Liverpool vs Leipzig LIVE: Stream FREE, TV channel, team news as Klopp makes FIVE changes, Jota starts – latest updates

LIVERPOOL are up against RB Leipzig tonight in their Champions League last-16 second leg, having won the first one 2-0.

The Reds are in torrid domestic form but stand just 90 minutes away from another big quarter-final in Europe.

  • Start time: 8pm GMT
  • TV/Live stream: BT Sport 2
  • Liverpool XI: Alisson, Alexander-Arnold, Phillips, Kabak, Robertaon, Fabinho, Wijnaldum, Thiago, Mane, Salah, Jota
  • RB Leipzig XI: Gulacsi, Upamecano, Sabitzer, Poulsen, Forsberg, Adams, Klostermann, Nkunku, Mukiele, Olmo, Kampl

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When is Liverpool vs RB Leipzig?

  • This Champions League last-16 second leg will be held on Wednesday, March 10.
  • Kick-off at Anfield is set for 8pm GMT.

Which TV channel and live stream can I watch it on?

You can catch all of the action live on BT Sport here in the UK.

The match is being broadcast on BT Sport 2 and BT Sport Ultimate.

Download the official app on your mobile, tablet, PC or games console to stream.

How can I watch for free?

  • EE customers can get BT Sport INCLUDED to their plan at no extra cost if they are on a plan with Smart Benefits – simply log in to EE and choose BT Sport app.
  • And then get it on the big screen by texting SPORT to 150 to get a FREE three-month trial of Large Screen so you can cast all the action on your TV.
  • At the end of the three months you will automatically roll onto the £5 per month BT Sport Large Screen subscription unless cancelled.
  • Rebecca Chaplin

    RB LEIPZIG XI

    1. Gulacsi, 5. Upamecano, 7. Sabitzer, 9. Poulsen, 10. Forsberg, 14. Adams, 16. Klostermann, 18. Nkunku, 22. Mukiele, 25. Olmo, 44. Kampl
  • Rebecca Chaplin

    TEAM NEWS

    Klopp makes five changes from Liverpool's last outing.

    Fabinho returns to midfield and starts, after coming on from the bench for Liverpool's last two losses.

    He has recovered from a muscle injury that kept him out in February, his return to midfield will likely be a big boost for the Reds.

    Kabak is deemed fit enough to start after sitting out Liverpool's clash with Fulham.

    Firmino is replaced by Jota and did not travel with the squad.

    While Adrian is on the bench, there is also Davies who is a young 17-year-old reserve keeper.

     

     

  • Rebecca Chaplin

    LIVERPOOL STARTING XI

    1. Alisson, 66. Alexander-Arnold, 47. Phillips, 19. Kabak, 26. Robertson, 3. Fabinho, 5. Wijnaldum, 6. Thiago, 10. Mane, 11. Salah, 20. Jota
  • Rebecca Chaplin

    HOW'S STAT

    Liverpool's recent form has raised plenty of questions.

    For a side that once dominated possession, this season they've only enjoyed 53 per cent.

  • Rebecca Chaplin

    ALL WHITE ON THE NIGHT

    Leipzig need to net three this evening to undo Salah and Mane's goals from the first leg.

    Can their all-white kit inspire them?

  • Rebecca Chaplin

    EUROPE KIND OF EVENING

    Liverpool head into this evening’s clash against RB Leipzig with a two-goal advantage, but as we’ve seen on European nights, anything could happen.

    European nights and Liverpool are synonymous, but this evening’s second leg fixture won’t be played in front of a crowd or at Anfield, despite being classed as a home fixture for the Reds.

    Liverpool’s recent form at Anfield has not been what fans have become accustomed to- last season it was a fortress where they extended their unbeaten run to 68 league games – this season there has been no home advantage.

    Captain Jordan Henderson spoke of how much the players missed playing in front of their fans but warned it was not an excuse for their form.

    Liverpool’s victory over Leipzig is one of only two wins from their last eight games and despite a slew of injuries, the rest of the squad have struggled with consistency.

    Jurgen Klopp could welcome Fabinho back into midfield this evening after missing four games last month with a muscle injury.

    He made fleeting appearances in Liverpool’s defeats to Chelsea and Fulham, but Klopp is confident he’s fit enough to start.

    Defender Ozan Kabak, however, is still a doubt, so too is Roberto Firmino.

    Julian Nagelsmann’s side are on a winning streak domestically, having won their last six fixtures they now sit just two points behind Bayern Munich.

    Despite this, and the fact that Leipzig need to net three, Klopp is confident his side can progress to the quarter-finals.

    Stick with us this evening as we bring you all of the action.

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