Liverpool train at Qatar University in the capital, Doha before their semi-final match [Giuseppe Cacace/AFP]
The Reds, who qualified for the seven-team club event by clinching their sixth European Champions League trophy in June, will play Mexican side Monterrey in the semi-final on Wednesday.
CONCACAF champions Monterrey beat hosts Al Sadd, led by former Barcelona player Xavi Hernandez, 3-2 on Saturday to book their spot in the last four.
Kick-off is at 8:30pm local time (17:30 GMT) at the 45,000-capacity Khalifa International Stadium in the capital, Doha.
“This competition gives the squad the opportunity to achieve