Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp says the club will make a late decision on the fitness of Divock Origi, while Jordan Henderson is hopeful of starting in Wednesday's Europa League final against Sevilla.
Origi, 20, has travelled with the 22-man Liverpool squad to Basel, despite being a major doubt for the final after suffering an ankle ligament injury in a Premier League victory over Everton on 20 April – one that was thought to have ended his season.
The Belgium international avoided having to undergo surgery however, and could yet make a surprise return to the starting XI.
"We will see," Klopp told a press conference when asked whether the striker would feature. "We have two more sessions."
Henderson, meanwhile, damaged lateral collateral ligaments in his left knee in a Europa League clash with Borussia Dortmund in March, ruling him out for 10 matches. The former Sunderland midfielder returned in the last game of the season against West Bromwich Albion, coming off the bench after 64 minutes.
The Reds skipper, also speaking at the pre-match press conference, explained he doesn't expect to be handed a starting role having only just returned to full fitness, but insists he feels ready to help deliver silverware.
"I feel good. I played at the weekend and I'm ready to play as long as the boss wants me too," Henderson said.
"I don't expect to start. I have been out a long time. The team did very well without me, but I am ready."
Liverpool are in their first major European final since Champions League defeat to AC Milan in 2007. Standing in their way on Wednesday will be Sevilla, the Europa League's most successful club having lifted it four times in their history, including in its last two instalments.