Jürgen Klopp has yet to decide upon his line-up for Sunday’s Premier League clash with Tottenham Hotspur, but feels he has a ‘few nice options’ for the Anfield encounter.
Liverpool will aim to open up a five-point gap over their fellow top-four rivals with a victory on Merseyside, though Spurs can leapfrog the Reds in the table should they clinch the spoils.
Asked in his pre-match press conference whether he was likely to make changes for the fixture, Klopp replied: “I have no clue in the moment if we will rotate a lot or not. What I want to see on the pitch, I know. Who it will be to start doing it exactly I don’t know because in this part of the season we have to wait all the time for [an update from] our medical department.
“It is always like this and that’s why I think we have a few nice options where we could make changes or not, we will see.
“The last game was good. If you go back to the Man City game, it was a different line-up. We will see what we will do.
“There is no reason to tell it now; not to the boys, not Tottenham, nobody. Those who want to know who will start will have to watch the game.”