Jordan Henderson is available again but Liverpool have fitness doubts over Sadio Mane and Andy Robertson for the Premier League clash with Burnley on Wednesday night.

The Reds captain, who served a one-game suspension as Jürgen Klopp’s side won the 232nd Merseyside derby last weekend, comes back into contention ahead of the game at Turf Moor.

An appearance for Henderson would be the 300th of his league career.

Mane and Robertson will be closely monitored before the manager chooses his XI, however, after suffering a cut to the foot and dead leg respectively against Everton.

“Sadio really had an awful cut on his foot. It needed to be stitched,” Klopp explained at his pre-match press conference on Tuesday afternoon.

“He is OK but walking around here now in flip-flops and you don’t play in flip-flops! That means in this moment he is not ready, but we will see later. With Robbo it is not that serious as with Sadio, but we need to have a look.”

Burnley sit 19th in the Premier League table ahead of Liverpool’s visit, having not won any of their last seven matches, but Klopp considers that a false position.

“The squad is strong and I know they will be fine in the end of the season, I am sure,” he said.

“They look calm in the moment and so far they didn’t get the results they maybe would have deserved with their performances. Now we have to make sure their run starts at the earliest at the weekend and not earlier.”

Burnley midfielder Steven Defour is ‘touch and go’ for the match due to a knee issue.

Sean Dyche has no other fresh injury concerns, though, with Nick Pope and Stephen Ward long-term absentees for the Clarets.

“He’s struggled with his knee just a little bit so we’ve made sure we’ve taken care of it the last couple of days. We’ll see how it is tomorrow,” Dyche said of Defour.

“It’s not serious, we’re just making sure he’s right, that’s all. He’s OK generally with his knee, he’s six games back in, so we’re making sure.”

The Burnley boss confirmed his squad is ‘pretty much OK otherwise’.

Last time out

Crystal Palace v Burnley (December 1): Hart, Lowton, Long, Mee, Taylor, Lennon, Defour, Cork, Gudmundsson, Hendrick, Wood.

Liverpool v Everton (December 2): Alisson, Alexander-Arnold, Gomez, Van Dijk, Robertson, Wijnaldum, Fabinho, Shaqiri, Mane, Salah, Firmino.