Barcelona vs Liverpool Live

Watch Barcelona vs Liverpool Live, Champions League semi-final, Champions League: Team News, Match Preview Barcelona were finally able to end their Champions League quarter-final curse with a 4-0 aggregate victory over Manchester United to book their place in the semi-finals for the first time since 2015. However, they are up against Liverpool, who are the toughest side left in the competition and have the attacking tools to pose plenty of problems, especially in transition, as well a strong defence marshalled by Virgil Van Dijk.

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Date: Wednesday, May 1
Time: 03 p.m. ET
Location: Camp Nou
TV channel: TNT and Univision
Streaming: fuboTV (Try for free)
Odds: Barca -145 / Liverpool +350 / Draw +320
Live/Repeat:Live

Barcelona vs Liverpool Live

Champions League semi-final, These two legs are likely to be Barcelona’s toughest challenge of the season, but their reward, if they are able to get past this, is a final against either Tottenham or Ajax who are far from heavyweights in Europe, although they will still pose their own specific problems. Wrapping up the league title against Levante in the previous match has certainly helped their preparation for these two ties, as Ernesto Valverde can afford to rest his key players against Celta Vigo in the match sandwiched inbetween. Expected
Sergio Busquets and Lionel Messi will return to the starting XI after only being used as substitutes against Levante. Arturo Vidal is well-suited to breaking up counters and matching the intensity of Liverpool’s midfield, but Ernesto Valverde is likely to opt for Arthur due to the control he brings and the connection he provides to the front three in order to keep them heavily involved. Everything Barca
Philippe Coutinho has played well in recent games, but Dembele is likely to start because of how he will force Trent Alexander-Arnold to track back, which will help nullify the threat of the full-back, otherwise, the French winger will have plenty of space to run into which is when he is at his most dangerous.
Suarez’ experience will be pivotal in opening up space for Messi to work his magic in by dragging defenders away through his intelligent movement and linking up play in the final third. Much has been made of Van Dijk’s brilliance this season, but he will have his work cut out trying to shut down Messi; the Argentine has faced plenty of talented defenders during his career and they often end up on the losing side with their reputation somewhat diminished.
​Having made the transfer from Anfield to the Nou Camp last January, the Brazilian became the eighth and latest player to play for both of these European powerhouses. Liverpool’s attacking trio was previously a ‘fab four’ before Coutinho made the move to Spain.
After signing the former Inter man for a fee of around £8.5m, Liverpool sold him to ​Barca for over £100m. However, the midfielder is yet to justify the money spent on him, as he has struggled to nail down a regular starting spot at the Catalan club in his first 18 months.
The highly-rated Argentine made the move to ​Liverpool following his shock transfer to West Ham in 2006. The feisty midfielder built on his reputation at Anfield as he became a first-team regular, forming a solid partnership with
After three seasons with the Reds, Barcelona came calling and snapped up the defensive midfielder for a fee of £17m. During his time at the Nou Camp, Mascherano adopted a role in the centre of defence with Gerard Pique and went on to play over 200 times for the club. Pepe Reina Gary McAllister,Jose Manual Reina
Believe it or not, Pepe Reina used to have hair. Also, he used to play for Barcelona before he made the move to Merseyside. Starting out in the Barcelona C team, the Spaniard slowly worked his way up the ranks to first choice for Barca, where he made 30 appearances in the early 2000s.
After being shipped out to Villarreal​, Liverpool took a punt on the keeper – a punt which paid off, as the former Barca man went on to feature nearly 300 times for the Reds. A fan favourite during his ten years at Anfield, Reina eventually left for Bayern Munich in the summer of 2014.