The Reds head to Old Trafford on Saturday lunchtime, with just two points separating the rivals in the Premier League.
Victory would take Liverpool ahead of United, as well as further enhancing their chances of a top-four finish, which remains their primary objective this season.
Klopp has been fortunate in the injury department of late, with plenty of rest between games ensuring he has virtually a fully fit squad to choose from.
“Robertson is clear (to play), Clyne is in a good way, with no setbacks,” Klopp told reporters, with the right-back still not featuring for the Reds this season.
“Hendo looked okay yesterday after having a dead leg. Gini is on his way back and looks good, but him and Ben [Woodburn] lost one or two kilos (following illness).
“Training has been normal.”
It is a big bonus for Klopp to have such a wealth of options going into arguably their most important match of the season, and selecting the correct starting lineup will be the manager’s greatest task.
The Reds have only won twice at Old Trafford since 2004, which highlights how tough this fixture is, but Klopp’s men have it in them to improve that record in style this weekend.