Klopp doesn’t care about duels on neutral ground: “Home advantage is gone anyway” | Right away

Jurgen Klopp is at peace with Liverpool playing a number of games on neutral ground. The Champions League winner’s manager believes duels outside Anfield have few drawbacks.

The Premier League will resume on 17 June and it is likely that six games will be played on neutral ground at the behest of local authorities, with one Liverpool match taking place three or four times.

‘We don’t have any help from the public, but we don’t have a team. So what is the advantage of playing in your own stadium? Whoever we meet, the situation is the same,” Klopp said Bbc.

‘So I’m not too worried. We have already tried to emulate the situation of games without an audience by training in the stadium so that we can get used to it.”

Klopp points to the Bundesliga, which is already four rounds away. “There aren’t many home wins. If the alternative is that games don’t take place, then you want to play anywhere. So I don’t care where.”

Liverpool are on their way to their first league title since 1990. The Reds are 25 points ahead of second-placed Manchester City. The exact schedule of the next round is not yet known.

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