Mohamed Salah, Mohamed Elneny make Egypt's 29-man World Cup squad

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Aside Liverpool's Mohamed Salah, Egypt named veteran goalkeeper Essam El-Hadary (45) and injured Arsenal midfielder Mohamed Elneny (expected to be fit) in the squad.

The Egyptian player is also known in his hometown for helping the Egyptian national team qualify for the 2018 World Cup in Russian Federation this year.

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Egypt qualified for the World Cup for the first time since 1990. With Uruguay and Russian Federation well under evens to escape the group, Egypt's 6/5 looks to be the making of a slick World Cup bet. Participating teams have until June 4 to finalize their final 23-man squads for the tournament.

Salah has already won the PFA and FWA Player of the Year awards, and was handed his golden boot yesterday for scoring the most goals in the 2017-18 season - beating Harry Kane to the prize.

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Mohamed Salah has proven himself to be a skilled finisher and major threat in the attacking end for Liverpool.

"We have achieved some goals, but we have not reached the ceiling of our ambitions", said Cuper, who has been in charge since 2015. All teams are tough. Hossam Ashour, Moamen Zakaria, Mohammed Magdy and Hussein el-Shahat were all left out. The Pharaohs who return to the World Cup after a 28-year hiatus are due to face Colombia in Bergamo, Italy on 1 June, before having their final warm up game in Brussels against Belgium on 6 June.

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