Liverpool vs Ajax: Live stream, TV channel, team news and kick-off time for Champions League match
LIVERPOOL will be determined to put that nightmare on Naples street behind them when they host Ajax in Tuesday’s Champions League encounter.
The Reds were humiliated by Napoli 4-1 on the opening night of European footballs top tier competition.
Liverpool were annihilated by Napoli on matchday one
Former Tottenham attacker Steven Bergwijn inspired Ajax to a 4-0 win over Rangers
And Liverpool legend Jamie Carragher slammed the defence in his post-match interview claiming that it could have been “four or five at half-time, not just three”.
To make things worse, the Merseyside giants’ upcoming opponents Ajax, comfortably dealt with Rangers 4-0 in the other Group A clash so they’ll be breeding with confidence.
But Liverpool did the double over Ajax when the these two European giants were in the same group during the 2020/21 campaign.
What time does Liverpool vs Ajax kick off?
Liverpool host Dutch giants Ajax on Tuesday, September 13.
It is scheduled to kick off at 8pm UK time.
Anfield in Liverpool is the allocated arena for this mouth-watering contest and it can host around 53,394 spectators.
Curtis Jones’ 58th minute strike secured all three points when these two clubs last met in a Champions League Group D game.
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What TV channel is Liverpool vs Ajax on and can I live stream it?
Liverpool vs Ajax will be broadcasted LIVE on BT Sport 2 in the UK.
Coverage is set to commence from 7pm UK time – one hour before kick-off.
Subscription holders of BT Sport can stream the entire action live via the BT Sport website or BT Sport app.
Jurgen Klopp’s injury woes could be going from bad to worse as Fabio Carvalho’s dead leg which ruled him out of the trip to Naples, will need to be assessed once more.
And if the wonderkid is unavailable, Carvalho will be joining, Naby Keita, Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, Curtis Jones, Ibrahima Konate, Jordan Henderson and Calvin Ramsay who are all currently in the treatment room.
Joe Gomez and James Milner could lose their spots in the starting line-ups following a poor display against Napoli.
But the one plus for Klopp is that midfield maestro Thiago was able to get some minutes under his belt which puts the Spaniard in contention to start.
Meanwhile, minor injuries to Mohamed Ihattaren and Owen Wijndal may force Ajax boss Alfrd Schreuder into leaving the pair at home.
However, Schreuder almost has a fully fit squad to choose from including former Tottenham Hotspur winger Steven Bergwijn.