Liverpool are likely to make a number of changes for their clash with Union SG on Thursday, which pits them against the in-form Belgian Pro League leaders.
The Reds head into their next game with little riding on it bar their own momentum, having already secured top spot in their Europa League group.
Progress to the last 16, avoiding a playoff against a Champions League club, is already guaranteed, making the trip to Union SG a dead-rubber.
That should see as many as six youngsters come into realistic contention to start, including another for Jarell Quansah.
All six of those players are already registered for the Europa League, five through List B, which also includes a number of other youngsters.
Klopp will, of course, be eager to win the game regardless, which means that there could still be a surprise when his teamsheet is released.
Either way, it could prove to be a tough test in Belgium, with Union SG stretching their lead at the top of the Belgian top flight on Sunday with a 3-1 win over Charleroi.
Mohamed Amoura scored twice either side of a Casper Terho strike, with manager Alexander Blessin making three changes from the 2-1 win over Cerle Brugge a week previous.
Union SG have only lost four times this season – including 2-0 to Liverpool at Anfield – and have won 13 of their last 17 games.
Sunday’s victory extended their current winning run to three, and six unbeaten, with victory imperative on Thursday night if they hope to overtake Toulouse for a spot in the playoffs.
Union SG vs. Charleroi (3-5-2): Moris; Sykes, Burgess, Machida; Terho (Lapoussin 74′), Amani (Sadiki 74′), Vanhoutte, Puertas (Rasmussen 67′), Castro-Montes; Nilsson (Rodriguez 66′), Amoura (Eckert 76′)
Subs not used: Imbrechts, Mac Allister