Liverpool are set to break the attendance record at the BT Murrayfield Stadium as the home of Scottish rugby hosts Napoli and the Reds.
More than 65,000 fans will attend the pre-season fixture which will be the highest-attended football match held in Scotland for 30 years.
Earlier this month, Liverpool travelled to Yorkshire to face off against Bradford City and broke an attendance record then too.
Almost 25,000 fans descended on Valley Parade which is the highest attendance at the stadium since its re-opening in 1986 after the devastating fire the year before.
There are 24,343 here today to watch #LFC take on Bradford – that's the highest attendance since the stadium reopened in 1986.
— Ian Doyle (@IanDoyleSport) July 14, 2019
It’s incredible to see, in black and white, just how big Liverpool are – the Reds waltz into town and break records left, right and centre.
James Milner stole the show at Valley Parade by scoring two goals in quick succession – one from long-range and the other from the spot.
The game at Bradford was, of course, not about the football though as it was an opportunity for Liverpool and Bradford to help Stephen Darby highlight issues surrounding motor neurone disease.