By North-west correspondent Alex Stevens
Daniel Sturridge, Philippe Coutinho and Divock Origi are all in the Liverpool squad that faces West Ham in the FA Cup on Tuesday night.
The trio were all picture in the travelling party as the players arrived at Liverpool Airport ahead of their flight to London.
They were joined by Jon Flanagan, who started his first match in two years in the League Cup clash against Stoke a fortnight ago.
Sturridge has not featured since the start of December while Coutinho has missed the last month and Origi has been absent since Boxing Day. The trio have all been missing with hamstring injuries.
Football Insider revealed on Sunday morning that Sturridge, Coutinho and Origi were all set to be named in the squad that travels to Upton Park for the FA Cup fourth-round replay.
The fixture has suddenly taken on greater significance for the Merseysiders after they collected just one point from their last two Premier League matches to leave them well adrift of the top four.
Manager Klopp will ring the changes once again as he navigates a brutal fixture schedule after an inexperienced Liverpool side held West Ham to a goal-less draw in the FA Cup fourth-round match 10 days ago.
Sturridge was an unused substitute on Saturday as Liverpool threw away a two-goal lead over Sunderland with 10 minutes left to draw 2-2.
“We haven’t decided yet about a starting line-up. Daniel was fit enough for the bench on Saturday, he was impressive on Friday in training,” explained Klopp at his media briefing on Monday.
“I hope to have Divock and Philippe Coutinho in the squad tomorrow. It is complicated because extra-time is possible. They can’t all start together because then we have to make three changes.”
Liverpool (possible): Ward; Flanagan, Caulker, Enrique, Smith; Ibe, Brannagan, Stewart, Teixeira; Benteke, Sturridge. Subs (possible): Mignolet, Stewart, Ilori, Chirivella, Coutinho, Origi, Oji.