IT’S a Champions League grudge match as 2018 winners Real Madrid take on 2019 winners Liverpool.
The sides have not met each other since the Spaniards ran out 3-1 winners in a controversial 2018 final in Kiev.
Real Madrid will be hoping for a repeat of the 2018 final[/caption]
Mo Salah will be out for revenge with the Reds[/caption]
On that night, Sergio Ramos went unpunished after forcing Liverpool’s Mo Salah off with a shoulder injury.
Both teams were comfortable winners in their Champions League last 16 matches with Liverpool overcoming RB Leipzig and Real Madrid defeating Atalanta.
What time does Real Madrid vs Liverpool kick off?
- Real Madrid take on Liverpool on Tuesday, April 6.
- The match kicks off at 8pm UK time – 9pm in Spain.
- It will be played at the Estadio Alfredo Di Stefano as the Bernabeu is currently being renovated.
- The second leg will take place eight days later on Wednesday, April 14.
- Porto or Chelsea await the winner in the Champions League semi-final.
What TV channel is Real Madrid vs Liverpool on and can I live stream it?
- Real Madrid vs Liverpool is live on BT Sport 2.
- Coverage commences at 7pm – 45 minute before kick-off.
- To stream the game live, head to the BT Sport website or app.
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Can I watch Real Madrid vs Liverpool 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 £15 per month subscription unless cancelled.
Pantomime villain Sergio Ramos is out of this game for Real Madrid with an injury but Toni Kroos and Alvaro Odriozola could return.
Raphael Varane has also been ruled out for the hosts with Coronavirus, meaning backup centre-backs Eder Militao and Nacho are likely to fill in.
Eden Hazard has returned to training but faces a race against time to be fit for this one, as do Dani Carvajal and Federico Valverde.
Ozan Kabak and Nat Phillips could continue in the middle for Liverpool as their defensive crisis continues.
James Milner came into the midfield for the 3-0 win at Arsenal at the weekend and could well keep his place in Spain.
Diogo Jota netted twice at the Emirates as a sub and will be hoping to earn a starting berth after six goals in his last four games for club and country.
Real Madrid 17/10
Source: The Sun
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