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Robben picks Anfield as his 'worst stadium' ahead of Champions League return

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In stark contrast to their Premier League form, where Liverpool have been beaten just once all season, Klopp's men lost all three of their group games on the road against Napoli, Paris Saint-Germain and Red Star Belgrade to underline the importance of taking a lead to Germany for the second leg.

£But now we play Champions League and I think we all expect we will do our best tomorrow night.

"Thank god we don't have to make that decision today".

"We know they're a really good, strong team", he added. It will be outstanding tomorrow night. "I've experienced it a couple of times where our crowd pushes us from 100 to 120 or 140 per cent".

And ahead of their crunch meeting with the Bundesliga champions, Klopp has revealed what he feels could make Bayern Munich unsafe opposition in the Champions League this year.

Liverpool have been tipped by many as the favourites to progress to the quarter-finals, with Bayern struggling for consistency under Kovac this season.

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"That's what we need to do, it's not about favouring one competition". That of course is not enough but it is for sure a very important step.

One of the greatest wingers to ever grace the game, Arjen Robben, will be leaving Bayern Munich at the end of the season after a decade at the German giants. "The story so far is a nice one, but not finished yet".

On the prospect of the Brazilian playing at centre-back, Klopp said: "In the Champions League, against Bayern Munich, it's not an easy job, but we don't want our last guy alone defending against (Bayern)".

Sunday's trip to Old Trafford is followed by a midweek home game with Watford before an away derby against Everton on Sunday March 3.

"After being six years the dominator of the league it was clear this year would be different", Klopp said in a press conference ahead of the meeting with Bayern Munich.

"We had only tough months this season".

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