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Egypt ready to release Salah on Russia | Match Prediction
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Egypt ready to release Salah on Russia | Match Prediction 

Egypt coach Hector Cuper is prepared to bet on Mohamed Salah and is trusting the striker gets through a last wellness test on the eve of the nation's World Cup match against Russia.

Shoulder injury kept Salah out of Egypt's opening game against Group A top choices Uruguay, in which the group from north Africa were beaten 1-0.

Russian influenced a fantasy to begin, beating Saudi Arabia 5-0 to ascend to the highest point of the group above Uruguay on goal contrast.

The host country's manager Stanislav Cherchesov insists all will be well, regardless of whether Salah does play."We are contemplating Egypt and we should be able to exploit their weaknesses,' said Cherchesov said yesterday. "I have a basic answer: We are prepared to stop Salah and we will do this."

What's more, the Tass news organization has revealed that an otter from Socho Zoo — 'Harry' — predicted a week ago's opening win by choosing a ball with a Russian flag hung crosswise over it.The otter being referred to has went down his strong first call by indicating that Egypt will be beaten, as well, in spite of the fact that it has not gone without consideration that a piglet, Boris, proposes the game may be drawn.

Egypt should in any event draw with the host country in St Petersburg on Tuesday to keep their World Cup hopes alive.

"Salah is fit," Cuper told correspondents on Monday. "We always complete a last physical test before we declare our line-up and today we will have an important test for him to perceive how he does.

“I think he will be able to play. He is an essential piece in our team.”

He has scored 33 goals in 57 appearances for Egypt and was their best scorer in World Cup qualifying, fixing their place in Russia with a stoppage-time penalty against Congo that started wild festivals in the soccer-mad country.

"Salah is one of the best players in the world.. For me there's no shadow of an uncertainty there. It's a respect and a benefit to mentor him. On top of being talented, he is humble. He is a team player and that at any rate for me is critical at this point. He's an essential player for us. It's not possible for anyone to deny that. I say it with all due regard to other players in the Egyptian squad.... I think he’ll be able to play.”

Cherchesov extended the limits of believability when he claimed that he would like Salah to play.'God willing, he'll be fit and entertain the fans. He's the sort of player who illuminates games and tournaments like this,' he said. 

A few media here are foreseeing that Salah will play from the beginning tonight, yet will attempt to dodge direct physical challenges with rivals.

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