Liverpool can include a lot more experience this time around, with Klopp and his squad only missing that tie due to the winter break, but some of those involved on February 4 will keep their places.
“It’s not about loyalty. These boys are our boys, and they did what they did,” he said.
“If we win the FA Cup in the end, they would be involved in our celebrations; if they will play tomorrow night, I don’t know, we will see that, for sure not all of them.
“From the Shrewsbury team for sure there will be boys in the squad, and who will start then, we will see.
“It’s a different situation than it was in the last round. If you see the team who played at Shrewsbury, that was actually an FA Cup team for us in that moment, which we thought would make sense.
“We couldn’t get the result we wanted, that’s why we had to play a second time, but it will not be exactly the team who played the second time against Shrewsbury.”
Harvey Elliott will miss out, though, having flown as part of the under-19s squad to play Benfica in the UEFA Youth League last 16 on Tuesday afternoon.