Liverpool's highly anticipated match with Manchester City on Sunday will be available to view in one billion homes around the world, sources have told ESPN FC.
In the corresponding Premier League fixture the champions conceded three times in 10 minutes, going down 4-3.
"The best way to protect ourselves is for the Liverpool fans to behave like fans".
City's coach was severely damaged before last April's 3-0 Champions League defeat. "They never gave up even at 4-1 down", he said. "It didn't look too serious, so there's a chance but we don't know". Now we will have three days together until we play City and (we could) make the boys aware of what was all wrong.
"A lot of times it was really close that it could be good but there was no real flawless decision".
"You have to be ready, you need a fantastic football team - which I have, thank God - with an outstanding character, ready for being fearless, ready for making mistakes against an outstanding opponent".
@Styletix on Twitter perhaps summed it up best, rather sarcastically, by questioning 'Would we take one of Europe's best young talents? In this type of game, we must to be ourselves.
Klopp has been described as Pep Guardiola's nemesis but the German insisted there is no magic formula to beating City. "It will be hard work, no problem with that, everybody knows it".
"But that would mean I forget completely how we played three days before against Chelsea, so we have to stay cool. We felt it now, we don't want to have that feeling again", he said. There will be world-class players all over the pitch, it's a game that you can't miss.
"He had a back spasm and so we have to wait a little bit".
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