Liverpool enter the League Cup in the second round, and will travel to the Pirelli Stadium on Tuesday to take on Nigel Clough’s Brewers.
Burton are newly promoted to the Championship, and have begun their campaign positively, sealing a win and a draw from their opening four games, leaving them four places from the relegation zone.
Therefore, the German has stressed that while he “will make changes” to his starting lineup, supporters should not expect “seven or eight.”
Ings is still recovering from a nightmare ACL injury, despite making his return against West Bromwich Albion in the league in May, while Klopp suggested Origi is yet to find his “rhythm” after a summer spent with Belgium at the European Championship in France.
In terms of injuries, Klopp suggested little had changed from the weekend, with only 87 hours between the two fixtures.
“No injuries. Little issues, if you want,” he told reporters at Melwood on Monday afternoon.
“I could name a few names, but they can still play. I haven’t made a final decision.
“I’d say everyone who was available last week is available, maybe a few more. A few [more] like Lucas [Leiva], but we should not force it.”
However, Ovie Ejaria, another young talent who shone during pre-season, could take part after returning to training following a disappointing groin injury.