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Russian side Anzhi Makhachkala will pay tribute to victims of the Hillsborough disaster after they train at Anfield on Wednesday.
Anzhi, managed by former Chelsea boss Guus Hiddink, will lay wreaths at the memorial to the 96 who lost their lives in 1989.
The club are on Merseyside for Thursday's Europa League clash with Brendan Rodgers' side, but will use the stadium for a final practice session on the eve of the Group A match.
Russian media report Hiddink, as well as Roberto Carlos, star player Samuel Eto'o and others, will make the heart-felt gesture at 6pm.
With attention on the game, goalkeeper Pepe Reina will miss the match through injury, but expects to be back in time for the weekend clash with Mersey rivals Everton.
The Spaniard said: "I'm getting better, little by little. It wasn't worth taking any risks because you risk it getting worse. I'll be patient and get really good.
"Brad was excellent. He was composed, he was really good in the air, when he was called on he was fast off his line, and he played well with his feet. He had a complete game.
"He's a good fighter and a good keeper for Liverpool, not just an understudy. He's another 'keeper for the club and he'll do his best to play as many games as possible."
Liverpool have three points from their first two Europa games, while Anzhi top the group with Udinese on four points. Young Boys of Bern are yet to register.
Source: Daily Mail
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