Liverpool began their Champions League campaign with a 1-4 loss to Napoli, while Ajax defeated Rangers 4-0 in their first match. Next up, Ajax vs Liverpool.
Liverpool was defeated 4-1 by Napoli on Wednesday. Liverpool needs a win to avoid finishing last. Ajax, on the other hand, earned three points in their previous leg with a 4-0 victory over Rangers. The Reds currently sit third in Group A (zero points), while Ajax leads the group (three points).
Liverpool will look to bounce back from their humiliating defeat to Napoli in the first group A match when they face Ajax at Anfield.
Napoli’s three first-half goals made it difficult for Liverpool to turn the tide in Naples. Jürgen Klopp, on the other hand, believes the poor start will be reversed.
Ajax defeated Rangers 3-0 and now shares the group A lead with Napoli on three points.
Although injuries continue to be a problem for Jürgen Klopp, a solution must be found or Liverpool may be forced to withdraw from the competition early.
Ajax vs Liverpool Match Details
What time does Ajax vs Liverpool kick-off?
The Champions League match Ajax vs Liverpool will take place on September 14th (IST).
Where will the Champions League match Ajax vs Liverpool take place?
The Champions League match Ajax vs Liverpool will take place at Anfield.
When does the Ajax vs. Liverpool Champions League match begin?
The Champions League encounter Ajax vs Liverpool will begin at 12:30 AM IST.
Which TV networks will show the Champions League match between Ajax and Liverpool?
The Champions League match between Ajax and Liverpool will be televised live on Sony Sports Network and JioTV.
Where can I watch the Ajax vs. Liverpool Champions League match live?
The Champions League match between Ajax and Liverpool will be shown live on SonyLIV.
Jurgen Klopp has confirmed that Jordan Henderson, Naby Keita, Ibrahima Konate, Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, Calvin Ramsay, Curtis Jones, and Caoimhin Kelleher will miss Liverpool’s Champions League match against Ajax at Anfield.
Full-back Andrew Robertson is the latest addition to the Reds’ injury list, as he will also miss the midweek game. Fabio Carvalho has returned to training and is ready for selection.
Goalkeepers – Kelleher, Alisson, and Adrian
Defenders – Davies, Van Dijk, Konate, Gomez, Tsimikas, Robertson, Matip, Alexander-Arnold, Ramsay, Phillips, Bajcetic, and Chambers are the players to watch.
Midfielders – Fabinho, Thiago, Milner, Keita, Henderson, Oxlade-Chamberlain, Jones, Elliott, Carvalho, Clark, and Arthur are the players to watch.
Forwards – Salah, Firmino, Jota, Diaz, and Nunez
Owen Wijndal, Mohamed Ihattaren, and Francisco Conceicao are the absentees from Ajax’s team that has made the trip to Liverpool.
Calvin Bassey, who was injured in the team’s last game against Heerenveen, has been added to the squad.
Goalkeepers – Pasveer, Gorter, and Stekelenburg
Defenders – Bassey, Kaplan, Blind, Sanchez, Magallan, and Kik Pierie are all members of the team.
Midfielders – Delgado, Alvarez, Klaassen, Kudus, Grillitsch
Forwards – Bergwijn, Brobbey, Tadic, Ocampos, Lucca, Berghuis, Conceicao, Giovanni, and Jensen are among the players.
(All broadcasting and streaming times are based on information provided by the host broadcasters.)