Jurgen Klopp believes Liverpool owe their supporters a big performance at Anfield on Tuesday night.

Liverpool will have to have performance improvements to truimph againstPremier League leaders Chelsea  following their three successive home defeats.

Klopps knows the fans will put aside recent setbacks to create an intimidating atmosphere for the visit of Antonio Conte’s title-chasers and he’s hoping a show of unity will help inspire Liverpool in their bid for a morale-boosting triumph. Klopp said during the Liverpool conference:

“My impression is that the supporters are really still together,” Klopp said.

“It was good in and around the stadium on Saturday. The defeat wasn’t about the performance of the crowd.

“We haven’t given the crowd a lot to celebrate over the last few games but now is another chance. It’s important.

“It is a floodlit game at Anfield. It should be an outstanding atmosphere against the strongest side in the Premier League at this moment.

“In this game a lot of things will not work because you cannot come through always against Chelsea, it’s absolutely impossible. Be ready for this frustration and go for the next moment.

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