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Virgil van Dijk faces Southampton for the first time since joining Liverpool

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Liverpool make three changes to their side for the Premier League clash with Southampton.

'It's really hard to ask for more support than this in this situation, ' he said.

Jurgen Klopp's side will be looking to re-establish their third-placed spot in the table after Spurs' victory over Arsenal yesterday - and, despite the Porto tie in the mid-week, has gone full-strength with his team selection.

Southampton occasionally threatened Loris Karius in the Red's goal, and actually had chances to upset Van Dijk's new side, however they were unable to take their chances.

Firmino collected the ball from Salah before producing an exquisite flick back into the Egyptian's path, and Salah made no mistake with his finish into the bottom corner for his 29th goal of the season.

"Important for us to get a good start".

"We will try to win the next game and until the end we will be there".

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Pierre-Emile Hojbjerg, who was on the bench for that game, replaces Sofiane Boufal in midfield.

Karius, easily the busier of the two goalkeepers, was tested again just before the half-hour mark, halting Guido Carrillo's header from a James Ward-Prowse cross.

Liverpool have been particularly strong on their travels this season and have scored a league-high 34 goals.

Salah's role in the two goals should not be underestimated but Firmino's brilliance was timely given Liverpool legend John Aldridge's quotes earlier in the week. He last featured in the 1-0 defeat at Swansea City on January 22.

But the former Saints captain will scarcely have had an easier 90 minutes at St. Mary's as Southampton failed to muster any danger after the break.

"We knew the strengths of Southampton and how they want to play football, so we wanted to defend and change the game to counter", Klopp told Sky Sports.

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