Salah scores against Newcastle. REUTERS/Scott Heppell
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Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho has the tough task of keeping Liverpool's Mohamed Salah quiet as Jurgen Klopp's entertainers roll into town at the weekend – with second place in the Premier League the prize on offer.The onus will be on Mourinho to take the game to the visitors at Old Trafford Saturday but the Portuguese manager, criticized for keeping his array of attackers firmly on the leash, is unlikely to risk throwing caution to the wind.Liverpool had scored 20 goals in their previous seven games before a much-changed side drew 0-0 with Porto in midweek, a result that sealed a place in the Champions League quarterfinals for the first time in nine years.The match against Liverpool is the first of three games in eight days for United at Old Trafford that will define their season.
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