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The flags and banners are ready for when Crystal Palace visit.

Anfield will see football again on Wednesday night for the first time in months, but the stands will remain empty. Without the fans rocking the Kop, it’s safe to say that our famous stadium won’t feel the same.

However, the club is doing its best to boost morale by decorating the stands with some of the iconic flags and banners that get rolled out for every home game.

On Monday, we got a sneak peek of what to expect when we all sit down in front of our television sets to watch the match.

There had been a thought that the Reds would lift the Premier League trophy at Anfield this Wednesday, but a draw against Everton and Manchester City’s win over Burnley means that they still have to pick up five points in order to secure the title. Picking up three points against Crystal Palace would be a good place to start.