No team has ever progressed to the next round following a 0-5 home defeat in the first leg of a Champions League knockout tie.
With that in mind, Klopp might rest a few of his heavy hitters tomorrow and keep one eye on Saturday's visit to bitter rivals Manchester United.
However, Liverpool manager is reported to have angered his former player Coutinho by discussing the matter and reportedly downgrading the importance of the Brazilian when he was at Anfield.
Aboubakar (11/4) is a good place to start for a goalscorer but it's likely he'll either start on the bench or start and not play the full 90.
"I get the question, but I didn't make a decision so far", he said. We've got players coming back like Clyne so as a group we're feeling good.
After all, they're the only Premier League side to beat Pep Guardiola's men this season. "We won't rest players but maybe we will make one, two or three changes, but only to win the game".
"Other teams can say "Hmmm, he's really good" but it is not sure they will play the same way and use him as a nine or a 10 or they'll use him out on the wings". We knew he was a very offensively-orientated midfield player. This Porto game is won already so he needs to look at the bigger picture and having them fresh for the United game is vital. If there will be a different line-up to Saturday.
"There has been a bit of banter about it".
"We were playing against a risky team", said the Spaniard.
"Yes. I think we are getting closer".
"Moving forward we are an exciting team to watch". In the meantime, we'll be keeping you updated with all the buildup to the game, including team news as it's released, our live matchday thread, and post-match recaps from The Liverpool Offside staff.
'At this stage of the tournament you need to have a belief that you can go on and win it'.
'In games you need those moments of brilliance at times to unlock defences and he [Salah] can do that, ' Milner said. "It's not normal. It was a match between two great clubs in Europe, but we managed to impose our best game, with a lot of speed and exchanges of positions", Firmino told O Jogo.