It should come as little surprise that Mohamed Salah was the Premier League's most clinical scorer in 2017-18, according to Opta's expected goals (xG) statistic, while Crystal Palace's Christian Benteke languishes at the wrong end of the spectrum.
Pete Oliver, managing director for marketing and sales at BT Consumer, said: "This season we have shown some absolutely fantastic games and have had some of our biggest games to date with our Uefa Champions League viewing figures up by 47 per cent this season".
Klopp has also masterfully turned his Liverpool team into a group of believers - a collection of players who, you can tell, really do believe and cherish the thrilling capacity of the attacking football engendered and executed brilliantly by their manager in Europe this season.
"They have a good team, a good coach and we are expecting it to be a very hard game, but we'll be prepared".
Liverpool news: Asmir Begovic makes Real Madrid Champions League final prediction
BT Sport are to show the UEFA Champions League final between Real Madrid and Liverpool live and free online. "And that's what we do whenever possible", he added. The Reds' barnstorming run to the final driven in the main by Mohammed Salah has given BT a much-needed boost to ratings for its European coverage.
Madrid face Liverpool in Kiev on May 26, bidding to win an unprecedented third final in a row, having become the first side to claim back-to-back Champions League titles by beating Juventus in Cardiff last season.
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The former Bayer Leverkusen star's fitness will be assessed daily by Liverpool's physiotherapists and medical staff as they attempt to determine whether he can join full training sessions with the rest of the squad.
Allan McGregor: Goalkeeper returns to Rangers on two-year deal
McGregor will now battle with Wes Foderingham and Jak Alnwick to become the number 1 between the sticks for the Scottish giants. Rangers yesterday announced the signing of Scott Arfield from Burnley as the first import of Steven Gerrard's reign a Ibrox .