We have no fresh injuries, no new injuries. The only one who is a little doubt is Kamara but everyone else is good to go. “We will expect John (Souttar) after the World Cup. I have a lot of sympathy for John. He brought the problem with him when he changed teams. We need to operate on him agains so he feels much better now. “It’s always difficult to play with pain. It is the first time in many month that he is pain-free and he can do his rehab so hopefully that is the end of all the difficult times he had. ”Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp will travel to Glasgow without Colombian Luis Diaz after the winger suffered a knee injury during a collision with Arsenal’s Thomas Partey in the first-half on Sunday.
Kemar Roofe is back in full training but remains short of match sharpness, while Jon McLaughlin, Tom Lawrence, Ianis Hagi, John Souttar, Filip Helander and Alex Lowry remain sidelined. Rangers' Colombian striker Alfredo Morelos, Rangers' Croatian defender Borna Barisic and Rangers' German-born Croatian striker Antonio Colak take part in a team training sessionSpeaking in his pre-match press conference, Van Bronckhorst said: “The squad is looking good.
Antonio Colak could keep his place up front ahead of Alfredo Morelos, but Rangers are without a handful of injured players, including Kemar Roofe, Ianis Hagi, Filip Helander and Tom Lawrence. Rangers predicted lineup vs LiverpoolRangers Starting 11 (4-2-3-1): McGregor; Tavernier, Goldson, Davies, Barisic; Jack, Lundstram; Tillman, Davis, Kent; Colak. Bench: McCrorie, Sands, Yilmaz, Devine, Arfield, Jack, Kamara, Matondo, Wright, Morelos, Sakala. Liverpool team newsLiverpool lost Trent Alexander-Arnold, Joel Matip and Luis Diaz to injuries against Arsenal - the latter won't be back until after the World Cup.
99 per month (24 month contract, upfront fee: £39. 99)There is also the cheaper BT Sport app, which allows all four BT Sport channels to be streamed on laptops, tablets and smartphones, for £16 per month (24 month contract). What are the latest match odds? RANGERS 7/1 | DRAW 4/1 | LIVERPOOL 4/11According to the bookmakers, Liverpool are resounding favourites once again to leave Ibrox with maximum points on Matchday 4. Mohamed Salah is 7/2 favourite to score first in the match, with Darwin Nunez and Diogo Jota both available at 4/1. Roberto Firmino is priced at 5/1, with Rangers striker Antonio Colak the value bet at 11/1. *Odds from BET365 correct at time of writing*Who are the match officials? Slovenian referee Slavko Vinčić has been selected by UEFA to take charge of the tie. He took charge of last season’s Europa League final between Eintracht Frankfurt and Rangers in Seville.
Rangers vs Liverpool live stream: how to watch Champions Read on to find out how to watch a Rangers vs Liverpool live stream and catch the Champions League online, no matter where you are in the
Although Ibrox has witnessed some big European nights in recent years, Rangers still face a huge challenge to overcome a fragile Liverpool side, who lost out 3-2 against Arsenal at the weekend. Their mission is clear: Rangers must win in order to remain in the Champions League. Victory for Liverpool, who effectively blew their chances of a domestic title challenge this term after dropping more points at the Emirates, could see them extend their three-point gap ahead of third-placed Ajax in Group AWith Napoli’s match against Ajax finishing before Rangers take on Liverpool, Klopp may have a watchful eye on events in Naples as they look to finish top of the section. We’ve gathered all the information you need on the match and how to watch it below…Where is the game taking place & what time does the match kick-off? Who: Rangers vs LiverpoolWhat: UEFA Champions League - Group A (Matchday 4)Where: Ibrox Stadium, GlasgowWhen: Wednesday, October 12th – kick-off 8pm (UK time)How to watch on TV – Is there a live stream? Yes, the game will be broadcast live exclusively on BT Sport 3 and BT Sport Ultimate.
Rangers vs Liverpool: How to watch on TV live stream, team news, lineups & predictionLiverpool are hoping to quickly bounce back from another Premier League setback when they face Rangers in the Champions League this week. Jurgen Klopp's Reds were beaten by Arsenal at the weekend, meaning they have now won only two of eight domestic games so far this season. Things have been slightly better in the Champions League, with two consecutive wins over Ajax and Rangers following on from a heavy defeat to Napoli on matchday one.
Coverage begins at 7. 15pm - 45 minutes before kick-off with post-match coverage until 10. 30pm. The match will also be available to live stream on the BT Sport app, which is free to download on iOS and Android phones and tablets. A pay-per-view option will be available via RangersTV and can be purchased through the club’s official website. BBC Sportsound will provide online and radio updates throughout the match. How to sign up to BT SportBT Sport is available to customers with an existing BT package by the following options:The “Big Sport” package, which teams BT Sport channels with Sky’s NOW Sport packages, is available for £41 per month (24 month contract, upfront fee: £39. 99)BT’s standard “Sport” package, which includes BT Sport 1, 2, 3 and 4, is available for £16.
Referee Slavko Vincic reacts during the UEFA Nations League League A Group 3 match between Germany and Hungary at Red Bull ArenaThe experienced 42-year-old will be assisted by his fellow countrymen Tomaz Klancnik and Andraz Koavcic, with Alen Borošak named as the fourth official. Matej Jug is the Video Assistant Referee (VAR). What’s the team news ahead of Rangers vs Liverpool? Giovanni van Bronckhorst confirmed he has a fully fit squad to select from barring midfielder Glen Kamara who is a doubt after picking up a slight knock. James Sands is available after serving his one-match suspension last week, with Alfredo Morelos is in contention to lead the line up front after returning to full fitness.
Rangers v Liverpool on TV: Channel, kick-off time and live Yes - the match is available to live stream on the BT Sport app. The match takes place at Ibrox stadium, Glasgow on October 12 with an 8pm
But the Reds are already struggling with injuries, with fresh problems to key players cropping up at the weekend. Where are Rangers vs Liverpool playing? Location: Glasgow, ScotlandStadium: Ibrox StadiumDate: Wednesday 12 OctoberKick-off Time: 20:00 BST / 15:00 EST / 12:00 PSTVAR: Matej Jug (SVN)Referee: Slavko Vincic (SVN)Where can you watch Rangers vs Liverpool on TV in UK, US, Canada? UK: BT Sport 2USA: Paramount+Canada: DAZNWhere can you watch Rangers vs Liverpool highlights in UK, US, Canada? UK: BT Sport YouTube channelUSA: CBS Sports Golazo YouTube channelCanada: DAZN Canada YouTube channelRangers vs Liverpool H2H ResultsRangers: 0 WinsLiverpool: 1 WinDraws: 0Current Form (Last Five Games)Rangers: WWDDWLiverpool: LWWLWRangers team newsJames Sands is back from a European suspension although may not return to the starting XI.
Rangers vs Liverpool: Live stream, TV channel, PPV, referee Jurgen Klopp also faces an injury crisis, with several key stars missing for the visit to Glasgow. Here, Football Scotland tells you