Rotation for today's game against Swansea City is a possibility, Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp revealed.
The Reds know that the best path to reach next season's Champions League is to win the Europa League but they will have to overcome the 1-0 defeat suffered at the Estadio El Madrigal if they are to reach the final in Basel.
And the 48-year-old is ready to rotate ahead of Thursday's game at Anfield.
"I'm really the first [person] who wants everything," Klopp said.
"We will go there [at Swansea City] and try to win. We know about the situation, we can read the table - it's easy. We know about everything, we have one game less.
"Everything is clear, but we have to make a few, if you want, difficult decisions with the line-up. We made these things in the last few weeks with changing a lot because of the intensity of our schedule and all the games. We know we need, again, fresh legs and fresh minds at Swansea.
"That's what we are thinking about and we can win it. And if we can win then we change the situation in the table with this game.
"We have to respect the intensity of the last game and we have to think about the line-up for Sunday. It is not about next Thursday, because if you think now about next Thursday then you have no chance on Sunday - that's how it is.
"We have to, as we always did, respect the Premier League. But of course, we need to have a look on the players. Yesterday we came home [at] half three [in the morning] and I'm pretty sure no-one slept immediately when they came home. It's intense, it's busy, so I will see them in one or two hours and make decisions about the line-up."