Liverpool vs Atletico Madrid Starting XI, Kick Off & Where To Watch. Liverpool host Atletico Madrid at Anfield in the return leg of UEFA Champions League after their suffered 1-0 defeat away from home against Atletico last week.
Liverpool vs Atletico Madrid starting XI has a lot to do with the game if the Jurgen Klopp is going to win and progress to the next stage or the visiting team.
Kick Off Time
Liverpool vs Atletico Madrid UEFA Champions League second leg kick off by 21:00 p.m (9:00 GMT) on Wednesday, 11th, March, 2020 at the Anfield Stadium.
Liverpool vs Atletico Madrid Starting XI
Jurgen Klopp and Diego Simone has released their starting XI lineup for tonight tie as both teams searching for winning to the qualify to the next round.
Liverpool possible starting XI: Adrian, Alexander-Arnold, Gomez, Van Dijk, Milner, Fabinho, Wijnaldum, Oxlade-Chamberlain, Mane, Salah, Firmino.
Atletico Madrid possible starting XI: Oblak, Trippier, Savic, Felipe, Hermoso, Llorente, Saul, Koke, Correa, Felix, Morata
Where To Watch
The Champions League second leg between Liverpool and Atletico Madrid will be broadcast live on BT Sport, Sky Sports, Supersport, DStv, beIN Sports, ESPN+, MSNBC, and you can stay tuned to Liverpool Twitter handle for update as the match is being play.
Liverpool Update On Coronavirus Outbreak
There will be hand sanitisers and/or antibacterial handwash in all the washrooms at Anfield as well as posters reinforcing the official medical advice for everyone to take personal responsibility for excellent personal hygiene.
We are also taking matchday precautionary measures and players will continue to avoid handshakes prior to kick-off. UEFA will continue to use mascots for this game but they will line up to welcome the players onto the pitch and avoid any direct contact.
Any supporter displaying symptoms that are consistent with coronavirus should ensure they familiarise themselves with the chief medical officer’s advice on self-isolation.
We will continue to take the best advice from the relevant authorities and will update supporters with any further developments.
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