Speaking in his pre-Newcastle United press conference, as cited by Anfield Watch's Twitter account, Klopp confirmed that Kostas Tsimikas would return to the squad ahead of tomorrow's game but that Curtis Jones and Roberto Firmino are both still absent.
"Kostas [Tsimikas] and Curtis [Jones] had a couple of issues," said Klopp. "Kostas is back but Curtis is not yet back. Bobby [Firmino] will not be ready for tomorrow either. He hasn't trained yet. But that is it."
Anfield Watch Verdict
Thankfully their issues seemed to be nothing major as picking up injuries now, even for fringe players, could derail our quadruple push.
📺 Jurgen Klopp on injuries:
"Bobby will not be ready for tomorrow. He hasn't trained yet." 🔴 pic.twitter.com/hm1TVMpG8i
Firmino's injury on the other hand seems a bit more serious. It was thought that the Brazilian would only miss a game or two but it's now looking like he could miss the final run-in for the Reds.
This Firmino injury may have been a massive issue a few seasons ago but thanks to Klopp and Michael Edwards, we are now no longer short of attacking players to help us win games.
There is also the clutchest player in the world on the bench, Divock Origi, if we need to call on him.