Liverpool welcome Italian giants Napoli to Anfield for their UEFA Champions League Group E clash this evening.
Liverpool lead the way in Group E, and for the second season in a row conclude their home fixtures in the section against an unbeaten Napoli side who are hot on their heels at the top of the standings.
Late goals from Dries Mertens (82 pen) and Fernando Llorente (90+2) earned Napoli a 2-0 success against the holders in southern Italy on Matchday 1.
Liverpool, however, have won all three games since to move on to nine points, one more than their opponents, with Salzburg third on four points and eliminated Genk on one.
That means Liverpool will be through if they beat Napoli, or if Salzburg do not beat Genk.
Liverpool will clinch first place with a win. Napoli will be through if they win at Anfield, or if Salzburg do not beat Genk.
The match will be shown live on BT Sport 2 from 7.00pm with live streaming on BTSport.com and via the BT Sport App.
Tuesday 26th November 2019
Tottenham Hotspur v Olympiacos
BT Sport 2 – 7.00pm
Manchester City v Shakhtar Donetsk
BT Sport 3 – 7.15pm
Real Madrid v PSG
BT Sport ESPN – 8.00pm
Juventus v Atletico Madrid
BT Sport Extra 2 – 7.45pm
Wednesday 27th November 2019
Valencia v Cheslea
BT Sport 3 – 5.15pm
Liverpool v Napoli
BT Sport 2 – 7.00pm
Barcelona v Dortmund
BT Sport ESPN – 7.45pm
Lille v Ajax
BT Sport 3 – 8.15pm
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