Jurgen Klopp faces the press ahead of Liverpool's Champions League semifinal second leg at Roma.
Having won the first leg 5-2 last week, the Reds will be confident of a good performance in Italy and a place in the Champions League final in Kiev.
Two away goals from the visitors at Anfield left a bitter taste in the mouths of many fans after seeing Liverpool dominate for over an hour and cruise to a 5-0 lead before the fightback started.
Roma will be hoping to repeat their escape trick that they performed against Barcelona in the quarter-finals, coming back from a 4-1 away defeat to win 3-0 at home.
However, Liverpool won't be so easy to beat. Klopp knows what to expect and will be able to set his team up accordingly, knowing that they have a three-goal advantage when the game kicks off.
Let's hope there are no repeats of the violence seen by Roma fans outside the Kop last week that left Sean Cox in a critical condition in hospital.
Tomorrow night's game kicks off at 7.45pm.