Liverpool face no new injury worries ahead of Saturday's visit of the King Power Stadium to face Leicester City.
The Reds will be hoping to make it four consecutive wins to the start of their campaign, having beaten West Ham, Crystal Palace and Brighton without conceding a goal to be the early leaders of the Premier League table.
Liverpool have been unchanged in their starting lineups so far this season and Jurgen Klopp could likely do the same on Saturday.
The Reds' impressive defence is set in stone as of now, with Trent Alexander-Arnold, Joe Gomez, Virgil van Dijk and Andy Robertson likely to continue ahead of Alisson, who has had a solid start to life at Anfield.
Klopp could make a change to his midfield, with numerous options available - including captain Jordan Henderson, who has not yet started a game for Liverpool this season.
Naby Keita is expected to remain in the side following his arrival this summer. However, James Milner or Gini Wijnaldum could see themselves being rotated, with Fabinho, Adam Lallana and Xherdhan Shaqiri joining Henderson on the list of players pressing to replace one of the duo.
Klopp suggested during his pre-match press conference that he would be 'open' to fresh faces in the starting eleven.
“In a week like this, when we have at least three very intense sessions, I’m pretty open to everybody,” he said.
“I want to see who shows me the most and who shows me that he’s so desperate to play. Of course there is a little advantage for the line-up last week which won the game, but that’s the only thing. I’m really open.
“And what fits to the opponent, what is needed for the opponent, is very important. It’s not that I closed the book already directly after the game and thought: ‘OK, we won again so they will play again if nothing happens.’ No.”
Meanwhile, Leicester boss Claude Puel also has a largely fit squad, with only Matty James and Caglar Soyuncu missing out for his side.
Jamie Vardy is also unavailable, however – the striker is suspended after being sent off in the Foxes’ 2-0 victory over Wolves.
Former Reds goalkeeper Danny Ward will likely be on the substitutes’ bench, having moved to Leicester this summer.