Crystal Palace lost left-back Tyrick Mitchell to an ankle knock towards the end of their draw with Brentford, but the issue is not a serious one, and the Englishman’s place in the starting XI here is not thought to be under any threat.
Sam Johnstone remains out for the hosts, but Wilfried Zaha could potentially be involved after training with the team on Friday, while Nathan Ferguson, Joel Ward and James Tomkins could all be in contention to play too.
Eze’s goal off the bench last weekend has given Vieira a selection dilemma, with Jeffrey Schlupp potentially at risk of the axe, while Jean-Philippe Mateta and Arsenal loanee Albert Sambi Lokonga may also be fearing for their places.
As for Liverpool, Klopp managed to recover Nunez from a shoulder injury for the defeat to Real Madrid, where Thiago Alcantara, Calvin Ramsay, Luis Diaz, Arthur and Ibrahima Konate all missed out with their respective injury problems – the latter is now back in training, but he has only engaged in a couple of sessions and is unlikely to be involved.
The Reds did not pick up any serious concerns on Tuesday, but changes will certainly be considered following such a humiliating evening, with the fit-again Diogo Jota and Roberto Firmino both pushing to return to the final third.
A first-leg disasterclass for Joe Gomez could see the England international cede his place at the back to Joel Matip too – especially after he appeared to suffer an issue late on – while Naby Keita and Harvey Elliott are candidates to freshen up the midfield.