Liverpool are busy preparing to face Ajax in their next Champions League group match.
The Reds are currently in second place in Group A, and need just to avoid defeat in Amsterdam on Wednesday night to qualify for the knockout stages. Jurgen Klopp’s side have nine points from their opening four fixtures, and claimed a 2-1 win over Ajax in the reverse fixture last month.
Despite being in a strong position in the group, Liverpool go into the game against Ajax on the back of a disappointing defeat to Nottingham Forest in the Premier League at the weekend. It was the fourth defeat in all competitions for the Reds so far this term.
There are a few different ways you can follow the match between Liverpool and Ajax.
What time is kick-off?
Ajax vs Liverpool takes place at the Johan Cruyff ArenA on Wednesday, October 26. Kick off is at 8pm UK time.
Is the match on TV?
The match will be broadcast live in the UK on BT Sport 2 and will be available to stream live through the BT Sport app and website, as well as the Virgin Media and Sky Go apps for subscribers. BT Sport coverage gets underway at 7pm, an hour and a half before kick-off.
How else can I follow the match?
You can also follow all the action on our dedicated blog with updates from Paul Gorst and Ian Doyle.
For radio coverage, BBC Radio 5 Live will have commentary from 8pm and build-up starts at 7pm, an hour before -kick-off.
Where can I watch the highlights?
BT Sport will be showing a highlights show of all the night's Champions League matches on BT Sport 2 at 10:45pm, after their coverage of matchday four of the elite European competition concludes.
You can also grab highlights of all the games on the BT Sport YouTube channel.
Early team news
Klopp has confirmed that Darwin Nunez and Ibrahima Konate are in contention to feature against Ajax. The pair were absent from the weekend's defeat to Nottingham Forest, but have returned to full training.
Thiago Alcantara is still unavailable, after missing Saturday's loss due to an ear infection. Joel Matip, Diogo Jota and Luis Diaz are all on the sidelines.
Naby Keita and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain are not available to face Ajax due to not being included in the 25-man squad. However, the pair were involved in training ahead of the clash in Amsterdam.
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