We feel we can beat any side on our day.
"That front three, when they're on fire, the way they play, the intensity, going to Anfield, the pace they've got in that team - they're going to be a hard proposition for any team".
He said on BT Sport: "People talk the front three and how risky they are and how good they are going forward but, for me, defensively they've tightened up". They won the match by destroying the Portuguese team completely.
And Klopp does not feel that the Red Devils will be at any significant disadvantage despite the two games being fairly close to one another.More news: Assad troops take half of besieged Ghouta as rebel groups surrender
Liverpool remain the only side to inflict a league defeat on champions-elect Manchester City this season, while Chelsea were beaten at Stamford Bridge last season. Now, in the ongoing season, they have participated in the UCL and in the second leg of round of last sixteen in Champions League, the Reds made draw against Porto.
It took 17 minutes for the hosts to threaten when Joe Gomez's cross was acrobatically flicked towards goal by Mane, but looped just over the bar.
Liverpool midfielder Emre Can has revealed any contract talks regarding his stay at the club, or a move to another, will have to wait until the end of the season.
Not only are they the tournament's high scorers-and a side that domestically over the past ten games have been in better for than presumptive Premier League winners Manchester City-but they have looked increasingly defensively sound in 2018.
Romelu Lukaku has scored 99 Premier League goals; if he scores in this game he'll be the 5th youngest player to reach 100 in the competition, and the second player to score his milestone goal against Liverpool (after Harry Kane earlier this season).
United are now two points ahead of Klopp's men in second place, ahead of what is usually one of the feistiest Premier League fixtures of the season.