Ancelotti reveals game plan for Anfield showdown

Carlo Ancelotti
FLORENCE, ITALY - NOVEMBER 12: Carlo Ancelotti manager of SSC Napoli during the "Golden Bench" award at Centro Tecnico Federale di Coverciano on November 12, 2018 in Florence, Italy. (Photo by Gabriele Maltinti/Getty Images)

Napoli boss Carlo Ancelotti has vowed to attack Liverpool on Tuesday night in their crunch Champions League clash.

The Serie A side only needs a point to guarantee qualification and could even lose and still make it through.

Ancelotti’s men are the only unbeaten team remaining in Group C and currently top of the group ahead of the final group game.

But the three-time Champions League winner Ancelotti says playing for a draw is not in his side’s nature and insists they will attack.

”I have lots of memories of Anfield – my last one is a good one because I won the title there with Chelsea,” he disclosed via the Daily Star.

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“It’s going to be a tough, exciting match. We’ll go there and play our usual game. It would be counter-productive to try and park the bus. Besides anything else, that’s not how we play.

“We’ll try to boss the game and I’m sure the lads are ready and fired up to give their absolute all. We’ll go there with an attacking mindset.”

Liverpool have not lost at home in Europe since 2015 and will be banking on the 12th man to roar them through.