Fresh from the Reds' triumphant 6-0 win over Aston Villa, Klopp's side return to European action, when they face Bundesliga side FC Augsburg at the WWK Arena on Thursday evening.
Liverpool returned to winning ways on the weekend, when Daniel Sturridge returned to first-team action, to help the side to a magnificent Villa Park victory.
There were six different goal scorers in an eventful game, and the Reds will hope to carry their form into the first leg of their Europa League Last 32 match, in order to return to England with an advantage for the return tie.
Liverpool managed to survive the Villa game without any new injury concerns, but Kevin Stewart picked up a training injury which will see him out for a while.
Adam Lallana will miss the game through a calf injury, but Lucas Leiva will return after overcoming a knock that kept him out of the trip to the West Midlands.
Dejan Lovren will also miss out, after a family illness has led to him travelling back to his home country of Croatia.
A strong squad has travelled to Germany, which includes, Sturridge, Philippe Coutinho and Roberto Firmino as the Reds look to potentially build a comfortable lead before their Capital One Cup final with Manchester City just days after the second-leg.
This is Augsburg’s first European campaign and they have done extremely well to make it to the last 32.
In the Bundesliga, Augsburg currently sit in 14th place with Markus Weinzierl's side struggling to deal with a busy schedule.
They finished 5th in the Bundesliga last year to qualify for the Europa League.
They have lost ten Bundesliga games this season, which has left them near the bottom-of-the-table.
Klopp will know Augsburg well from his Borussia Dortmund and Mainz days, when he faced them ten times.
During the two spells he managed to win five times, draw three times and lost twice.
This is the first ever meeting between the two clubs.