The 23 players who will travel were announced on Liverpool's website, and Keita's omission means Klopp will likely choose a midfield three from Fabinho, Georginio Wijnaldum, James Milner and club captain Jordan Henderson, while Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain is an option once again after missing nearly the entire season with injury.
"So to then say "we should win silverware" - it's ridiculous".
The midfielder scored at Wembley to secure a vital 1-0 win over Inter Milan that kept Tottenham in the competition during the group stage and provided two assists for Son Heung-min as they edged past Manchester City on away goals in the quarter-finals.
He added: "Liverpool will put on a performance, but that's what they've done all year". Hopefully we're feeling better this time but we know what hard work has to go in to achieve that.
Klopp will aim to win his first title in charge of Liverpool against Spurs at the Metropolitano, after leading the club to second place in the Premier League - the highest ever points tally for a runner-up in any of Europe's top five leagues. "I don't have a favorite, but I hope I am going to enjoy the game", said the man who won three Champions League finals with Real Madrid.
"No one expected Tottenham to be able to get to a final, but we're here on our own merit".
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"At the end of my career, I'll hopefully look at this and think this was the most attractive and craziest year of them all. But we feel very confident because of our campaign". But I've watched Tottenham over the last three or four years under Pochettino and they're a ruthless team as well.
Combined, it has been 18 years - seven for Liverpool, 11 for Tottenham - since either lifted a trophy, despite huge strides made in recent years under the much-praised Jurgen Klopp and Mauricio Pochettino. "We have to show the team that's played the last 10 months of the season".
Voted the 2018-19 PFA Players' Player of the Year by his peers back in April, the 27-year-old is widely regarded as one of the best defenders in the world.
The Denmark worldwide, who is rumoured to be on Real Madrid's radar this summer, has played a key role in helping Spurs to their best ever run in Europe's premier club competition.
Whether that will be enough remains to be seen.