The Reds are back in action on Wednesday night after their last gasp victory against Everton at Anfield on Sunday.
However, they are likely to have to navigate a tricky away fixture without Reds forward Mane, who sustained a cut on his foot in the Merseyside derby.
The Senegalese sat out training at Melwood on Monday and it is likely that Reds boss Jurgen Klopp takes no risks with him amidst the busy festive period.
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Speaking after Saturday's win, Klopp said: “We have to see, but we have options and we can make different line-ups.
“Sadio got a real knock on his foot, we’ll have to see how that is. He was so quick, unbelievable. But that’s only one thing.
“Hopefully all the rest will be okay. Robbo (Andy Robertson) I think has a dead leg, his hip, so in the moment we have to see.
“Of course, we play in three days, that’s really hard. We celebrate, go home, proper sleep. Tomorrow, recovery, and then we’ll make ourselves ready for Burnley.”
The boss could also be forced to rest left-back Robertson, with Alberto Moreno a possible replacement for the Scotland international.