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The Reds have been plagued by inconsistency this term but have fared well against tougher opposition, and midfielder James Milner is confident Liverpool can stand up to Dortmund.Having seen off eternal rivals Manchester United in the last 16, Liverpool will hope to use the Anfield crowd to their advantage in the return leg but Milner knows that all depends on securing a favorable result at Signal Iduna Park.Unlike Liverpool, whose Champions League hopes rest solely on Europa League glory, Dortmund sealed their return to Europe's premier club competition next season with Saturday's 3-2 victory over Werder Bremen in the Bundesliga.Sevilla striker Fernando Llorente spent nine years in Athletic's first team and the Spain international admitted it would be a night of mixed emotions at San Mames.
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