Real Madrid V Liverpool. Real Madrid host Liverpool in one of the two champions league quarter-final first-leg clashes set for Tuesday night.
Liverpool will be aiming to exact their revenge after losing the 2018 champions league final to Madrid in a match that saw Mohammed Salah leaving the pitch early due to an injury caused by Sergio Ramos’ challenge. Liverpool’s game diminished after Salah left the pitch and things became worse when Karius handed Real the lead via a mistake that Karim Benzema took advantage of. Gareth Bale then scored a spectacular goal to make it 2-1 and later his shot was too hot to handle for Karius and it was 3-1.
This was Real Madrid’s last champions league trophy as the next season’s trophy was won by Liverpool and last year Bayern won it. In these two seasons, Real Madrid had been knocked out at the round of 16 stages by Ajax and Manchester City. Liverpool on the other hand have lost the Premier League title defence to Man City. The Reds will be looking to win their second champions league trophy under Jurgen Klopp.
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But what TV channel is Real Madrid V Liverpool on, what time is kick-off, how do you live stream the match online and what are the team news. Here at Kenyastax.com, we have compiled all that information including the predicted lineups.
What is it?
Real Madrid v Liverpool champions league quarter-final first-leg clash. See the other champions league fixtures set to be played this week.
When is it?
Today Tuesday 6th April 2021.
What venue is it?
Real Madrid’s Alfredo Di Stefano in Madrid, Spain. The match will be played behind closed doors due to covid-19 restrictions.
What time is kick-off?
Real Madrid v Liverpool will kick-off at 8:00pm GMT for viewers watching the match from the United Kingdom and at 9:00pm for viewers in Spain.
In Kenya, Real Madrid v Liverpool will kick-off at 10:00pm EAT. This time also applies for countries under the East Africa Timezone.
For viewers in the USA, Real Madrid v Liverpool will kick-off at 3:00pmET.
Global Kick-off times for Real Madrid V Liverpool(Selected)
|Country||Match Kick-off time|
|India||01:30 am (Wednesday)|
|Australia||05:00 am (Wednesday)|
|South Africa||9:00 pm|
|Japan||04:00 am (Wednesday)|
|China||03:00 am (Wednesday)|
|Singapore||03:00 am (Wednesday)|
|HongKong||03:00 am (Wednesday)|
|New Zealand||07:00 am (Wednesday)|
What TV channel is Real Madrid v Liverpool on?
Real Madrid v Liverpool will be broadcast live on TV via BT Sport 2 and BT Sport Ultimate for viewers in the UK.
For viewers in Spain, Real V Liverpool will be broadcast live on Movistar+.
In Kenya, Real Madrid v Liverpool will be shown live on Supersport Football Plus channel number 222 and Supersport Premier league for viewers in South Africa.
For viewers in the US, Real Liverpool will be live on Paramount+.
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How to live stream Real Madrid V Liverpool online
Existing BT Sport customers can live stream Madrid v Liverpool online on the BT Sport website and the BT Sport app.
In the USA, Madrid V Liverpool live stream is available on Paramount+.
In India, live stream of Madrid Liverpool is available on Sony LIV.
Real Madrid v Liverpool Team news
Real will be without captain Sergio Ramos who picked up a calf injury while on international duty. Nacho Fernandez is set to replace him at the back while Raphael Varane should return to the lineup after being rested in the weekend’s match against Eibar.
Eden Hazard is not in Zidane’s squad for this clash due to fitness reasons.
Klopp is still without defensive trio Joe Gomez, Joel Matip and Virgil Van Dijk who are long-term absentees. Captain Jordan Henderson is also out injured.
Klopp however has the same squad the comfortably beat Arsenal last weekend available for this clash.
Real V Liverpool Predicted lineups
Real Madrid: Courtois; Nacho, Varane, Mendy; Vázquez, Modrić, Casemiro, Kroos, Marcelo; Benzema, Asensio
Liverpool: Alisson; Alexander-Arnold, Phillips, Kabak, Robertson; Thiago, Fabinho, Wijnaldum; Salah, Jota, ManéFor vie