Despite a disappointing 2-0 defeat to Atalanta on Wednesday, the Reds remain on the brink of reaching the last 16 of the competition and require just a point at Anfield to get the job done with a game to spare.
Each club participating in the group stages received £13.5m and for each win achieved they pick up another £2.4m while a draw brings in £812,000.
By qualifying for the knockout stages Liverpool will earn £8.6m and payment will continue to increase with quarter-finalists winning £9.5m, semi-finalists taking home £10.8m and £13.5m for reaching the final at the Ataturk Olympic Stadium in Istanbul, Turkey.
Meanwhile, Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp has once again voiced his unhappiness with the decision to scrap the five substitutes rule, insisting he only wants to protect players from injury.
"Look, if it would be about me then I would have never mentioned it, but it’s about the players and each moment when it would happen, it would be good for the players," he said after Liverpool's 1-1 draw with Brighton.
"Brighton lost two players with muscle injuries and they play one game a week. The most difficult time is coming up now. For Sheffield United as well, by the way. We will see.
"I can explain it one last time: in this period we are now in, five subs is not for tactical changes. And if ever one coach has the luck to use it for tactical changes, that would be the exception. Today we made an early sub at half-time, then we made a second sub and then we thought really if we are brave and [will] make the third sub.
"If you are not brave, you have to wait with the third sub until the 90th minute pretty much because until then when they show up five more minutes, for example, you can say, ‘OK, if we change now then probably nothing will happen, or we are only three or four minutes with 10 men.’
"If we would have had five subs today then Andy Robertson I would have taken off, 100 per cent; I had Kostas Tsimikas on the bench, so he can play 15/20 minutes.
"So, we don’t have a lot of options in the moment – we have, but they’re all offensive – so you can just bring them all through the season. It’s not the solution, but it’s a little help. That’s all. "Whatever Chris Wilder says, I don’t speak only about Liverpool – he speaks only about Sheffield United, that’s true. He admitted that in the managers’ meeting, but I speak about football players."