Salah has proved himself to be a great acquisition by Jurgen Klopp and is the front-runner for the Premier League's Golden Boot and has already bagged the PFA Player of the Season and the FWA Player of the Season.
West Bromwich Albion's impressive late rally appears to be too little, too late as if there is a victor in Tuesday's clash between 18th-placed Swansea City and 17th-placed Southampton, both of whom have 33 points, then that would condemn the Baggies to relegation.
The Welsh-based club must now pick full spoils in their remaining two home games against relegation threatened Southampton and relegated Stoke City to stay up. Nathan Aké was unlucky to see his snap-shot saved but the resulting corner was powered home from close range by King for his 4th goal in 8 games.
Swansea battled in vain to overturn an early lead by the blues but failed to trouble the scoreboard for the 16th time in the league.
Back to "who will go down, who won't" and Huddersfield will need some favours from above as they travel to face the league champions, the 2017-18 champions Chelsea before hosting Arsene Wenger in his final Gunners bow. A poor first half was encapsulated by the awful start as Chelsea took the lead in only the 4th minute of the game but the visitors only managed 2 more shots on target during the match.
The Baggies would also require a four-goal swing with Saints.
Said Moore: "We've come together and there's been some pride restored and the feel-good factor within the community and within the supporters". They actually looked the more likely to score late on, and they nearly did.
Swansea City have given Southampton the opportunity to move out of the bottom three when they play on Saturday evening after defeat on the South Coast. - Ryan Fraser has registered his best goal tally in a single league season (five goals). The Cherries are six points clear of the relegation zone with two games to play. Both have little to no form to write home about and both are away this weekend.
West Ham took a giant leap towards securing their Premier League survival and piled more pressure on Leicester boss Claude Puel with a 2-0 victory at the King Power Stadium.
The sides shared a 0-0 draw when they met in August's reverse encounter, and you can get odds of 11/5 (3.20) on them cancelling each other out once again.