Every Liverpool player available vs West Ham as Diogo Jota still out and Stefan Bajčetić closer

Stefan Bajčetić, Alexis Mac Allister and Darwin Núñez of Liverpool during the UEFA Europa League 2023/24 quarter-final second leg training and press conference at AXA Training Centre on April 17, 2024 in Bergamo, Italy.
As Liverpool travels to West Ham, midfielder Stefan Bajčetić could be on the cusp of a senior return. -Credit:Andrew Powell/Liverpool FC via Getty Images

Jürgen Klopp has an exciting day tomorrow. It's his last ever 12:30 kick-off as Liverpool manager.

Fittingly, it's a particularly unreasonable one, coming as it does so soon after the defeat to Everton. That was on Wednesday night, and Klopp will now take his Liverpool side to London to contest a fourth successive away game.

There's barely any time to train, never mind recover from injuries. As such, even minor setbacks are resulting in multiple games missed, with Diogo Jota the latest unfortunate player.

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Billed as the answer to Liverpool's finishing woes, he was just finding some rhythm when he suffered a setback. How Klopp could have done with him in the derby. The manager will at least have Cody Gakpo back, after the forward missed the Everton game for the birth of his son.

Jota joins an injury list that — while far shorter than at previous points in the season — is nonetheless significant. Thiago Alcântara, Joël Matip and Ben Doak are all long-term absentees, with Thiago and Matip having almost certainly played their final games for Liverpool due to their expiring contracts.

Meanwhile, Conor Bradley is another one nursing a smaller problem. Like Jota, the game against West Ham comes too soon for him.

Stefan Bajčetić's situation is less clear-cut. He has made the bench for the first team since returning from injury (the home game against Atalanta), but is yet to feature. He is being eased back with the Liverpool U21s, where he has now completed half-hour and 45 minute outings. It remains to be seen whether Klopp now deems him ready for senior action, although with Wataru Endō and Alexis Mac Allister available, the Spaniard certainly won't be rushed.

Here Liverpool.com brings you the full list of players available to the manager as the Reds look to at the very least restore some pride. As Klopp reminded everyone after the Everton defeat, there's also still a Champions League spot to mathematically secure, while the Reds must also be in position in case of the unlikeliest of collapses for Arsenal and Manchester City.

Goalkeepers: Alisson, Caoimhín Kelleher, Adrián, Fabian Mrozek.

Defenders: Virgil van Dijk, Joe Gomez, Ibrahima Konaté, Jarell Quansah, Kostas Tsimikas, Trent Alexander-Arnold, Andy Robertson.

Midfielders: Alexis Mac Allister, Dominik Szoboszlai, Harvey Elliott, Wataru Endō, Ryan Gravenberch, Curtis Jones, James McConnell, Bobby Clark.

Forwards: Mohamed Salah, Darwin Núñez, Luis Díaz, Cody Gakpo, Kaide Gordon, Lewis Koumas, Jayden Danns.

Players who are injured: Thiago Alcântara, Joël Matip, Ben Doak, Conor Bradley, Diogo Jota.

Players who are doubtful: Stefan Bajčetić.