In response to a question whether the trio will return to the Chelsea match in the 29th stage of the English Premier League, Klopp said: “Alison and Fabinho, I am sure they will be available.”
“As for Diogo, he was with us in the hotel, but he became ill overnight and we had to bring him home. It obviously depends on how quickly he recovered.”
The German coach added: “Diogo was in the team and as I said before, he trained with the team and it all looked really good but unfortunately he fell ill overnight. I think he will be available, but I don’t know.”
Fabinho went to full training on Monday, after a muscle injury that kept him out of Liverpool’s last four matches, while Allison missed the last match in which the Reds won 2-0 at Sheffield United on Sunday for personal reasons after his father’s death earlier this week. .
While Jota was included in the Liverpool list for the first time since he suffered a knee injury on December 9.
Liverpool are looking to achieve their second successive victory in the English Premier League by overthrowing Chelsea, to rise in the ranking, as the Reds are currently ranked sixth with 43 points, and are 19 points behind leaders Manchester City.