With games coming thick and fast for Liverpool on a three-day cycle, the manager has spoken readily about rotating his side to keep legs fresh.
But his No. 9 will remain unavailable for the short-term following his hamstring injury against Chelsea prior to the September international break.
“No, not ready,” Klopp said of the possibility of Firmino featuring against Palace.
“Bobby did not start training with the team, it will happen some point next week when he will be back training [with the team], and then we have to see.”
“He had cramp at the end of the game and so we have to see what that means for tomorrow,” Klopp said of the No. 27.
Origi has only been named in one league matchday squad so far this season as an unused substitute on the opening day at Norwich. And you have to go back to February for his last time on the pitch.
With possibly two forward options unavailable, Klopp is likely to reunite his strongest possible trio in Salah, Mane and Jota for the visit of Crystal Palace.