Brendan Rodgers expects to have Jose Enrique, Glen Johnson and Pepe Reina available for selection when Liverpool travel to Arsenal on Wednesday night.
Enrique has not featured since tearing his hamstring at QPR on December 30, while Reina missed the contests with Norwich City and Oldham Athletic with nose and thigh injuries.
Johnson, meanwhile, missed Sunday's trip to Boundary Park due to a hamstring complaint - but Rodgers is confident he'll have a near fully fit squad to choose from at the Emirates.
The boss told his pre-match press conference: "We've got players coming back from injury, which will be good.
"Glen Johnson is back, Jose Enrique will be back and Pepe Reina will be back, so we'll travel there with a strong squad and the mentality to get a good result."
Liverpool will head to north London aiming to bounce back following Sunday's FA Cup disappointment against Oldham.
Rodgers is confident his players will be in the right frame of mind to pick up three points.
He added: "It's a very important game. I wouldn't say it was a must-win game, but it's a game where, if we put yesterday aside, the team that has been playing of late in the league has got big confidence.
"We know it's a tough game for us, but it's a game we're certainly going to look to go and try and win - and a game we're capable of winning.
"On the day, we can go and win the game - there's absolutely no question of that.
"We played Arsenal earlier on in the season and because of circumstance we weren't at the best and deservedly lost the game.
"But I believe we've made improvements, both mentally and tactically, in our game, so it will be as equally as tough for them."