There were no surprise absences as Liverpool trained on the eve of their clash with Ajax, but Jurgen Klopp called in five youngsters from the academy ranks.
The Reds are currently without nine players due to injury as they prepare for what is expected to be the final game of September, with Ajax travelling to Anfield on Tuesday.
A 24-man squad were pictured at the AXA Training Centre on Monday evening, including youngsters Stefan Bajcetic, Isaac Mabaya and Luke Chambers.
The trio could all make the bench at Anfield, with Bajcetic required to fill in for the four unavailable midfielders while Mabaya and Chambers could cover for Ramsay and Robertson respectively.
Klopp was able to welcome back Fabio Carvalho, who missed the 4-1 thrashing at Napoli due to a dead leg, with the Portuguese taking part in a spirited session on a dreary day in Kirkby.
The primary focus, however, will be on defence, as the manager told reporters.
“Everything we did since I’m here and everything my teams do in football is based on really solid, if not nearly perfect, defending,” Klopp said.
“That’s where it all starts and that’s where we had to work on. That’s what we did.”
Liverpool squad in training on Monday
Defenders: Van Dijk, Matip, Gomez, Phillips, Alexander-Arnold, Tsimikas, Mabaya, Chambers
Forwards: Salah, Diaz, Firmino, Jota, Nunez