Jurgen Klopp and his coaching staff oversaw training at Melwood on Thursday as Liverpool prepare for the weekend’s pre-season friendly at Bury.
The Reds are set for their third of nine summer warmup clashes, having secured back-to-back victories over Chester and Tranmere Rovers.
The pair were present as Pepijn Lijnders led one of the final training sessions before travelling to Gigg Lane on Saturday, but three players missed out.
Initially splitting into three groups for warmup drills, Lijnders then led the squad through ball work as Klopp watched on, underlining his faith in his assistant.
Karius’ error in the 3-2 win at Tranmere on Tuesday night suggested he was still struggling in terms of his mentality after the Champions League final, though no decision has been made on Klopp’s No. 1 yet.
They will then head to a training camp in Evian, before two final friendlies against Napoli in Dublin and Torino at Anfield.