How to watch Liverpool vs Inter Milan in 2021-22 Champions League from India?
Liverpool host Inter at Anfield for their Champions League Round of 16 second leg on Tuesday.
Jurgen Klopp’s men have the advantage of a 2-0 win at the San Siro in the return. Currently on a 12-game winning streak and having recently lifted the Carabao Cup, the English side will also be dreaming of the possibility of a quadruple this season.
Second on the national circuit, like Liverpool, Inter are however not as rich in form with only one victory in their last four games while hoping to create a surprise at Anfield. However, that victory was a 5-0 result against Salernitana on Saturday.
Here’s how to watch Liverpool vs Inter in the 2021-22 Champions League from India.
What time does Liverpool vs Inter start?
How to watch Liverpool vs Inter on TV and live in India
the Sony Pictures Sports Network (SPSN) has the right to broadcast UEFA Champions League matches in India.
Matches will also be available to stream via SonyLIV app and website, in addition JioTV mobile app, allowing fans to watch multiple matches simultaneously and catch replay of matches.
Liverpool vs Inter: team news and key stats
Thiago Alcantara and Roberto Firmino could return from injury for the Reds, as could Joel Matip after missing the West Ham clash at the weekend through illness.
While January signing Luis Diaz continues to impress, Diogo Jota is also said to be fully fit and available.
For the visitors, Nicola Barella is suspended, while Ivan Perisic – having missed Inter’s last game – should be ready for the draw.
- Since the start of the 2017-18 season, Liverpool have kept more clean sheets in UEFA Champions League home matches than any other team (15 in 24 appearances). In fact, among the teams that have played more than 10 home games in the competition this period, their clean sheet percentage of 63% is also the best of any team.
- Inter Milan have lost four of their last five away matches against English sides in the UEFA Champions League (W1), although winning that race came the last time one of those matches took place in knockout stages of the competition – 1-0 against Chelsea in the round of 16 in 2009–10; a season in which they lifted the trophy.
- Mohamed Salah has scored eight goals in seven UEFA Champions League appearances for Liverpool this season, scoring more in just one campaign in 2017-18 (10). The Egyptian averages a goal every 69 minutes this season, which is his best ratio in a single season in the competition.
- Inter Milan striker Edin Džeko has scored in three of his last four starts at Anfield in all competitions, including the last two. The Bosnian didn’t finish on the winning side in any of those three games though, drawing 2-2 in 2012 and losing 1-2 in 2015 with Manchester City and losing 2-5 with Roma in 2018.
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