The Brazilian star is ready to play again after a few away games due to injury.
boss Jurgen Klopp has confirmed that striker Roberto Firmino will be fit for Saturday's game against Arsenal.
The Brazilian striker was sidelined with a knee injury and he was only able to train with his team this week, so his availability was in doubt. However, he has recovered and will travel to the Emirates Stadium with the team on Saturday.
The 29-year-old striker has been ruled out of Liverpool's last three games with an injury and is now ready to play for Arsenal. Although he is on his squad for the game, it is still unclear whether Jurgen Klopp will trust him from the start or send him on the pitch in the second half.
Firmino's form had reduced this season, scoring just one goal in its last 16 games.