The Reds are back for their first game of the new campaign and take on an Arsenal side who have been given precious little time to prepare, having only concluded last season on August 1.
Klopp and his side were dealt the relative luxury of time for a 10-day training camp in Austria, and with friendly clashes with Stuttgart and Salzburg they were able to test themselves on the pitch too.
In both warmup games the manager named a strong starting lineup, and with the first game of the Premier League campaign only two weeks away, that is again the case today.
Liverpool last won the Community Shield in 2006, and lost their only entry in the competition since when they fell to a penalty shootout defeat to Man City last year.
This time around they will be hoping to start 2020/21 with silverware, having ended last season as Premier League champions.
Substitutes: Adrian, Koumetio, Tsimikas, Grujic, Keita, Jones, Elliott, Minamino, Brewster
Arsenal: Martinez; Luiz, Holding, Tierney; Bellerin, Xhaka, Elneny, Maitland-Niles; Saka, Aubameyang, Nketiah
Substitutes: Leno, Saliba, Cedric, Kolasinac, Olayinka, Willock, Nelson, Smith-Rowe, John-Jules