The Brazil worldwide forward told Sky Sports of a contest with plenty riding on it: "Sunday will be a very, very big game and a very exciting game". We arrived with a very clear idea and we did the game we had to do in that moment.
"He is a good player but with all good players, they have to play against us and we will try everything to deny a couple of his skills".
But Chelsea stirs some extremely unpleasant memories for everyone connected with the Premier League leaders.
Few Liverpool players remain from that game and Klopp is adamant that past failures will be a burden for this generation.
The German said: "What I really want to ask for is that all of us are in a real fighting mood, all at Anfield and whoever is in front of the TV, in a proper aggressive, positive mood. We are totally confident (of turning the match around) with our supporters in our own stadium".
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"Going toe-to-toe with one of the best, if not the best, Premier League teams ever in City is astonishing". This time, they are firmly in the right.
They boast ten victories in their last 15 outings across all competitions and must make it 11 if they're to keep pace with Manchester City, who have a game in hand.
Whilst the Reds produced fabulous performances in the knockout stages of last year's Champions League campaign, most notably the 3-0 success at Anfield against Manchester City, there was always a need to blow the opposition away quickly.
From kick off Mourinho's side frustrated Brendan Rodger's attacking Liverpool, wasting time and playing defensively from the off. Thanks in part to Gerrard's slip the ploy worked with Chelsea winning 2-0.
Footage shared on social media before the Blues' Europa League quarter-final first leg at Slavia Prague on Thursday appeared to show a small group of supporters referring to Salah - of the club's former players - as "a bomber".