Liverpool will welcome back supporters for the final game of the season at home to Crystal Palace on Sunday
Liverpool boss ,Jurgen Klopp believes the return of supporters to Anfield represents “great timing” as Liverpool strive for Champions League qualification.
The Reds moved into the top four for the first time since February with a hard earned 3-0 win at Burnley on Wednesday evening
Klopp`s side stand in fourth place, ahead of Leicester City on goal difference and just a point adrift of third-placed Chelsea.
It means Liverpool are favourites to qualify for the Champions League with victory in Sunday’s final Premier League match at home to Crystal Palace, where 10,000 home fans will be in attendance.
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And of having supporters back in Anfield for the first time in almost five months, Klopp said: “You cannot imagine how much we are looking forward to that. We need them, to be honest.
“It is great timing, I would say. We need them in the most positive football mood ever.
“Go there, celebrate yourself, push the team, be loud, be in the game, be the crowd we have missed so much.
“Hopefully we can celebrate something afterwards.
“Burnley having supporters in the stadium for the first time was great on one side, but when they are not with you it’s not so cool! We saw that as we had quite a nervy start.”
Tottenham’s defeat at home to Aston Villa earlier on Wednesday means Liverpool will at the very least be playing in the Europa League next season.
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