Liverpool are back in Champions League action tonight as they take Ajax at Anfield.
The Reds welcome the Eredivisie champions to Merseyside in their second Group A fixture of the campaign. Jurgen Klopp’s side will be looking for a significant improvement from their last match, which saw them lose 4-1 to Napoli.
Last weekend saw Liverpool not involved in a Premier League match, after they were postponed as a mark of respect following the passing of Queen Elizabeth II. As a result, the Reds will have had nearly a week to prepare for tonight’s match against Ajax.
There are a few different ways you can follow tonight's fixture..
When does the match kick off?
Liverpool v Ajax takes place at Anfield on Tuesday, September 13. 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 app for subscribers.
BT Sport coverage gets underway at 7pm, an hour before kick-off.
How else can I follow the match?
You can also follow all the action on our dedicated blog with live updates from the ECHO's Liverpool reporters Ian Doyle and Paul Gorst at Anfield.
For radio coverage, talkSPORT will have live commentary on talkSPORT 2 from 7.45pm.
Where can I watch highlights?
BT Sport will be showing a comprehensive highlights show of all the week's Champions League matches on BT Sport 2, straight after their coverage of Liverpool v Ajax concludes.
You can also grab highlights of all the games on the BT Sports YouTube channel.
Early team news
Andy Robertson is set to be sidelined until after the international break with a knee injury. This means that the left-back will not be involved against Ajax this evening. Kostas Tsimikas is likely to step in and deputise in the place of the Scotland international.
Jurgen Klopp also confirmed that Fabio Carvalho is back available after suffering a dead leg during the draw with Everton in the Premier League earlier this month. He missed the away trip to Napoli as a result of the issue, but is now back in training.
Other players who are ruled out for tonight’s match include Jordan Henderson, Curtis Jones, Naby Keita, Ibrahima Konate, Calvin Ramsay, Caoimhin Kelleher and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain.
Ajax named their 24-man travelling squad on Monday which will be involved against Liverpool. Manager Alfred Schreuder will be without one of his key players for their trip to Anfield.
Left-back Owen Wijndal is not included in the squad as he recovers from an ankle injury. However, defender Calvin Bassey has recovered from a knock and will be involved against Liverpool.