Mohamed Salah and Virgil Van Dijk have been ruled out of Liverpool's crucial Premier League clash at Southampton.
The pair were forced off during the FA Cup final against Chelsea at Wembley on Saturday with groin and knee injuries respectively.
Neither are seriously injured but, despite the importance of the fixture in the title race, manager Juergen Klopp does not want to take risks as he plans ahead for the Champions League final.
"No. They are both OK, so the target for both would be they could be involved again at the weekend," Klopp said when asked if either could play at St Mary's on Tuesday night.
"It's very positive, (there is) no doubt about the final and we're realistic about the Wolves game (on Sunday), but for tomorrow, (we'd) rather not."
Liverpool realistically need to win to retain any hope of pipping Manchester City to the title, but, with the draining nature of the penalty shoot-out victory over Chelsea also a factor, Klopp feels rotation is necessary.
"When did Southampton have their last game? I think it was 10 (or) 12 days ago. (It's) long," the German said.
"OK, they might lack a bit (of) rhythm but, if we make changes, we lose that advantage of having rhythm as well.
"They are completely fresh and this is a high-energetic, well-organised team. That's the challenge we face.
"Imagine we go there with 10 players, or eight players, who played 120 minutes. That makes no sense, so that's why we have to make changes."
Defeat for the Reds would end their quadruple bid and see City confirmed as champions.
Yet after City drew 2-2 at West Ham on Sunday, Liverpool have a chance to move back within one point ahead of the final round of fixtures. Liverpool wrap up their campaign at home to Wolves, with City hosting Aston Villa.
"I am really looking forward to the game tomorrow, but is it a big chance? I wouldn't say so because I don't know when City last dropped points two games in a row," Klopp added.
"I don't expect City to drop points, but that has no influence on our game tomorrow. In an ideal world we'll go into the last match one point behind."
Australian Associated Press
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