Liverpool’s preparation for the 2023/24 season gets underway with a pre-season friendly against German side Karlruher.
Jurgen Klopp will be looking for a better start to the 2023/24 campaign, after failing to qualify for the Champions League last term and that begins in his home country, as the Reds look to gain fitness before the curtain opener against Chelsea on the 13th August.
When is Karlsruher v Liverpool?
Karlsruher v Liverpool takes place at the Wildparkstadion in Karlsruhe, Germany on Wednesday, July 19th.
What is the kick-off time for Karlsruher v Liverpool?
Karlsruher v Liverpool will kick-off at 5.30pm (UK time).
How can I live stream Karlsruher v Liverpool online?
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Who is the referee for Karlsruher v Liverpool?
The referee is yet to be announced.
Karlsruher team news
After finishing 7th in the 2. Bundesliga last season, where they recorded the biggest away win of the season (0-6 vs Regensburg), Karlsruher will be hoping this is the season they finally get promoted back to the German top-flight after being relegated from the Bundesliga in 2009. Christian Eichner is the man tasked with promotion, but his side have flip-flopped from top half and bottom half finishes since their promotion in 2018/19.
The German side have a few notable players that you may have heard of, including defender Daniel O’Shaughnessy, who played in all three of Finland’s group stage games at Euro 2020 and full-back Daniel Brosinski, who has recently returned to his hometown side.
Liverpool team news
It’s expected to be a busy summer for the Reds, who are looking to do something of a re-build after several first team departures. Bobby Firmino and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain are both looking for new clubs after the end of their contracts, young forward Fabio Carvalho is heading to RB Leipzig on loan, while midfielders James Milner and Naby Keita have joined Brighton and Werder Bremen respectively.
World Cup winner Alexis Mac Allister was the first through the doors, as soon as the transfer window opened and could make his debut here, while a host of high profile players have also been linked with a move to Anfield, including Manu Kone and Khephren Thuram, who are both currently starring for France at the U21 European Championship.
Scoreline prediction: Karlsruher 2-5 Liverpool
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