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Premier League: Liverpool vs Crystal Palace: So it all comes down to this!

What a resurgence and effort it has been from everyone to drag Liverpool in a position where the top four is still achievable on the last day.

It looked so long gone after the horrendous run of form which led to six home losses on the bounce but all the credit in the world must go to Jurgen Klopp and his players.

Of course though it is far from done yet.

A win is needed on the final day and that realistically should do it barring a ridiculous score line in the Leicester City Tottenham game in the Foxes favour.

If Aston Villa could also get a result against Chelsea that would suit Jurgen Klopp to the ground as that would open up the possibility of third place.

Liverpool though will make sure that they do their job which will be tough enough especially with the narrative of Roy Hodgson’s last ever game at the place he magnificently failed surrounding the game.

It could never be just plain sailing; it never ever is with Liverpool football club but there should be a massive help to Klopp and his side on Sunday afternoon.

10,000 reasons why Liverpool should have some help.

The fans will finally be back at Anfield to give their team the support they need to get this top four spot over the line.

Klopp said: “We have supporters back, I cannot wait to see them all again. You cannot imagine but for all the excitement we feel it is good to have patience. Let’s have it like we left it with each other last year.”

So the German will be back to his bets form on the sideline orchestrating the crowd.

That is what he and his players have missed a lot this season, the chance to entertain tens of thousands watching them in person.

It should give the players all the motivation in the world and also the fact the fans are there finally should give them in the stands all the motivation in the world to scream at the top of their lungs for 90 minutes.

Especially the Gini Wijnaldum song as it looks very likely that it’ll be the Dutchman’s last game for the club.

He will leave as a legend, there is absolutely no doubt about it.

Jurgen Klopp found some great words to describe him in his match programme notes as he said: “He is an architect of our success.

“We have built this Liverpool on his legs, lungs, brain and his huge, beautiful heart. If and it is still if – he goes, he does so knowing we as his team-mates are eternally grateful for having this special human being into our lives.

“I love him and he will always be family.”

Very emotional words and it will be emotional at full-time.

First though he has a job to do and that is to get Liverpool over the line. 

It is another scary last day shenanigans with this club.

Fun and games as they say.

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