Liverpool and Red Star are preparing for the Champions League game, as Reds-ace Andy Robertson calls on teammates to embrace intimidating atmosphere
- Liverpool trained Monday night at the Rajko Mitic Stadium in Belgrade
- The side of Jurgen Klopp prepares for their final Champions League match
- The Reds are the top of Group C and know that a victory brings them closer to the progress
Nathan Salt for Mailonline
Liverpool and Red Star Belgrade are finalizing their preparations during training, while the two sides are preparing for their Champions League game on Tuesday.
The side of Jurgen Klopp is currently at the top of Group C and enters the Belgrade clash as heavy favorites that Red Star have recently sent comfortably.
The Reds want to perform even better in the league after being defeated by Real Madrid last time.
Liverpool was challenged in Belgrade prior to their next Champions League draw
Boss Jurgen Klopp smiled when he put on his coat for training Monday night
Trent Alexander-Arnold and Daniel Sturridge insist on being involved in the C-clash
Defender Andy Robertson urged teammates to embrace the intimidating homely atmosphere
Much of the intimidating atmosphere awaited by Liverpool players at Rajko Mitic Stadium, but defender Andy Robertson called on his teammates to lean back on their experiences last year.
During the pre-match press conference on Monday, the international of Scotland said: "We have experience playing in these stadiums and we have to focus on the job in hand.
Rome was a special atmosphere (last season) and we have done a pretty good job. If we walk through the tunnel, we must use that noise to our advantage. & # 39;
Red Star has only one run in the group so far, but kept Napoli 0-0 in their only home game
Boss Vladan Milojevic throws an eye on his players when they want to transfer an in-form Liverpool
Red Star has only one point from this latest campaign and so far in their only home game in the group, a 0-0 stalemate with Napoli.
The big omission of the traveling company of the Reds was forward Xherdan Shaqiri after Klopp decided to leave the Swiss star at home.
The 27-year-old, from Kosovo Albanian origin, furious Serbian fans with his "Albanian Eagle"; celebration and boots with the flag of Kosovo at the World Cup and a decision has been made to leave him behind in an effort to reduce local hostilities.
Defender Dejan Lovren (muscle) and Naby Keita (hamstring) return to the squad, but mid-midfielder Jordan Henderson stayed in Merseyside for extra training sessions, as he completes his recovery from a hamstringsproblem.
A boost for the visitors is that Croatia defender Dejan Lovren was fit enough to travel and train