Liverpool have played 18 games in both competitions to date, with Firmino and Mohamed Salah having featured in every one of them.
"Obviously we've got a big game on Sunday and I'm sure we'll all be focused on it, and the fans will be focused on it, but the van will be there, the help will be there, and if everyone can bring something small it can make a big difference".
Liverpool are also looking to extend their 19-year unbeaten record against the Toffees at Anfield, but Klopp says he pays no attention to previous results between the sides.
Significantly, two of Everton's three defeats have come when Richarlison has been missing from Silva's line-up, an indication of his importance to his new team's style of play.
This season they have been far more threatening, however, scoring a total of 20 goals scored in 13 games to buck the trend.
Stretching back to this time past year, when Liverpool were 3rd and 14 points behind Man City, they now occupy 2nd place and trail them by just two points.
"Since I am in (at Liverpool) Everton was always really busy but now it's the best-tuned squad".
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And I think this is not one of the best characteristics of Kante , but it was only a reaction to the difficulties'. So it's normal he wouldn't be top of his physical condition.
"In England it's quite hard, but the development and improvement is obvious". We have to prove it. They don't have the same respect for us that they have for Man City, for example.
Everton boss Marco Silva has told his players to ignore history and focus on building for the future when they face their local rivals.
"For us the most important thing is the present, and is the future. But this season it looks as though he may have found the formula at last".
"It could be very good for us".
"That's what we want to use, and of course the crowd as well, Anfield as well".
"But it is one more match. We have to set the intensity in a game, especially in the last one it would have helped, but in general we need to set it".
"Personally we need to play our own game, try to put them under pressure and stop them from doing what they're good at, which is playing football".