Bayern Munich Vs Liverpool Preview: Injuries, Possible lineups, kickoff, Pre match comments

Jurgen klopp must have to admit he is under serious pressure no matter the perspective it is viewed from.
With the chances of winning the League resting on the possibility our fellow tittle rival Manchester City would at least drop some points, it make sense to say klopp and his men would have to fight hard to make it to the next stage in the Champions League.


With Real Madrid, three time holders, now eliminated from the current UEFA Champions League competition, the highest finisher still alive from last year’s tournament is Liverpool FC. By no means are they the favorites though, or even close, as the odds makers and projectionists see their opponent Wednesday night, Bayern Munich, to beat them and advance to the quarterfinals.
Our our exist form the Champions League might mean that Manchester United could be favorite for the trophy, judging by the stat recorded whenever Liverpool left an European Competition since the last nine years.

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The two teams played to a goalless draw at Anfield, so from an aggregate stand point, the Reds will have a good advantage due to the fact that they did not concede any away goals.

It was a very entertaining contest as both teams went for the jugular but stood very strong defensively to deny themselves from finding the back of the net.

Liverpool  Team News:

Liverpool do have some fitness issues to be concerned with in this one. Midfielder James Milner is a doubt while defender Joe Gomez is now closing in on a return having recovered from surgery to repair the fractured leg he suffered in Liverpool’s win over Burnley in late 2018.

He’s expected to make his comeback after the international break

It seems likely that right back Trent Alexander-Arnold will be fit despite coming off injured against Burnley yesterday. According to James Pearce of the Liverpool Echo, Jurgen Klopp’s decision to withdraw the youngster was only due to “precaution,” not from necessity.
Chamberlain kept his pace to fitness as he was involved with the U23 in their last game, but was substituted after just 40 minutes with a fresh injury scare but klopp has given latest update regarding his injury read here.

Bayern Team News:
Bayern will be missing a pair of players, due to suspension, in Thomas Muller and Joshua Kimmich, while they do have some fitness concerns as well.

The venerable Arjen Robben (calf) and Corentin Tolisso (knee) are out injured for the Bavarian juggernaut while Kingsley Coman is a doubt.

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Comments :
Virgil van Dijk says he and his teammates are ready for their next big task at hand.

“The Champions League is unbelievably big,” the defender told UEFA.com. “The whole show, the fans, the players you play against, the people who are going to watch the game, the pressure—it’s very special.

“Personally I want to be on that stage every year, but we know how tough it is. We’ve been in a tough group this year and got to the knockout stages. Now it’s game by game. We’re looking forward to the challenge.”

James Rodriguez :

In an interview with FCBayern.com, James reference how tough Liverpool is and thinks the first leg at Anfield showed just how potent Jurgen Klopp’s attack can be.

"A dangerous one! I think we have to be very careful. Their counters are very fast. But I think we have every chance of making it into the next round. We have to play a perfect game at home to go through. Liverpool have very fast players, they feel comfortable when you give them space. That’s why we have to be very focused, highly motivated and play a good game."


Date :    March 13 Wednesday

Kickoff:  8PM local

Vanue :  Allianz Arena

Possible lineups

Bayern XI: Neuer; Rafinha, Hummels, Sule, Alaba; Goretzka, Thiago Gnabry James  Coman; Lewandowski.

Liverpool XI: Alisson ,Trent, Van Djik, Matip, Robertson; Keita, Lallana, Fabinho; Salah, Firmino, Mane.
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