Having secured a vital 1-0 victory away to West Brom last time out, extending their unbeaten run to seven games, Liverpool will be eager to keep up their excellent form for their run-in.
And with just five games left to play, Klopp’s squad look set to be boosted by the imminent return of two midfielders in Ejaria and Lallana.
Ejaria has missed the last 11 fixtures after picking up an ankle injury in January’s 2-1 loss to Wolves in the FA Cup fourth round, but joined the squad for indoor work.
Meanwhile, the thigh injury Lallana suffered on England duty in March is on the mend, as the 28-year-old confirmed on Instagram.
Lallana told his 1,000,000 followers that it was “time to step it up,” lacing up his boots next to the training pitch at Melwood.
The Reds are still hopeful that Henderson can return before the end of the campaign, but Mane’s knee surgery has sidelined him until pre-season.
As ever, a clutch of youngsters joined Klopp’s squad for training on Wednesday, with Kamil Grabara, Connor Randall, Trent Alexander-Arnold, Joe Gomez, Harry Wilson, Sheyi Ojo and Ben Woodburn all taking part.
With the return of Lallana in particular, Klopp will be confident the Reds can end the season on form and secure their place in next season’s Champions League.