The Hillsborough disaster has put the football game at Anfield in perspective where Liverpool play hosts to Manchester United and Brendan Rodgers said he expected Luis Suarez and Patrice Evra to shake hands to end the feud that is pale in significance to the hurt the Reds fans have had to endure.
Liverpool legend Robbie Fowler believes Evra and Suarez should lay floral tributes before Sunday's Premier League game between his old club and United.
Suarez was aggrieved with an eight game ban for racially abusing Evra last season, while the match is the first at Anfield since the publication of the Hillsborough report.
"It would be nice for Luis Suarez to put some flowers at the United end regarding Munich, and for Patrice Evra to do so at the Kop," Fowler said.
Both clubs are understood to be confident that the pair will shake hands ahead of Sunday's game, where a number of tributes to the victims of the Hillsborough disaster are planned.
The whole of the football world share in the pain suffered and fans deserve a spectacle of football as the healing process can start with the true facts published on what happened in the 1989 tragedy, when 96 fans died.