Liverpool’s first-team squad took to Melwood to train following their midweek Champions League triumph over Barcelona.
The Reds booked their place in the final on Tuesday night after a dramatic Anfield performance, where two goals each from Divock Origi and Georginio Wijnaldum helped overturn a three-goal first leg deficit against the Spanish giants.
Liverpool will take on Tottenham in Madrid on June 1, after they also produced a remarkable European comeback against Ajax just 24 hours on from the Reds’ spirited Barcelona performance.
Attentions now turn to Sunday with the final Premier League fixture against Wolves.
Jurgen Klopp’s side can claim the Premier League title if Manchester City slip up against Brighton and the Reds defeat Wolves.
There were numerous things to look out for in the session, with Roberto Firmino, Mohamed Salah and Andy Robertson all suffering injuries.
Take a look at five things that we spotted in Friday’s Melwood training session.
No Andy Robertson
There was no sign of Andy Robertson. The left-back went off at half time on Tuesday night and is a big doubt for the Wolves fixture.
Salah trained by himself
There was better news for Mohamed Salah. The Egyptian trained by himself due to a concussion protocol which dictates that he can’t train with his teammates until Saturday following his concussion against Newcastle last weekend. The forward will be hoping to play a part in the final league outing.
Henderson trained as normal
After battling through pain in the second half against Barcelona, Henderson took to the training pitch and looks set to be available on Sunday.
Mane and Fabinho also took part
The good news continued regarding Sadio Mane and Fabinho. Both picked up slight knocks on Tuesday night and had been recovering but both were passed fit to train and joined in the whole session
Roberto Firmino absent
Roberto Firmino was nowhere to be seen on Friday as he continues his recovery from a muscular problem. The Brazilian’s been ruled out of Sunday’s game and will be hoping to be back out on the pitch soon ahead of the Reds’ Champions League final.