Jurgen Klopp revealed he expects to have Alisson Becker, Fabinho and Diogo Jota available for Liverpool's showdown with Chelsea on Thursday.
The Reds host their rivals with both sides looking to get back in the Premier League's top four.
And Liverpool boss Klopp has received a triple boost with the news that the three key players could return to action at Anfield.
Alisson missed Sunday's win at Sheffield United following the tragic death of his father last week, while Fabinho was sidelined by injury.
Jota travelled with the Reds squad after recovering from a knee injury which has kept him out since September, but missed the game after he was ill overnight.
Following the 2-0 victory over the Blades, Klopp said he was sure Alisson and Fabinho would be available to face Chelsea - and gave a hopeful bulletin on Jota.
"Alisson and Fabinho, I am pretty sure [they can play]," Klopp said.
"With Diogo, he was with us last night in the hotel, but he got sick overnight and we had to send him home.
"So it will depend how quickly he recovers, obviously.
"He wasn't in the squad, but he's trained with the team before [last week] and looked really good, like I said before."
Klopp added: "I would think that Diogo is ready for Thursday, but I don't know at the moment.
"Fabinho trained twice with the team and should be pretty close for the squad, I am sure. That is it pretty much."
Liverpool have missed Jota's goals while he has been on the sidelines, with the forward having made an instant impact following his move from Wolves in September.
The 24-year-old scored five goals in first eight Premier League appearances, plus another four in the Champions League.
With Jota out of action, the Reds went four league games in a row without scoring after Christmas.
And Sunday's win over Sheffield United ended a run of four straight top-flight defeats which all but ended Liverpool's title defence.
Klopp was also be glad to have his No1 keeper back, while the return of Fabinho will be a welcome boost as the midfielder has filled in at centre-half for most of the season.