Klopp insists the trip to the Liberty Stadium is by no means a guaranteed three points and has urged his side to build on their impressive 4-3 win over league leaders Manchester City.
"Being drawn against FC Porto in the last-16 of the competition was a decent outcome for Liverpool and you look around Europe and maybe this is a year for a surprise victor".
Although Jordan Henderson and Alberto Moreno are back in full training after hamstring and ankle problems respectively, both are not expected to be risked and could feature instead in next week's FA Cup tie with West Brom.
Former Liverpool striker Dean Saunders is of the opinion that Jurgen Klopp needs to spend the entire amount received from Philippe Coutinho's sale on the Reds' defence.
Mane, however, has looked back to his best in recent weeks with his recent goals against Burnley and Manchester City making in six Premier League strikes in 15 appearances this season. We've had a few players struggle with illness - Ragnar Klavan, Dejan Lovren and Mo Salah.
Adam Lallana is back in contention, and though the manager says he is "not the replacement for Coutinho", he should at least provide a good option from the bench.
There are things we must learn to not be in trouble again and I can assure you we'll give a good answer on Monday.
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The Ghanaian scored a stunning solo goal last Wednesday night to put Swansea ahead against Wolves and has now scored four goals in his last seven competitive outings.
"So let's try and exploit that and hide the strong points that they do have".
Aldo suggests this may be a year for a dark horse to emerge as Champions League winners, with so many of Europe's top clubs enduring challenging seasons.
Liverpool piled on the pressure in the closing stages but Can and Salah wasted stoppage-time opportunities before Firmino nearly broke Swansea hearts.
"It's not just the three attackers Liverpool have", Carvalhal said.
"But he hasn't played too much and I prefer that a player like that can really affect the game, even if it's only 30 minutes".
Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain to score anytime and Liverpool to win is 5/1. How can they deliver always at a good level?
Van Dijk then released Salah with a delicious ball over the top, but the Egyptian could not control his hard volley.