And the club’s hierarchy do not want their fans to be singled out as potential rulebreakers and are keen to see their final matches played at L4.
But Jurgen Klopp’s charges may have to play all of their remaining home games – against Crystal Palace, Aston Villa, Burnley and Chelsea – away from Anfield until they mathemetically win the league.
Outside of the selected ‘high risk’ matches, however, most are expected to be played in a home and away capacity as with the German Bundesliga.
Sky Sports will broadcast Everton vs Liverpool for free, as one of 25 games they have committed to showing for non-paying customers.
Their package gives them the rights to show 64 of the remaining 92 fixtures of the season, likely starting with Tottenham’s clash with Manchester United on Friday June 19.
All 92 fixtures of the campaign will be shown live on either Sky Sports, BT Sport, BBC Sport or Amazon Prime.
BBC Sport have also confirmed that they will air four matches in total. It will be the first time a live top-flight football match will be broadcast by the BBC since 1987-88.