Liverpool captain Jordan Henderson is out for the rest of the season after suffering a knee injury at Brighton.
Joel Matip remains sidelined but fellow defender Dejan Lovren is available once more after missing the last three games.
Burnley are again without injured quartet Jack Cork, Ashley Barnes, Ben Mee and Matt Lowton.
Fit-again striker Chris Wood is in contention to start after featuring as a substitute in the last two games.
With three wins and a draw from their past four games, Burnley are doing brilliantly, especially when you consider how depleted Sean Dyche’s squad is.
But I see their good run ending when they go to Anfield. Liverpool will find it far harder to break Burnley down than it was against Brighton in midweek, but I think the end result will be the same – a Reds win.
- Burnley have only won one of the 11 Premier League meetings, drawing one and losing nine.
- The Clarets are on a 12-match winless run at Anfield stretching back to 1974, drawing two games and losing 10.
- Liverpool have won all 17 of their home league games this season and their last 24 in a row in total – a run stretching back to a 1-1 draw with Leicester in January 2019.
- An 18th win would see them equal the Premier League record for home victories in a single campaign.
- Liverpool’s 57-game unbeaten home Premier League run has seen them score 149 goals and concede just 32.
- The Reds need three wins from their final four matches to surpass the record points total in English top-flight history (Manchester City ended with 100 in 2017-18).
- Victory in all their remaining games would see them break the record for the highest points total in one of the top five European leagues, set by Juventus (102 points) in 2013-14.
- Roberto Firmino and Sadio Mane have both scored four goals in their last three Premier League games for Liverpool against Burnley.
- Mohamed Salah is one goal away from becoming the first Liverpool player to score 20 or more goals in three consecutive top-flight campaigns since Roger Hunt did so in four from 1962-66.
- Burnley have lost just one of their last 12 top-flight games.
- They have kept 14 Premier League clean sheets this season – second only to Liverpool.·
- Burnley could keep clean sheets in three consecutive top-flight away matches for the first time since 1955.
- Victory for the Clarets would see them set a new outright club record of 15 wins in a single Premier League season.