The Liverpool squad has arrived in Milan ahead of tonight’s Champions League clash, with four senior players not travelling, but four youngsters are among those involved.
Jurgen Klopp and his side will look to round off Group B with a perfect record, becoming the first-ever English side to win all six of their group games.
They come up against an AC Milan outfit still hoping to progress to the last 16, with Porto and Atletico Madrid also in with a chance of reaching the next stage.
In his pre-match press conference, Klopp admitted that he would “have to rotate” for a game that, beyond prize money, means little to the success of his side.
To that end, it was perhaps no surprise that Jordan Henderson, Thiago and Diogo Jota were all not involved in the Reds’ open training session on Monday, with it suspected the trio were in second-day recovery after the win at Wolves.
None of those three made the flight to Milan, while it appears as though Virgil van Dijk was also left out of the travelling squad as Liverpool continue to manage his fitness.
James Milner is not in Italy either, having picked up a one-match suspension with his third booking of the group stage against Porto.
Morton is in line for his second start in the Champions League, while goalkeeper Davies, right-back Bradley and midfielder Dixon-Bonner are likely to make the bench.
Furthermore, both Naby Keita and Joe Gomez have travelled, with Klopp suggesting in his press conference that while neither would start, he would utilise his allotted five substitutions to allow them valuable game time on their return from injury.
But there is no guarantee all of those key players will start, and in fact, it is likely that Robertson misses out with Kostas Tsimikas taking press conference duties alongside Klopp.
Liverpool’s travelling squad vs. AC Milan
Goalkeepers: Alisson, Kelleher, Davies
Defenders: Matip, Konate, Gomez, Phillips, Alexander-Arnold, Robertson, Tsimikas, Williams, Bradley
Midfielders: Fabinho, Keita, Oxlade-Chamberlain, Morton, Dixon-Bonner
Forwards: Salah, Mane, Origi, Minamino