Like it is this time.
"They are under pressure but that's normal". The Reds will need to steel their nerves and make sure that Chelsea leave pointless from Anfield, which has surprisingly become rare in recent years.
Now in his second spell at Stamford Bridge, Luiz has been one of the first names on Maurizio Sarri's teamsheet this season, starting 31 of their 33 Premier League outings thus far and keeping 13 clean sheets in tandem with his usual central defensive partner Antonio Rudiger.
The Liverpool manager issued a fierce condemnation of a video of a chant, broadcast on social media before Chelsea's Europa League game at Slavia Prague on Thursday, calling the Egypt worldwide a "bomber".
Liverpool FC have managed to ease to victories over Burnley, Fulham, Tottenham Hotspur and Southampton in their last four league games.
Jurgen Klopp has been awarded the Premier League Manager of the Month award for March. Will they beat Chelsea or slip up again? "We should not see it as a Chelsea thing or a Liverpool thing".
Chelsea's season has been marred by a series of racist incidents.
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The Liverpool skipper has hit form at the right moment and perhaps for the right opponents.
"We don't want fans like that anywhere near our game". This is not the same Liverpool by any means, but the weight of expectation can be a heavy weight indeed.
Not featuring that day but ever present in the Chelsea squad were David Luiz and Eden Hazard. He has contributed to 28 Premier League goals this season - scoring 16 and assisting 12.
"We had a big chance but we were relying on the quality of Luis Suarez's goal-scoring, whereas now we are more together".
"Don't let them down", Bill Shankly always said before sending Liverpool players out to play for their public. It's an important game. Dejan Lovren got the nod over Joel Matip on Wednesday and could continue to partner Van Dijk on Sunday. "I am completely positive about the game". A lot of the players that started that day were not in the starting XI every week. He set his side up to aggravate Liverpool to the point where they caused their own collapse.