The Reds have it all to do tonight at Anfield, having lost 3-0 in the first leg, needing to score four and concede none against one of the most prolific sides in Europe.
Only Liverpool (87), Man City (90) and Paris Saint-Germain (98) have scored more goals in the continent’s top five leagues this season than Barca (86), and no player has netted more than Lionel Messi (34).
And with a final-day Premier League decider against Wolves looming, Klopp has been forced to contend with a host of key injuries, naming a strong side regardless.
Alisson remains in goal, looking to help pull another remarkable comeback over Barca after keeping a clean sheet as AS Roma won 3-0 in their quarter-final second leg last season to win on away goals.
Missing two of the club’s top three goalscorers is a big blow, but as Trent told reporters on Monday, “it also presents an opportunity for some of the other players to come in and make a name for themselves and make themselves heroes.”
Substitutes: Mignolet, Lovren, Gomez, Wijnaldum, Woodburn, Sturridge, Brewster
Barcelona: Ter Stegen; Roberto, Pique, Lenglet, Alba; Busquets, Rakitic, Vidal; Messi, Coutinho, Suarez
Substitutes: Cillessen, Semedo, Umtiti, Vermaelen, Arthur, Alena, Malcom