Mohamed Salah boosts Liverpool's Premier League title hopes by being passed fit to face Wolves

Jurgen Klopp confirms the Egyptian will be play after missing Uefa Champions League semi-final with concussion

Soccer Football - Champions League Semi Final Second Leg - Liverpool v FC Barcelona - Anfield, Liverpool, Britain - May 7, 2019  Liverpool's Mohamed Salah inside the stadium before the match   Action Images via Reuters/Carl Recine
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Liverpool will have Mohamed Salah in their line-up on Sunday when they bid to win their first league title in 30 years.

Jurgen Klopp confirmed on Friday at his news conference  that the Egyptian will be fit to play after he missed Tuesday's 4-0 win over Barcelona in the Uefa Champions League semi-finals with a concussion.

Salah had suffered a head injury in last Saturday's 3-2 win at Newcastle United and had not been medically cleared to face Barcelona.

But he will now face Wolverhampton Wanderers in a game the club must win to have any chance of being Premier League champions.

Liverpool need the three points and need Manchester City to fail to win at Brighton and Hove Albion.

Andy Robertson, who was substituted at half time against Barcelona is also fit, but Roberto Firmino is ruled out.