The current Premier League leaders will welcome back some key members of their squad ahead of Sunday's clash.

Liverpool's hunt for titles this season could continue in cup competitions. Klopp's men secured their presence in the League Cup final earlier this week, and they have received a big boost ahead of their clash against EFL Championship's Norwich City.

Speaking prior to Sunday's clash against the Canaries, Klopp mentioned his team will be ready to welcome back three players that have recovered from their injuries. Those players are Trent Alexander-Arnold, Andrew Robertson, and Dominik Szoboszlai.

"There's a chance for all of them but we will really have to see. It's touch and go," Klopp said.

Then, the coach went further on to share an update on each footballer.

"Robbo is physically ready and I think it was good to have him in the matchday squad, and he's completely in the normal team training schedule. Like Dom from tomorrow on. He had yesterday a session, today I think he has a day off as well and then from tomorrow on he is in completely normal. That means he is obviously ready for minutes," Klopp stated.

Asked about Alexander-Arnold, Klopp admitted there could be some doubts to give him minutes since he is yet to play a single game since his return.

"With Trent, is it already Norwich or is it the game after? We have to see. He was not in team training, not even parts of team training yet, so if he can be in tomorrow then I have to make a decision there. That's it pretty much with these boys. So then we will see. It would be absolutely very helpful if they all could be involved, but we have to see," the coach added.

Before the press conference concluded, Klopp referred to Mohamed Salah's return to Merseyside so the team's doctors could take care of his injury. The boss tried to ease the tension caused by his return to England, following some questionable comments about Liverpool's reasons to fly him back with the AFCON still in play.

"Most people in Egypt understand the situation because we have exactly the same target as Egypt - make Mo fit as quick as possible. That's all we want and that's how it always is: if a player is injured we try everything to help him to get fit as quick as possible,"Klopp concluded.

Liverpool and Norwich City will lock horns on Sunday at Anfield in the fourth round of the FA Cup. Visit our match page for our official broadcast and streaming details.