Mohamed Salah And Co Train As Liverpool Look To Keep 100 Per Cent Record Ahead Of Leicester Trip

Mohamed Salah (L) and Co trained at Melwood on Tuesday as Liverpool prepare for Leicester

Liverpool stars returned to Melwood for a training session on Tuesday as Jurgen Klopp geared his players up ahead of Leicester clash.

Mohamed Salah and Co were put through their paces as they look to keep their 100 per cent record going at the King Power this weekend.

Klopp’s side sit top of the Premier League after three consecutive victories and are quickly establishing themselves as early title contenders.

Virgil van Dijk appeared focused in the session as Liverpool bid to keep 100 per cent record

Alisson was pictured making a smart save to his right as Simon Mignolet looked on behind him

The Liverpool squad spent some time doing stretches and warming up before training started

Sadio Mane passes to a team-mate during a training drill at their Melwood facilities on Tuesday

They worked on almost every aspect of their game during Tuesday's session at Melwood

But they will have their work cut out against Leicester as Claude Puel’s men have themselves made a decent start to the season with two wins from three.

Liverpool begun their preparations this week for that clash and worked on every aspect of their game during Tuesday’s session.

Virgil Van Dijk, who has become one of Liverpool’s main leaders since joining, was among several players who looked focused as they went through a number of drills.

The Reds stretched first before practicing their passing and testing Alisson in goal with a shooting exercise at the end of the session.

The Brazilian keeper has made a terrific start to life at Liverpool and appears to be settling in well to his new surroundings as he enjoyed his first barbecue this week.

Klopp has scheduled two sessions for each day as they step up their preparations for the trip to Leicester.

The Liverpool boss will be eager to pick up the three points on the road with away games against Tottenham and Chelsea and a fixture against Manchester City to come over their next five games.

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