
Salah looking to set a new Premier League record. Picture Courtesy Of Fox Sports

Chris Wood from Burnley is the only other player in Premier League history to match Salah’s current goal record of 100% in 5 games against the same opponents.

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Bournemouth are currently trying to fight themselves out of the relegation zone but after the Watford incident, Liverpool should be wary to under-estimated the bottom-ranked teams as they sem to somehow pull off the cliche underdog narrative and go on to surprise everyone.

 

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