The Reds played out an intense 4-2 defeat away to Roma on Wednesday night, but progressed to the Champions League final by virtue of a 7-6 aggregate win.
Klopp’s side left it all out on the field at Stadio Olimpico, with James Milner among those collapsing to the turf at the final whistle, in a mixture of relief and exhaustion.
Victory in west London would be ideal, eradicating any possibility of even a major swing in goal difference from the Blues in their final two games seeing the Reds finish fifth.
And fortunately, Klopp has provided a positive update on the fitness of his squad ahead of their trip to the capital.
“From [Wednesday night], all should be OK. It is the first game for weeks that nothing happened in the game,” he told LiverpoolFC.com.
“Adam [Lallana] trained [on Thursday morning] with the squad players and looked good.
“But the normal season is only one-and-a-half weeks [to go], a very intense one-and-a-half weeks. Nothing else.”
On the possibility of making alterations Klopp conceded that “it is quite difficult” given his list of absentees, but added that “we will see.”
“We have to wait. We trained [on Thursday morning] and the boys who played [on Wednesday night] had their recovery,” he explained.
“We’ll come together [on Friday]—I can’t make any decisions before that.
“We have to wait and see. But it’s difficult, the whole situation is not too easy.”