Jurgen Klopp has called for Liverpool supporters to give Arsenal “a proper Anfield experience” when they meet in a top of the table clash at Anfield this Saturday.
“Massive game… we have to make sure we make it a proper home game, a proper Anfield experience,” said Klopp today (December 22).
It follows comments from the Liverpool manager criticising the Anfield atmosphere after the 0-0 draw against Manchester United.
“We missed a chance and I turned around and people were sitting flat… I was like ‘what actually do you want’ creating a chance is the closest you can get to scoring a goal.
“I enjoy 99.7% of each second in that stadium, I love it to bits, the atmosphere, the people… we need Anfield tomorrow.
“In our very good times… we enjoy the situation and that’s what we should do now because we are in a pretty good position in the league,” said Klopp.
Liverpool can go top of the Premier League table at Christmas with a win over The Gunners.
Arsenal sit top but have struggled away from home recently having lost two of their last four away league games.
“We play a super strong team who were exceptional last season and coming back are even better than last season.
“They were outstanding (here last season) until we found a way into the game and maybe we should of won it,” said Klopp.
The Reds are unbeaten at home in the Premier League this season having won seven of eight games.
Klopp confirmed midfielder Ryan Gravenberch is available for selection but Alexis Mac Allister and Diogo Jota are still unavailable due to injury.