BOUNDARY Park is widely regarded as the coldest football ground in England – but it will feel like the Bahamas tomorrow compared to what awaits Liverpool in Russia next month.
Brendan Rodgers’ side will spend Valentine’s night in St Petersburg where the temperature dipped to -16C this week.
With the Russian Premier League’s mid-season break continuing until March 9, Luciano Spalletti’s Zenit squad have escaped the harsh winter at home with a training camp in Dubai.
The Russian champions were beaten 3-1 this week in a friendly against Shakhtar Donetsk.
Undersoil heating will ensure Liverpool’s trip to the Petrovsky Stadium goes ahead on February 14 but players and fans alike may want to ensure they pack the thermals.