Andy Robertson has faith Liverpool can maintain a Premier League challenge this season - but dismissed any suggestion of there being a battle exclusively with Manchester City. Both sides have been playing some scintillating football at the start of the season, and this match should certainly live up to the billing.
Liverpool started the season as the strong title contenders after their terrific performance last season and it's obvious to favor them over Manchester United after their recent performances.
"They look compact, they're not making too many mistakes at the back with a partnership of David Luiz and (Antonio) Rudiger back there".
Klopp will be concerned that the injury could prevent Milner from being involved when they next play top six opponents - at resurgent Arsenal on November 3.
"I'm the captain [of Netherlands] and we have a very important game against Germany, so we have to try to be ready for that one and then try to get a bit of rest after that one".
The Premier League title became tighter as the defending champions, Manchester City was held on a goalless draw by Liverpool at Anfield.
Joe Gomez, shunted back to the right of defence to accommodate Dejan Lovren's first Premier League appearance of the season, made up for his loss of possession to Fernandinho to chase back and block Raheem Sterling's angled shot. It was a decision I made and, hopefully, it will be the last time I make that decision at that time.
Of course, I did not expect to be saying that after only eight games.
Blues boss Maurizio Sarri has talked about there being a gap between his team and City and Liverpool, but they can close it if they can keep Hazard fit and in the kind of form he is in at the moment.
In that time, they have only allowed 13 shots on target, highlighting how hard they are to break down on home soil. So stick around and I'll give you instant highlights of the goals as they go in, along with the usual pre-match chat. If he can do that again, they have a chance of being champions - possibly.
City's xG total from their opening eight matches this season is 21.5 - a rise on the figure of 17.5 in the corresponding fixtures last season. Both of these two have more players that can threaten.
Even so, City will view a point at Anfield as a positive result - it is certainly better than their defeat last season - and I am sure Klopp will see a draw in the same way.
We have not seen that approach from Guardiola before, but if Riyad Mahrez's late penalty had gone in, his gameplan would have worked to perfection.