"I think there is not a lot difference because football is the same".
Lampard has to juggle his starting line-up, with fresh injury concerns over N'Golo Kante, who hurt his ankle after coming on as a substitute last Sunday and has suffered a "broken" pre-season.
The Spaniard is in pole position to keep his place for the Super Cup clash with Premier League rivals and Europa League winners Chelsea in Istanbul, with Irish youngster Caoimhin Kelleher next in line following Simon Mignolet's departure for Club Brugge.
Referee Stephanie Frappart said she and her team of officials, which includes Ireland's Michelle O'Neill, will once again prove their capabilities on the big stage when they become the first all-female team to take charge of a major UEFA competition final when Liverpool face Chelsea in the Super Cup on Wednesday.
Liverpool's front-three have become unplayable at times under Klopp, but there is always the risk of overplaying them.
There is always a debate about how much these trophies matter.
"This team is built for being successful, what we try to do here is another chance for us".
The 26-year-old Brazilian damaged a calf during the first half of Friday night's 4-1 Premier League victory over Norwich and while the club has put no timescale on his recovery, Klopp is expecting to have to do without the Champions League victor for some time.
The 32-year-old only joined Liverpool four days before his debut but defender Van Dijk says his new team-mate is up to the challenge.
"[His experience] is the main thing, he knows what he is doing". He played for so many years in the Premier League and we could already see in training how good he can be.
"We need him and he needs us".