Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp does not think Naby Keita will be available for the trip to Huddersfield, but remains confident Virgil van Dijk will line out at the John Smith Stadium.
On defender Van Dijk, who was ruled out of Holland's friendly with Belgium with what Ronald Koeman described as "two broken ribs", Klopp added: "Football players play often with pain. What exactly it is is not important. He has no problems with that any more."
However midfielder Keita was taken off during the first half of Guinea's African Nations Cup qualifier against Rwanda on Tuesday with a hamstring injury.
At his pre-match press conference, Klopp said: "I'm pretty sure Naby will not be available."
Huddersfield boss David Wagner celebrates his 47th birthday on Friday but Reds boss Klopp will not be giving his friend a gift.
"We don't give presents any more," the German said. "Hopefully I won't give him one tomorrow."
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