MatchBournemouth v Liverpool: Team news
Jürgen Klopp reported no fresh injury concerns ahead of Liverpool's trip to AFC Bournemouth.
The Reds head to Vitality Stadium for Saturday’s lunchtime kick-off in search of a third successive Premier League victory.
They are likely to do so with the same squad options as for last week’s Anfield wins over Wolverhampton Wanderers and Manchester United.
Thiago Alcantara (hip), Luis Diaz (knee) and Joe Gomez (muscle) have yet to return to team training, however, and remain unavailable for selection.
“All three not available [this weekend],” Klopp said on Friday.
“Different stages, I would say. Joey might be able to train at the beginning of the week; Luis I hope during next week. After the international break, then obviously for both [it’s] possible.
“Thiago we will see. None of them trained yet with the team and then we will see how that develops in the next couple of weeks and we will know more.
“Apart from that, from the last game nothing [new] that I heard about.”
Diogo Jota could make his 100th appearance for the club in all competitions and if Roberto Firmino, who Klopp confirmed will leave Liverpool in the summer, features he will reach 250 Premier League outings.
Bournemouth, meanwhile, will make a late decision on whether Jefferson Lerma is fit to return after he missed last week’s defeat at Arsenal through injury.
Lewis Cook is available, but Marcus Tavernier and Hamed Traore are sidelined.
Head coach Gary O’Neil said on Friday: “Jeff’s touch and go. He’s not done as much as you would have liked but he’s further along than the others so we will make a call on him tomorrow.
“Lewis Cook is back so it’s good to have him. The rest should be fairly similar to where we were last week.”
Arsenal 3-2 Bournemouth (March 4): Neto, Smith, Mepham, Stephens, Senesi, Zemura, Rothwell, Billing, Ouattara, Semenyo, Solanke.
Liverpool 7-0 Manchester United (March 5): Alisson, Alexander-Arnold, Konate, Van Dijk, Robertson, Fabinho, Henderson, Elliott, Salah, Nunez, Gakpo.