Egypt will face Russian Federation on Tuesday at 8 pm Cairo time.
Salah, who turned 26 on Friday, trained with his team-mates on Saturday ahead of their crunch game with the hosts who started their World Cup by beating Saudi Arabia 5-0.
Egyptian fans at the Moscow Fan Fest believe it would have been a different story altogether had Liverpool star Mohammed Salah featured in their Group "A" clash against Uruguay.
Uruguay coach Oscar Tabarez defended Suarez after Friday's game.
After one game, he's got some work to do to make a positive mark.
Deputy Prime Minister Vitaly Mutko told reporters after attending Sunday's (Jun 17) training sessions that players knew the importance of Tuesday's showdown with the Pharaohs in Saint Petersburg.
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"I'm very happy with the attitude of the team and how they played throughout".
"The team is getting ready for Egypt".
"The Pharoahs on their part dictated the tempo of the game and had lots of possession which forced the Uruguay side to sit deep and rely exclusively on the counter-attack".
"Mo Salah is an extremely important player for us, nobody can deny that, but you need to have a good team, and we have a good team", said the Argentinian, as per Reuters.
"(His) condition is so much better.
While it definitely brings out the creative side of the advertisement, it definitely won't go down well with Suarez and his fans whoa re expecting a good show from Uruguay in the World Cup.
"We wanted to avoid risks in this match (with Salah), but I think he will be fine for the next game", he said.