Austrian club LASK are on Merseyside with two fixtures left in each side’s group stage campaign.
Two wins from two would make certain of top spot for Jurgen Klopp’s side, thus securing direct progression to the round of 16.
But any slip-up here, or in their final fixture at Union Saint-Gilloise, could open the door for Toulouse.
Here’s everything you need to know. Get the latest odds and tips for the game here.
When is Liverpool vs LASK?
Liverpool vs LASK is due to kick off at 8pm GMT on Thursday 30 June at Anfield in Liverpool.
How can I watch it?
Viewers in the United Kingdom will be able to watch the match live on TNT Sports 1, with coverage on the channel from 7.45pm GMT. Subscribers can follow the action online via discovery+.
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Both Diogo Jota and Alisson suffered injuries in Liverpool’s draw with Manchester City and will be absent from the matchday squad here, with the former’s injury more serious than that of the Brazilian goalkeeper. Caoimhin Kelleher was likely to deputise regardless behind a likely rorated starting team. Thiago, Andy Robertson and Stefan Bajcetic are longer-term absentees.
Philipp Wiesinger, Ebrima Darboe, Adil Taoui and Tobias Anselm are all unavailable to LASK manager Thomas Sageder, though the Austrian club’s first-choice squad is in reasonable health otherwise.
Liverpool XI: Kelleher; Alexander-Arnold, Konate, Quansah, Gomez; Elliott, Endo, Gravenberch; Doak, Gakpo, Diaz.
LASK XI: Lawal; Andrade, Talovyerov, Ziereis; Stojkovic, Horvath, Ljubic, Bello; Ljubicic, Zulj, Usor.
Liverpool win 1/9
LASK win 22/1
A home win for Liverpool. Liverpool 3-1 LASK