Liverpool will make it out of Group E with two matches to spare if it can win away at Toulouse, following on from a 5-1 home victory. Jürgen Klopp's side could even secure a spot as group winner if Union SG fails to win away at LASK.

Liverpool has been rotating significantly for this competition anyway, but would have even more license to do so if it could bank early passage to the knockout stages. Coming amid a run of Premier League games featuring both Manchester City and Manchester United, that would be a welcome boost for Klopp and his staff.

But will that lead Liverpool to field an especially strong side here in the hope of taking care of business? There's the meeting with Brentford at the weekend to think about, too, with Klopp aiming to bounce back from the disappointing draw at Luton.

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In some departments, his hand will be forced. In particular, ongoing issues are still plaguing the midfield, with Spanish duo Thiago Alcântara and Stefan Bajčetić still sidelined.

They're joined on the absentees list by both Curtis Jones and Ryan Gravenberch, with Liverpool having now confirmed its squad traveling to France. Jones missed out at the weekend with a 'minor' problem, but was not present in the most recent training photos, and nor was his Dutch partner. This leaves Klopp with only limited options, and could lead to a rare start for Alexis Mac Allister as a number eight.

Rather more surprisingly, Virgil van Dijk has also been left out of the traveling party. The Liverpool captain took part in training on Wednesday, but will join Jones and Gravenberch in staying at home. Klopp said in his press conference that the Reds man has a slight illness and therefore didn't travel on the plane.

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Elsewhere in defense, Andy Robertson remains out after suffering a shoulder injury while away with Scotland. He has since undergone surgery. On the other side, Conor Bradley is also still out.

It looks set to be a full complement for Klopp to choose from in attack. Ben Doak has yet to feature after making his return from injury, but looks like he has a good chance of doing so here. Meanwhile, Luis Díaz felt ready to play a part in the Premier League at the weekend amid the ongoing situation surrounding his father, and will be available again.

There are plenty of youngsters traveling with the Reds to France as well. Luke Chambers, Calum Scanlon, James McConnell and Jarell Quansah all feature again, while Fabian Mrozek has been named among the goalkeepers.

How many of his senior options Klopp chooses to use is another question. Here, brings you the full list of players available to the manager as the Reds look to get out of Group E with time to spare.

Goalkeepers: Alisson Becker, Caoimhín Kelleher, Fabian Mrozek.

Defenders: Ibrahima Konaté, Joël Matip, Joe Gomez, Kostas Tsimikas, Trent Alexander-Arnold, Jarell Quansah, Luke Chambers, Calum Scanlon.

Midfielders: Alexis Mac Allister, Dominik Szoboszlai, Wataru Endō,Harvey Elliott, James McConnell.

Forwards:Luis Díaz, Mohamed Salah, Cody Gakpo, Darwin Núñez, Diogo Jota, Ben Doak.

Players who are injured: Thiago Alcântara, Andy Roberson, Stefan Bajčetić, Conor Bradley.

Players who are out: Curtis Jones, Ryan Gravenberch, Virgil van Dijk.