How to watch Liverpool vs RB Leipzig in the Champions League on TV channels, live and with a £ 25 / month pass
Liverpool, the Champions League, is a welcome break from the current Premier League issues and an opportunity to save the wrestling season.
To make progress, they must defeat delicate enemies. Leipzig made it to the Champions League semi-finals last season and is headed by Julian Nagelsmann, one of the most respected young coaches in the world of football.
Date: Tuesday, February 16
Time: 3:00 p.m. ET
Location: Puskas Arena-Budapest, Hungary
Leipzig has returned to the opportunity by defeating the Bundesliga four times in a row. But he may have been too late to find the title of the German league. They are currently 4 points behind Bayern and Bayern can afford the game too.
Due to strict rules in Germany, the match will be played at Puskas Arena in Budapest, Hungary.
The Champions League knockout game against Liverpool’s RB Leipzig will be broadcast live on BT Sport 2. Match coverage will begin at 7 pm and kickoff will be at 8 pm.
Barcelona vs. last season finalist PSG will air on BT Sport 3 at the same time.
BT retains exclusive rights to the UEFA Champions League and Europa League. To access the channel, check out the latest packages or buy a £ 25 / month pass.
For Sky subscribers, you can also add BT Sport to your existing plans here with a 31-day rolling contract.
What is the first team news from RB Leipzig vs Liverpool?
The new signing for January includes both Ben Davis and Ozan Kabak in Liverpool’s Champions League team. First Tuesday’s involvement will depend on his ability to shake off the blow he suffered when he saw him miss a weekend defeat to Leicester.
Both Fabinho and Naby Keita have been excluded, and RB Leipzig himself has suffered one or two injuries. That is, Konrad Laimer in the central midfielder and Emil Forsberg in the winger.
The acclaimed youth Dominik Szobosrai has also been out of action due to adductor muscle problems.
How do I watch it online or on TV?
The match will be broadcast live on BT Sport 2 and will air at 3:00 pm Eastern Standard Time. ET Sport subscribers can view the game online via the BT Sport app.
Liverpool seems to be suffering from a crisis of self-confidence, and participating in this game still suffers from a series of injuries. However, turning your back on the wall, the opportunity should encourage reaction from Klopp players. Leipzig is a well-organized team that turns out to be difficult to destroy. That is, it can be difficult to split a pair on a tactical battle night. RB Leipzig 1-1 Liverpool