Lallana missed the Reds’ last three games with a groin injury picked up on international duty with England, but is now preparing to return to action.
He has established himself as a key member of Klopp’s first team, thriving in an aggressive, box-to-box midfield role, and his energy and tenacity have been noticeably lacking in recent weeks.
Whether he will be fit to start against Bournemouth remains to be seen, with Sky Sports merely reporting that he has “a chance of returning.”
Both are likely to start in the German’s attacking line, with Sadio Mane set to join them in Liverpool’s typical three-man unit.
The last time Liverpool took on the Cherries at Dean Court came in April, when goals from Firmino and Sturridge sealed a 2-1 victory for a side that included youngsters Danny Ward, Connor Randall, Brad Smith, Kevin Stewart, Sheyi Ojo and Jordon Ibe.
After making eight changes to his side to take on Leeds at Anfield on Tuesday, however, Klopp is likely to revert to his strongest starting lineup.
The return of Lallana will boost his options, and Liverpool can hope to extend their unbeaten run to 16 games in all competition, and continue their bid for the Premier League title.