Jones and Camacho were among nine players brought into the starting lineup, while Hoever replaced the injured Dejan Lovren after just six minutes at Molineux.
Klopp has placed significantly less emphasis on the FA Cup than any competition during his reign on Merseyside, with the timing of the third round—just after a traditionally busy festive schedule—the clear reason.
And while the manager was criticised from some quarters for a perceived lack of respect for the cup, Carragher made a good point in his assessment.
“I have no problem with the Liverpool selection from Jurgen Klopp,” he wrote on Twitter.
“Would rather we had won, but we have the best chance we’ve had in years of winning the Premier League and it may be years before we’re in this position again.
And rightly so, as Carragher points out, with Liverpool currently holding a convincing four-point lead over City, and six over Spurs, at the top of the Premier League.
City and Spurs are also in the semi-finals of the League Cup, and while it may seem warped to spin their absence from both competitions into a positive, Liverpool’s schedule is much more streamlined.
The Reds now play just three more games in January, against Brighton (Jan 12), Palace (Jan 19) and Leicester (Jan 30), with that 11-day break between the last two fixtures one neither City or Spurs can boast.
Furthermore, next month there are nine free days between the home clashes with Bournemouth (Feb 9) and Bayern Munich (Feb 19), and it is likely Klopp will be planning at least one warm-weather training camp.
The difference in schedules between Liverpool (10 games), City (13) and Spurs (13) over January and February could be a key factor in determining the champions come May.