Jurgen Klopp is set to deliver more disappointing news to one of his Liverpool players.
The Reds boss has the luxury of something that is a rarity in football - a full-fit and available squad.
Like every team, Liverpool have had their share of injuries throughout the season.
Clean bill of health
But, as things stand, there is no-one on the treatment table with - the likes of Harvey Elliott, Thiago Alcantara and Divock Origi all back from their respective setbacks.
People from the outside might call it a selection headache for Klopp.
However, managers would much rather have such this sort of dilemma than have a dearth of players to select from. They'd take it every time.
Curtis Jones - who'd started the 2-0 win over Leicester three days earlier - was not included on the bench along with Origi, Joe Gomez and Takumi Minamino.
Third-choice keeper Adrian was also surplus to requirements as expected.
If the injury situation is still the same as it was at Turf Moor then Klopp will again have to leave one of his troops disheartened for the Champions League last-16 first-leg trip to Inter Milan on Wednesday.
Klopp will only have to leave out a solitary member of his set-up rather than four at the San Siro, though.
That's because UEFA rules permit 12 substitutes on the bench rather than nine in the Premier League, while five are able to be used.
Since the knockout stages of last season's Champions League, clubs in the competition have been allowed to have 12 players in reserve.
Given Klopp can only have 23 in his match-day squad, he will have a quandary. Somone will be made to watch from the stands.
You'd think that Gomez will come back into the fold as he's capable of covering both centre-back and right-back.
Therefore, it might be between Jones, Origi and Minamino battling for the other two berths.
That, of course, is unless Klopp decides to drop someone who was involved at Burnley.
Or a spot might be freed up should there be a fresh injury.