Bayern Munich's Kingsley Coman a doubt for Liverpoool clash

Bayern Munich's Kingsley Coman a doubt for Liverpoool clash

Bayern Munich's Kingsley Coman a doubt for Liverpoool clash

Kingsley Coman has been given the all clear to face Liverpool in the Champions League on Tuesday despite fears that he had sustained a serious injury in Bayern's 3-2 Bundesliga win at Augsburg last night.

Bayern's slow start to the Bundesliga season put coach Niko Kovac immediately under pressure in his first campaign in charge.

The former Brighton manager played more than 300 games for Liverpool and believes that his old side can topple one of Europe's elite, by focusing on one thing in particular. "If you look at what Liverpool did in the Champions League last season and what they are doing in the Premier League this season, then you have to say Liverpool is the most hard draw that..."

Defender Andrew Robertson expects Liverpool to be at "full throttle" when the Champions League restarts at home to Bayern Munich on Tuesday. "We will know more tomorrow".

Corentin Tolisso, Arjen Robben, Renato Sanches are all out injured and Thomas Muller is suspended, while Kingsley Coman is a doubt with an ankle problem that is being monitored closely and Jerome Boateng could miss the game with a stomach virus.

Liverpool's trip to Marbella comes to an end on Friday, but Jurgen Klopp says the four-day stay will prove immensely beneficial across the season run-in.

"Everyone knows how special nights here are in the Champions League".

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Just when the hosts thought they had held out, Bayern snatched another equaliser in first-half injury time when Goretzka threaded the ball through to Coman, who slotted his second through Kobel's legs.

"Now I think it changed and they developed really well".

Gerard Houllier's side won the UEFA Cup in 2001 as Bayern Munich lifted the Champions League meaning the two sides meant in Monaco in August of that year.

"So I hope he can play (against Liverpool)". If Dejan gives a sign on Monday - "I feel brilliant" - then we'd have to think anew. "Maybe in the beginning of the season they didn't have that but the situation from my point of view makes them even more unsafe than before".

"That's what we need to do, it's not about favouring one competition".

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