The Reds head to Selhurst Park looking to add to an electric start to the season by making it two wins from two.
Liverpool know the importance a fast start has on title ambitions and another convincing win will be the aim as Klopp’s men attempt to apply early pressure to a rampant Man City.
There is a quality and competitive squad at Klopp’s disposal and therefore the luxury of being able to select the lineup based on what is required game-by-game.
This poses an interesting selection as Klopp considers whether to stick with what worked a treat against the Hammers or make changes to keep things fresh with numerous Reds pushing for starts.
So how could the starting XI look on Monday night?
The nucleus of the team which blitzed West Ham will surely be kept intact.
Pushing For Starts
Fabinho will hope to make his debut after illness restricted him to a bench role in the season opener.
The Potential Lineups
The Reds set an instant benchmark for performance level against West Ham and Klopp will want a similarly complete display against the Eagles.
It could be decided that the best way to get it is by sticking with those who delivered so convincingly in the Anfield opener.
All those who started the 4-0 win certainly deserve to keep their places, and with the balance and understanding of that collective also impressive, there is no reason to tamper.
It would mean Fabinho’s wait for a competitive debut goes on while Henderson, Shaqiri and Sturridge all continue on the bench.
As mentioned, there is every reason for the same XI to continue and it would border on harsh in the extreme to take anyone out.
Changes certainly won’t be made for the sake of freshening things up this early in the season, but one switch could arrive in midfield.
A real dilemma presents itself here (and going forward) for Klopp over the captain’s role, and it’s certainly questionable as to whether he deserves a start at Selhurst Park.
But Henderson’s increasing readiness for action, leadership responsibilities and a solid week of training to fully get up to speed could see him come in for his first start of the season.
With Keita a nailed-on starter and Milner arguably the best performer last week, Wijnaldum would most likely be the man to make way from his stand-in role at No. 6.
Nothing else is likely to change with a settled, consistent side arguably the key to building early momentum needed.
The opening victory over West Ham was the perfect start to the new campaign, but the Reds must now back up that impressive win with another at Selhurst Park.