Liverpool vs Real Madrid game live on GOTV

Battle for European trophy awaits doomed clubs whose they lost leadership in their respective domestic leagues.  The Reds have struggled in English Premier while Los Blancos lost to Barcelona in LA Liga.

Liverpool and Real Madrid will play each other at Anfield on Tuesday night for the opening leg of their last-16 contest. This match will be a rematch of the UEFA Champions League final that will take place in 2022.

The championship match of the previous year was won by Real Madrid on the strength of a goal scored by Vinicius Junior in the second half of the match.

Is Los Blancos capable of reclaiming their position as a dominant force against the English giants? Or will Jurgen Klopp's team be able to get their vengeance on the opposition this night before going to bed? It is crucial to analyse different points of view in further detail.

Let's begin with the home team, Liverpool, who earned a spot in the round of 16 by tying for second place and ending with 15 points in Group A. They are tied with Naples.

In fact, the Reds finished first in their group earlier in the competition, winning five of their six group matches while scoring 17 goals and allowing just six.

Liverpool enters the match on Tuesday having won their previous two games, both by a score of 2-0, against Everton and Newcastle United. As a result of these two wins, Liverpool is now ranked seventh in the Premier League standings.

Despite the fact that Jurgen Klopp's squad has had a difficult time staying consistent this year, they may take some solace in the knowledge that they have only lost three of their previous 19 Champions League matches.

Liverpool vs Real Madrid game live on GOTV

After the group stage before proceeding to the knockout rounds, Real Madrid was victorious in just one of them, which allowed them to rank ahead of RB Leipzig and claim first place overall.

In each of their four victories during the knockout rounds, the Spanish giants registered more than 1.5 goals, and their thumping of Celtic 5-1 on Matchday 6 cemented their position atop the standings.

The most recent victory for Los Blancos came in the form of a 2-0 victory against Osasuna, which means that they've won 16 of their 22 La Liga matches so far this season.

In spite of this, they are still eight points below Barcelona in the La Liga standings, which means that they will be driven to provide their very best performance in the Champions League this campaign.

Liverpool vs Real Madrid game live on GOTV

In head-to-head competition, Real Madrid has defeated Liverpool five times in the previous six matches they've played against the Reds in the Champions League, including last year's championship game.

The Reds were victorious against Real Madrid twice in 2009, but the Spanish giants have gone undefeated in their last six Champions League matches against Liverpool.

The unfortunate combo of Luis Diaz and Thiago Alcantara is now out for Liverpool, while Ibrahima Konate and Darwin Nunez are questionable for tonight's matchup due to their respective conditions.

While there are concerns over Karim Benzema's health, it is anticipated that he will be able to participate in the match.

As a result of injuries, Toni Kroos, Ferland Mendy, and Aurélien Tchouaméni will not be participating in the match.

Real Madrid's performance over Liverpool in European competition is impossible to overlook, despite the fact that the Reds have been on a winning streak in recent weeks.


TV channels that will air the Champions League tonight are the beIN sport, DSTV and live streams on mobile phones. 

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