The Reds will be looking to put their miserable 3-3 Champions League draw with Sevilla behind them as they entertain Antonio Conte’s champions in a Saturday evening kickoff.
Chelsea arrive on Merseyside boosted by a 4-0 victory away to Qarabag in Europe on Wednesday, ensuring the southwest London outfit will arrive confident.
Klopp was left lamenting his side’s capitulation at full-time in Andalusia, but speaking to reporters at Melwood on Friday afternoon the German was more optimistic.
“It will be a different game against Chelsea at Anfield, if we can create a special atmosphere it can help us as well,” he said.
“It will be a really tough job to do, but we have nothing else to do than beating them at 5.30pm and beating them at 7.15pm.
“I’m happy about a lot of things but we have to show it again.”
The 50-year-old also discussed Alberto Moreno‘s struggle in Spain, saying “I still trust him 100 percent.”
Their midweek disappointment in Seville may prove to be a setback, but the Reds are still on a run of three consecutive wins in the English top flight.
And the hope will be that they keep up their momentum with a positive showing against Chelsea.