Salah returned early from global duty after being forced off with a muscle strain during Egypt's 4-1 victory over Swaziland in an African Nations Cup qualifier last Friday.
Jurgen Klopp has had to watch on with growing frustration through the worldwide break, as several players picked up knocks.
Liverpool have not yet ruled Mane out of the Huddersfield game, despite breaking a bone in his hand. The forward could play with a protective cast on his left hand, should the club be willing to take the risk.
Though Liverpool suffered the most from the so-called "FIFA virus" in this global break, here is a look at the other top European clubs who will have to change their plans following injuries to their key players while on worldwide duty.
The spate of injuries threatened to leave Liverpool shorthanded for their clash against the Terriers, but the Reds can be buoyed by some good news in training.
"The medical staff of the Dutch national team spoke to the medical staff of Liverpool and made the decision that he was playing only the Germany game and then after back to Liverpool".
The club released photos of Van Dijk, Salah and Milner taking part in Thursday's session , indicating they are on the right path.
Mohamed Salah was also involved despite having sustained a muscle issue of his own during the worldwide break for Egypt.