Palace, who will be without the injured forward Wilf Zaha, have an excellent recent record at Liverpool and if they can pull off an upset would become the first visiting team to win four successive matches there in the top flight for over 80 years.
The short-lived, but more than frustrating Crystal Palace curse has been lifted at Anfield. However, Benteke was well placed to give Palace a 57th-minute lead after excellent work by Loftus-Cheek but somehow hammered the ball over the bar. It was a shocking miss and a huge let off for Klavan.
"He was the first player I loved to watch and I remember the game against France [at the 2002 World Cup] when we won, leaving school to watch in my friend's house", he told the Daily Mail.
In the past, I would've anxious about this game, especially after Palace's opening day defeat (and the fact they've won their last three games at Anfield).
As for Crystal Palace, new boss Franck De Boer watched Huddersfield win 3-0 at Selhurst Park.
"We had moments in the first half but had to be more patient because they were deep".
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"We have to fight every minute together".
Liverpool were held to a 3-3 draw at Watford.
"A lot of times they were frustrated because we played very organised".
In the mid-week, Liverpool traveled to Germany to play Champions League play-off game against Hoffenheim and they've secured excellent 1-2 result so they will wait for the Eagles in a good momentum wanting it to last.
The reds ended the first half having had nearly 3x times the number of touches as Palace but it remained, stubbornly, level.
Liverpool have lost just one of their past 14 Premier League matches - this fixture last season.
The Brazil global did not travel with the squad for Tuesday's Champions League playoff first leg at Hoffenheim, with Klopp saying in Germany the player "cannot play for Liverpool in this moment".