"And if we can make sure they cannot play as they usually do, that's good for us".
Tomorrow's game at Anfield will be emotionally charged ahead of the 30th anniversary of the tragedy, and Chelsea striker Giroud insisted there can not be a repeat. They have scored a lot of late goals recently.
"The video circulating online, showing vile discriminatory chants being aimed at one of our players, is unsafe and disturbing", the club said.
Three of the six fans in the video tried to enter the Sinobo Stadium last night but were refused entry.
While Azpilicueta's claim is pretty bold but we must admit that this time around Liverpool are a much stronger side and they have hardly faltered during the course of the season. We will be liaising with Chelsea to ensure those involved are identified and punished swiftly and effectively.
Not featuring that day but ever present in the Chelsea squad were David Luiz and Eden Hazard.
With such an important game looming, it didn't appear to faze Liverpool's stars as Virgil van Dijk took time to sign an autograph for a fan.
"But, come on, we are in good shape as well".
"But he has to play against us as well".
"The best way to try to make sure that he can not shine is to avoid passes to him", added the Liverpool boss, "React a little bit better than other teams did".
"We have to create the power of Anfield and use it", Klopp said. "We have to fight for it".
Chelsea travel to Anfield to face league leaders Liverpool this weekend, looking to continue their push to finish in the Premier League's top four.
France global and Chelsea striker Olivier Giroud has backed Egyptian worldwide and Liverpool star Mohamed Salah after a group of Blues fans linked him up with a bomber in a social media post.
If Sarri opts to go with the England global against Liverpool, it could be the ideal game for him to come of age and lay down a marker to his manager against one of the best teams in Europe right now.