Sevilla vs Liverpool Latest Team News & Live Stream Details


Sevilla vs Liverpool: Jurgen Klopp‘s side look to seal the qualification to next stages of the Champions League with a win.

Sevilla vs Liverpool

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Two top sides from the group face each other again after their reverse fixture ended with a 2-2 draw at Anfield.
Liverpool squandered a 2-1 lead and missed ample opportunities to extend it in the game which came back to bite them at the end.
Their defensive problems have been a concern for majority of the season but they have recovered well in recent games.  Three clean-sheets in the last four games has helped them climb up in the Premier League table.
Meanwhile, Sevilla have also performed well in the league recently. The Los Nervionenses won 2-1 against Celta de Vigo last Saturday to climb up to fifth in the table.

What is the latest team news?

Liverpool finally have their best front trio back after Sadio Mane returned from his long layoff. Mohamed Salah will look to continue his blistering form in front of the goal while Roberto Firmino is likely to continue playing as a centre-forward.
However, the Reds will miss Joel Matip in the back with Dejan Lovren and Ragnar Klavan likely to fill up the defensive slots.
Nevertheless, Sevilla have a few problem themselves. Both Daniel Carrico and Nicolas Pareja will continue to be in the sidelines due to injury.

Expected changes

Despite a key fixture coming up against the Premier League champions, the priority for Liverpool must be to qualify for the next stages of the Champions League. Consequently, it is unlikely that Klopp tinkers too much with his side from the game against Southampton.
However, Loris Karius should replace Simon Mignolet between the sticks with Klopp preferring him in Champions League.
Joe Gomez should return to replace Alexander-Arnold after sitting out against Southampton.
In the meantime, Simon Kjaer should replace Johannes Geis in the centre of the defence for Sevilla.

Guidelines to stream the game

Our viewers in the United States can watch the game online through WatchESPN. Furthermore, BT Sport Live will stream it in the United Kingdom. Follow LiveSoccerTV’s guide to find out TV details in your country.
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