Despite being in a strong position in the group, Liverpool go into the game against Ajax on the back of a disappointing defeat to Nottingham Forest in the Premier League at the weekend. It was the fourth defeat in all competitions for the Reds so far this term. READ MORE: Darwin Nunez and two others return but Thiago remains missing from Liverpool training READ MORE: Why Naby Keita can't play for Liverpool against Ajax despite returning from injury There are a few different ways you can follow the match between Liverpool and Ajax.
How to watch Ajax vs Liverpool - TV channel, live stream Liverpool will visit Ajax for the Matchday 5 of the 2022/2023 UEFA Champions League group stage. You can find out here how to watch
Ajax vs Liverpool UCL Live Stream: How to watch, TV channel, team news, predicted lineups, head-to-head, odds and everything you need to knowAjax vs Liverpool UCL Live Stream: How to watch, TV channel, team news, predicted lineups, head-to-head, odds and everything you need to knowGiveMeSport 25 October 2022 Ajax take on Liverpool in the UEFA Champions League this week. Here we have how to watch, the TV channel, predicted lineups, head-to-head, odds and everything else you need to know about it.
What time is kick-off? Ajax vs Liverpool takes place at the Johan Cruyff ArenA on Wednesday, October 26. Kick off is at 8pm UK time. Is the match on TV? The match will be broadcast live in the UK on BT Sport 2 and will be available to stream live through the BT Sport app and website, as well as the Virgin Media and Sky Go apps for subscribers. BT Sport coverage gets underway at 7pm, an hour and a half before kick-off.
But Ajax go into this match with confidence having thrashed their Eredivisie opponents RKC Waalwijk 4-1 on the weekend. When is Ajax vs Liverpool? Ajax entertain Liverpool TONIGHT - Wednesday, October 26. It is scheduled to kick off at 8pm UK time - 9pm local time. Johan Cruijff Arena in Amsterdam, Netherlands is the chosen venue for this fixture and it can host approximately 55, 865 fans. Joel Matip's last-gasp win