Virgil van Dijk, Mo Salah and the Liverpool team set to work in the sunshine at Melwood for the trip to Cardiff
- Liverpool players enjoyed training prior to their collision with Cardiff
- Reds are fighting Manchester City for Premier League and cannot afford a slip-up
- The side of Jurgen Klopp was put to the test on a sunny Friday afternoon
- Manchester City allows the Reds to start in the early start on Saturday
The Liverpool title hunters were fought at Melwood on a sunny Good Friday afternoon at Melwood.
The side of Jurgen Klopp seemed extremely relaxed and seemed to enjoy each other's company.
Virgil van Dijk shared a joke with Sadio Mane and put an arm around the shoulder of the Senegal international.
Virgil van Dijk and Sadio Mane enjoyed a chat during Liverpool Friday practice
Mo Salah wore a broad grin and seemed to enjoy the sun
Alisson participated in a number of goalkeeper exercises, but the session was not strenuous
Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain and Joe Gomez were part of the group, a reassuring face for fans after their injuries.
And Trent Alexander-Arnold had a chat with Andy Robertson, perhaps he discussed their commitment to who will provide the most assistance this season.
The Reds did not seem to be particularly concerned with just one day until their trip to Wales to be threatened with relocation by Cardiff.
Trent Alexander-Arnold (left) and his full-back partner Andy Robertson looked relaxed
Joe Gomez (left) hopes for some playing time in the last few games of the season
After reaching the semi-finals of the Champions League on Wednesday with the 4-1 victory (6-1 total) over Porto, attention returns to the Premier League.
Klopp hopes that Tottenham can grab points in the early starting points of Manchester City on Saturday.
Liverpool is two points free, but City has a game in hand and would defend their title with a win in each of their remaining five games.
Van Dijk practiced some of his long-distance passes that were the key to the Reds