Liverpool vs Real Madrid. Liverpool host Real Madrid in the champions league quarter-final second leg match aiming to overturn things like they did against Barcelona in 2019.
The Reds have had a tough season after losing the race to defend their premier league title, slipping out of the champions league places, and enduring a period of injuries to key players. Jurgen Klopps’ men have however changed things since the recent international break and aim to go back to the premier league top four. The Reds play Real Madrid at home aiming to advance and face Chelsea in the semis. They will have to at least produce two goals and prevent Real from scoring in order to advance.
Real Madrid, on the other hand, are unstoppable at the moment after beating Liverpool in the first legal and then beat Barcelona in the El Clasico last weekend. Even though they have key players injured Zidane’s men are playing good football especially with Toni Kroos and Modric at midfield. Vinicius Junior is another key player who Liverpool should be wary of after the Brazilian netted twice in the first leg.
But what TV channel is Liverpool vs Real Madrid 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?
Liverpool vs Real Madrid champions league quarter-final second leg clash. See the other champions league fixtures set to be played this week.
When is it?
On Wednesday 14th April 2021.
What venue is it?
Liverpool’s Anfield in Liverpool, England. The match will be played behind closed doors due to covid-19 restrictions.
What time is kick-off?
Liverpool vs Real Madrid will kick-off at 8:00 pm GMT for viewers watching the match from the United Kingdom and at 9:00 pm for viewers in Spain.
In Kenya, Liverpool vs Real Madrid will kick-off at 10:00pm EAT. This time also applies to countries under the East Africa Timezone.
For viewers in the US, Liverpool vs Real Madrid will kick-off at 3:00pmET.
Global Kick-off times for Liverpool vs Real Madrid(Selected)
|Country||Match Kick-off time|
|India||12:30 am (Thursday)|
|Australia||05:00 am (Thursday)|
|South Africa||9:00 pm|
|Japan||04:00 am (Thursday)|
|China||03:00 am (Thursday)|
|Singapore||03:00 am (Thursday)|
|HongKong||03:00 am (Thursday)|
|New Zealand||07:00 am (Thursday)|
What TV channel is Liverpool vs Real Madrid on?
Liverpool vs Real Madrid will be broadcast live on BT Sport 2 and BT Sport Ultimate for viewers in the UK starting at 7pm.
For viewers in Spain, Liverpool vs Real Madrid will be broadcast live on Movistar+ while in Australia, the match will be live on Optus Sport.
In Kenya, Liverpool vs Real Madrid will be shown live on Supersport Football Plus channel number 222 and Supersport Premier league for viewers in South Africa. In Nigeria, the match will be live on Supersport Football Plus Nigeria.
For viewers in the US, this match will be live on Paramount+ and Univision while DAZN will show this match for viewers in Canada.
Indian viewers will find the match live on Sony Ten 2 and Sony Ten 2 HD.
See the Global TV Coverage for Liverpool vs Real Madrid below
How to live stream Liverpool vs Real Madrid online
Existing BT Sport customers can live stream Liverpool vs Real Madrid online on the BT Sport website and the BT Sport app.
In the USA, live stream of the clash will be available on Paramount+ and TUDN.com
In India, live stream of this match is available on Sony LIV.
Liverpool vs Real Madrid Team News
Klopp is still without defensive trio Joe Gomez, Joel Matip and Virgil Van Dijk who are long-term absentees meaning Klopp will retain his inexperienced defensive pair of Ozan Kabak and Nat Phillips. Captain Jordan Henderson is also out injured.
Curtis Jones is however set to return to the squad after missing Liverpool’s win against Aston Villa due to a muscle strain.
Lucas Vazquez is set to miss this clash after injuring his knee during the El Clasico last weekend. He joins the likes of Sergio Ramos, Dani Carvajal ,Raphael Varane and Eden Hazard in the list of players who will miss this clash.
Fede Valverde bruised his foot in the El Clasico and Real Madrid are sweating on his fitness but he is expected to recover.
Liverpool: Alisson; Alexander-Arnold, Ozan Kabak, Phillips, Robertson; Thiago, Fabinho, Wijnaldum; Salah, Jota, Mané
Real Madrid: Courtois; Odriozola, Nacho, Éder Militão, Mendy; Kroos, Casemiro, Modrić; Asensio, Benzema, Vinícius Júnior