Jurgen Klopp’s side struggled against the Bavarian giants in the first leg but that stalemate at Anfield means it is all to play for tonight.
Bayern has since moved back to the summit of the Bundesliga after their slow start to the season.
Jurgen Klopp’s side is looking to reach the final of the competition for the second season in a row and make up for last May’s heartbreak against Real Madrid. Jurgen Klopp called for his Liverpool team to be brave in their approach to tonight’s Champions League last-16 second leg fixture.
The Reds know any score draw or, of course, a victory will see them into the quarter-finals but, according to the manager, being confident in the right moments is key to that.
He said: “We need a rhythm, the right things to do in specific moments. Bayern is a world-class football team, as everyone knows.
“World-class players and it sounds easy but you have to defend them on absolutely the highest level, on our highest level. And how I know from my experience with Bayern… then when we have the ball, we have to be really confident.
“Our goal is to win the league and everything we’re playing in, the Champions League as well,” Alisson told a news conference on Tuesday. “We can’t choose what we go for. Actually, we can choose, and we choose both.”
The Brazil international’s comments echo those of his manager Jurgen Klopp, who said ahead of the Bayern game that the result would have no bearing on his team’s domestic ambitions.