LIVERPOOL'S name has been on the trophy since their remarkable recovery to bounce out Barcelona.
But Spurs will say the same after their equally incredible victory from three down to KO Ajax. And before that they survived a last-gasp VAR scare before knocking out Man City.
Both sides are fortunate and relieved to be in tonight's final in Spain but as Real Madrid have shown in the past admit you need luck to win trophies – especially the Champions League.
There could be any result tonight – as was the case with the Europa League Final – but I'm siding with Liverpool who have a rock-solid defence and brilliant three-man attack.
Virgil van Dijk has led the backline superbly and Mo Salah, Roberto Firmino and Sadio Mane have bags of goals in them.
Klopp insists he will play his normal game with no fear and plenty of attacking intent.
Spurs also defend well but don't offer as much up top with Harry Kane yet to make his comeback from injury although he is likely to feature tonight.
Klopp's men were desperately unlucky not to lift the title after losing just once all season and the German is desperate to make up for last season's final loss to Real.
Liverpool finished 27 points head of Spurs and beat them twice in the league so it's clear who are the better side.
The last two meetings between the sides finished 2-1 Liverpool and a third pays 8-1 at BetVictor.
Both to score is statistically the best bet you can have on the Final. Since 2010-11 these games have finished 3-1, 1-1, 2-1, 1-1, 3-1, 1-1, 4-1 and 3-1 over 90 minutes.
Eight times in a row we have seen both to score land and it's also happened in eight of the last nine meetings between the sides.
Picking a scorer is so tough as Liverpool have goals galore from their front three as well as many other angles.
Salah finished the season with 26 goals and is 13-8 at Betred to score again. Mane is the same price with Firmino 2-1. To net first it's Salah 4-1 (Ladbrokes), Mane (5-1, bet365) and Firmino (6-1, bet365).
At bigger prices you could consider van Dijk at 22-1 first or 8-1 to net at any time.
If Kane starts he'll have proved himself fully fit and is 29-20 at William Hill to net. Others to consider are supremely-talented South Korean Heung-Min Son at and semi-final hero Lucas Moura who are both 3-1
Klopp has a strangely bad record in finals and has lost six in a row. He'll be hugely motivated to get the job done and break that trend.
VAR will be used again and could come to the help of Liverpool who will have the bulk of possession and the chance of some penalty claims.
A red card to be flashed is 7-2 at BetVictor and let's look at some of the candidates for a booking.
Andy Robertson missed the first leg against Barcelona through suspension and isn't afraid to take one for his team. The Scotland captain is 7-2 at William Hill to be carded while Danny Rose is 21-10 favourite at Paddy Power.
Fabinho loves a tactical foul and is 11-5 at Paddy Power for an 11th booking of the season.
- Liverpool & Btts
- Salah to score
- Mane to score
- Penalty awarded
- Rose to be booked
- Fabinho to be booked