Liverpool host Premier League rivals Fulham on Sunday, followed by away games against Sheffield United and Crystal Palace before concluding the Europa League group stage against Union Saint-Giloise.

Klopp's side will then face Manchester United and West Ham in the League Cup quarter-finals, followed by Arsenal and Burnley ahead of Newcastle United at the start of the new year.

Klopp said the games would be shared among Liverpool's available strikers with Diogo Jota absent due to injury.

Klopp told reporters on Friday: "These are the most pressing periods in world football right now, and this is the case for all teams. So they will all participate. Diogo will already be out and that's not helpful, we have to divide these minutes among different players. They have to perform, not always 90 percent, but 60 and 70 and at full strength."

With other key players injured, including goalkeeper Alisson and left-back Andy Robertson, Klopp is unsure if he can constantly rotate his squad.

"It depends on the players we have. We have to make sure we have as many players as possible, which we can't control too much. We monitor things, we take advantage of what we get, and then we move on."

Cody Jacpo returned to the starting line-up and scored twice in a 4-<> win over Austria's LASK in the Europa League on Thursday, and the Dutchman will compete with teammate Darwin Nunez in the striker position.

However, the German coach stressed that a number of players will need to perform better.

Klopp said: "Darwin is at his best moment, he's very important for us and not starting against LASK has nothing to do with anything else. Now Cody scored two goals, fantastic. Does that mean he has to play the next five games in a row? Other players score too, it's not about that, and Cody doesn't expect it.

"They have to score, that's their job and that's what they want, but it doesn't mean that now I can't sleep and I don't know how to choose the starting XI, to be honest there aren't a lot of options."

Klopp said midfielder Thiago Alcantara, who has been sidelined with a groin injury since April, still needs time to recover.