Speaking at his pre-match press conference on Monday, Klopp said midfielder Lallana – who sat out Saturday’s FA Cup tie against Wolves due to a minor injury – is fine to face Antonio Conte’s side.
But right-back Clyne will be assessed again ahead of the game, with an ongoing rib injury keeping him on the sidelines.
“We have to wait,” said Klopp on Clyne, who did a running session with fitness coach Andreas Kornmayer on Sunday afternoon.
With Clyne a doubt for the important clash on Tuesday, Klopp opted not to risk Trent Alexander-Arnold against Wolves, with Connor Randall making a surprise start instead.
Alexander-Arnold now looks likely to start against Chelsea on Tuesday.
Meanwhile, Klopp explained that midfielder Ovie Ejaria suffered a ligament injury against Wolves, saying he would be out for a long time and that “it’s serious.”