Liverpool will seek to go the way of a potential quadruple in them Champions League the semi-final answer to the trip Villarreal.

Last week, “Liverpool” won at home with a score of 2: 0.

The team of Unai Emery, the winner of the Europa League, hopes to use the energy provided by the hot home crowd of El Madrigal, and will know that they will need to show more strength to hope to reach the final in Paris.

Unlike Liverpool, Villarreal have suffered a defeat in the league over the weekend but will be focusing on improvements to cancel their visitors.

Here’s everything you need to know before a match.

When and where is it?

The match “Villarreal” – “Liverpool” should start at 20:00 Moscow time on Tuesday, May 3, at the “Estadio de la Ceramica” (El Madrigal) in Villarreal, Spain.

How can I watch?

Viewers in the United Kingdom can watch the game live on BT Sport 2, the broadcast will begin at 19:00 Moscow time. Subscribers can watch the game through the BT Sport program or online player.

Team news

“Villarreal” was beaten by “Alaves” in a La Liga match over the weekend, and Unai Emery decided to rest or take off during the break, some of whom are likely to appear in response. Arnaut Danyum left the game late after feeling some discomfort, and Gerard Moreno is unlikely to be able to start as he continues to struggle with a hamstring problem.

Roberto Firmin is the only major missing from Liverpool, and the Brazilian’s foot injury is unlikely to heal enough for the forward to participate in the response. However, Curtis Jones and Costas Timikas are back on the bench after illness for the match in Newcastle and may be back on the team on match day.

Projected warehouses

Villarreal: Steering Wheels; Voight, Albiol, Pau Torres, Estupignan; Parejo, Capua, Coquelin; Chukwueze, Lo Celso, Dia

Liverpool: Alison; Alexander-Arnold, Conate, Van Dyck, Robertson; Henderson, Fabinho, Thiago Alcantara; Salah, Manet, Luis Diaz


Villarreal’s 41/10 victory

Draw 13/4

Liverpool victory 14/19


Liverpool are in such strong shape at the moment and seem unlikely to give up their strength against Villarreal, who need to show more ambition to hope for progress. Villarreal – Liverpool 1: 2 (1: 4)

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