Liverpool face Flamengo in the Club World Cup final and Jurgen Klopp acknowledged the match is considered bigger for the opposition.
After missing Liverpool's Club World Cup semi-final through illness, Virgil van Dijk trained on Friday ahead of the final against Flamengo.
Flamengo are the South American club champions and on Saturday they will attempt to land the global crown when they face Liverpool in Qatar.
Liverpool attacker Adam Lallana said the Reds are hungry for more silverware ahead of Saturday's clash with Flamengo.
Former Brazil internationals Julio Cesar and Bebeto have backed Flamengo to cause an upset by beating Liverpool in the Club World Cup final.
Takumi Minamino's transfer to Liverpool is yet to be confirmed but Jurgen Klopp would have liked to have the Salzburg player in Doha.
Virgil van Dijk could miss Liverpool's Club World Cup final, too, after being absent for the semi-final win over Monterrey.
Flamengo reached the Club World Cup final with a 3-1 win over Al Hilal and head coach Jorge Jesus claimed they fear no other teams.
Bruno Henrique ensured Flamengo did not suffer a shock loss in the Club World Cup semi-finals as they beat Al Hilal 3-1.
Jorge Jesus is confident Flamengo will beat Liverpool to the Club World Cup title, but first they face his former employers Al Hilal.