With their Champions League semi-final first leg against AS Roma to come three days later, Klopp will be wary of maintaining the fitness of his squad.
It remains to be seen how many changes the manager opts to make, but speaking at Melwood on Friday morning he provided an update on those available and those ruled out.
“Nothing really new about Adam and Emre. They’re on a good way, we will see what that means at the end,” he told reporters.
“Everything is possible that they will be part of the squad again [before the end of the season].
“The only thing that is 100 percent sure is Joel Matip won’t be in the squad any more.
“Clyney struggled [with] a little muscle issue [after a] pretty normal session. He’s probably not available for tomorrow.
“All the rest are available: Joe is back in full training, Dejan had a little bit longer recovery but he trained yesterday as well. Nothing else, I think that’s it.”
Rotation may be likely in the West Midlands, regardless of the stance Klopp takes before the game, although there is the argument that changes will hamper the Reds’ momentum.
“[Salah has] no physical problems in the moment, hopefully it stays like this,” he added.
“We need the boys for all the games. We have to line up [with] a really, really strong lineup.
“It will be difficult enough. Everybody saw West Brom, four points since they’ve changed the manager.
“A lot of people thought ‘oh, United lost against West Brom!’. Now they have a home game and they want to show that they believe in their little last chance, that’s how it is.
“We are the first opponent in that new situation. We need to be at our best.
“There’s no other way, we don’t have 25 players to line up two sides. We need all the players and thank god Mo is fit.”