Liverpool and Red Star are gearing up for the Champions League duel as Reds ace Andy Robertson challenges his teammates to an intimidating atmosphere
- Liverpool trained on Monday night at the Rajko Mitic Stadium in Belgrade
- The team of Jürgen Klopp prepares for the last Champions League match
- The Reds are at the top of Group C and know that winning them brings them closer to progress
Nathan Salt for Mailonline
Liverpool and Red Star Belgrade have completed their preparations for the training as the two teams prepare for the Champions League match on Tuesday.
Jürgen Klopp's side are currently in the lead of Group C and are considered a strong favorite in Belgrade after having recently shot down the Red Star at Anfield.
The Reds want to get a better result in the competition after being beaten by Real Madrid against finalists last time.
Liverpool was tested before the next Champions League draw in Belgrade
Boss Jürgen Klopp smiled as he put on his jacket during Monday night's workout
Trent Alexander-Arnold and Daniel Sturridge urge to be involved in the group C clash
Defender Andy Robertson challenged the teammates to accept the intimidating home atmosphere
The fearsome atmosphere that awaits Liverpool's players at the Rajko Mitic Stadium is writ large, but defender Andy Robertson has called on his team-mates to rely on home-grown experiences last year.
At the pre-match press conference on Monday, the Scottish international said: "We have played experience in these stadiums and need to focus on the upcoming tasks.
"Rome was a special atmosphere (last season) and we coped pretty well. When we go down the tunnel, we have to use that sound to our advantage. "
Red Star have only one point in the group so far, but held their only home game against Napoli 0: 0
Boss Vladan Milojevic has kept an eye on his players as they annoy a shapeless Liverpool
Red Star has only one point from this last campaign, and that was their only home game, a 0-0 draw against Napoli.
The big mistake in the Reds group was striker Xherdan Shaqiri after Klopp decided to leave the Swiss star at home.
The 27-year-old Kosovo Albanian angered Serbian fans with his "Albanian Eagle" celebration and boots wearing the Kosovo flag at the World Cup, and decided to push him back to reduce local hostilities.
Defenders Dejan Lovren (Muscles) and Naby Keita (Thigh) return to the squad, but midfielder Jordan Henderson has stayed in Merseyside for additional training because he's relieved of a thigh problem.
A plus point for visitors is that Croatian defender Dejan Lovren was fit enough to travel and train