Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp has urged his squad to be "ready and greedy" during an exhaustive run of 11 games through to New Year's Day.
The Reds commence a gruelling period at home to Premier League champions Chelsea on Saturday and will meet rivals Everton and fellow top-four contenders Arsenal in a busy December.
The need for rotation may mean more opportunities for the likes of Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, Andy Robertson, Daniel Sturridge and the fit-again Adam Lallana, who is set to return from a thigh injury.
Klopp wants his players to make their mark in what he called "the most intensive" stretch of the season.
"This challenge means that everyone at Liverpool has a part to play and a contribution to make. This applies to the playing squad most of all," Klopp wrote in the club's matchday programme.
"We have a squad of players because all of them will have a part to play.
"We need all of them ready and greedy for when they have a chance to contribute specifically on the pitch."
Following their clash with Chelsea, Liverpool visit Stoke City on Wednesday before a trip to Brighton and Hove Albion next weekend.
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