Both Alexander-Arnold and Matip missed the flight to Genk this week for the Reds’ 4-1 win in the Champions League, having been ruled out with illness and injury respectively.
Speaking ahead of the visit of Spurs this weekend, Klopp provided an update on the trio’s fitness, with no concern over Robertson.
“We just rested Robbo. We said ‘that’s enough for today’, 60 minutes, he could do it and did it. He’s fine,” the manager told reporters.
“Trent is fine – if there is no setback. With Joel we have to see, I didn’t see him yet.
“Trent looked fine. You know how it is sometimes: he was ill, ill enough not to travel with us which was not a good sign.
“But he had a ‘clearing session’ yesterday, and if it is as it was yesterday he should be fine.”
Matip is, therefore, so far unlikely to start at Anfield, with Lovren the probable candidate to keep his place if the No. 32 is unavailable.
Xherdan Shaqiri will definitely be missing on Sunday, with the Swiss still sidelined with a calf injury that has kept him out of the last six games.
“Shaq I saw this morning, spoke to him, it will still take a little bit of time,” Klopp explained.
“[He has] big muscles [so] unfortunately he obviously needs more time to heal!”
The manager has no further injury issues heading into the weekend, with Nathaniel Clyne and Paul Glatzel the only long-term casualties.
* Update: Matip did not train on Friday afternoon.