Hot off the heels of the draw with Everton on Sunday, Liverpool square up with struggling West Bromwich Albion at Anfield and even though he got some heat for making a number of changes in the Derby, Reds boss Jurgen Klopp will nearly certainly be forced to switch things up tomorrow - though it remains unlikely that Adam Lallana will be risked against the Baggies.
"There's nothing new and serious after last game", Klopp added, "but Moreno isn't ready for sure and Joël Matip is not in training".
"Adam is good", Klopp insisted when asked about Lallana's status-and his absence in recent weeks. "That's it. We have to see, but he is in a good way".
Ther Reds boss also highlighted West Brom's physicality and says "we know what we can expect". One or two it's possible the time is not enough for the West Brom game.
West Brom manager Alan Pardew is reported to be interested in signing Barnsley right back Andy Yiadom in an attempt strengthen his defensive line in the January transfer window.
"Adam is back in training completely normal but he has to build up again", Klopp said.
"It's not great and we need to improve on it".
"I think we know what (West Brom boss) Alan Pardew said when he came in, that he wants to play offensive football and stuff like this but it's the situation for West Brom... you can not change things overnight".
"We should not need him for tomorrow [Wednesday] but then, step by step, we need to see how we can bring him into shape".
'But it is still possible that it is not that long and it is possible, I don't know, until six weeks. 'He is running but not more so that means it takes a little bit longer'. I am not here to judge, but you only can with a lot more time than Alan has had so far.
Yet they still stretched their unbeaten run to 10 games in all competitions, having netted in every single game across that run and scored three or more in eight of them - notching 34 in total.