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Liverpool to have fans at Anfield for Crystal Palace game - Twitter reacts

Liverpool are going to have win every one of their remaining games if they want to finish in the top four this season. The Reds have struggled in recent months leaving them with a task on their hands to qualify for Europe. They could get a boost on the final day with Liverpool planning to welcome fans back to Anfield for the Crystal Palace game; Kopites are delighted by the news.

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Crucial game

There are still four games to play before the Reds take on Crystal Palace.

However, as long as the Reds hold their nerve in these games then the final day of the season could see a crucial game of football unfold.

The Reds have a mountain to climb if they want to finish in the top four this term.

Jürgen Klopp’s side were top at Christmas but they’ve been rubbish since.

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The injury crisis coupled with a fatigued front line has seen the lads go on a miserable run of form with a record breaking string of home defeats the hallmark of a disastrous season.

We need the teams above us to drop points between now and the final day, given the tough fixture list ahead of Leicester City and Chelsea we can hang onto some hope that may well happen.

Fans return to Anfield

Liverpool announced today that they are planning to welcome fans back to Anfield for the final day of the season.

Kopites haven’t attended a game at the ground since back in December.

Restrictions enforced due to the global health crisis have led to games being played behind closed doors once again.

However, the end appears to be in sight with supporters heading back at the end of the month.

The club announced they’ll be opening a ballot process to allocate the 10,000 tickets.

Supporters must be season ticket holders or official club members with 19 credits.

However, you are ineligible to apply if you attended any of the games in December.

Hopefully the presence of fans could give the Reds a much needed boost.

It’s no secret that supporters play a key part for Liverpool, they can often turn the tide of a game at Anfield.

Without fans there the intensity in the side has dropped off and with it the results have worsened.

This move could make all of the difference at the perfect time.

Twitter reacts to news

It’s safe to say that fans are delighted by the announcement.

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