The Austrian side travel to Merseyside as hardly a glamour fixture for the Reds, who are set to rotate their team with one hand already on a place in the knockout stages.
Yet manager Klopp has insisted that the best way to put the pressure on LASK is for the Anfield faithful to make it a "horrible" place for opposition teams to come.
"We are in the beginning of the most intense period of the whole season," he told reporters.
"We play now Thursday-Sunday, it's super tough. What we have to have tomorrow is an atmosphere.
"We have to make sure that this is a European night and that is what I expect us to do - a proper European night at Anfield, really going for it. I will line up a team with fresh legs who want to go for it, enjoy the game and will really fight for a result.
"If Anfield wants to do that as well, that would be massively helpful.
"We have to show that Anfield is a wonderful place to come, but also a horrible place to come in the same moment."
Klopp has confirmed that goalkeeper Alisson Becker will miss a fortnight of action after suffering an injury on the weekend.
Caoimhin Kelleher is set to be joined by the likes of Ben Doak and Jarell Quansah in getting a runout as Liverpool target a win to seal their qualification for the knockout stages.