Liverpool vs Bayern Munich takes place on Wednesday at 12:30pm (UK time).
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How to live stream Liverpool vs Bayern Munich online:
Bet365* are streaming a selection of club friendlies this summer live for account holders.
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How else can I live stream Liverpool pre-season friendlies online?
Liverpool vs Bayern Munich can also be streamed online through the Reds’ media channel, LFCTV.
Liverpool vs Bayern Munich match preview:
Liverpool face a crucial pre-season game against German champions Bayern Munich later this week as they gear up towards the start of the 2023/24 season. So far, Jurgen Klopp has overseen wins over Karlsruher SC and Leicester City this summer, as well as drawing 4-4 in a frenetic affair against Greuther Furth.
The revolving door at Kirkby has been putting in overtime this summer as Klopp looks to reinvent his squad. Influential figures in the guise of James Milner, Jordan Henderson, Roberto Firmino and Fabinho have all left, while two new major signings look to settle in.
The acquisitions of Alexis Mac Allister and Dominik Szoboszlai for a combined figure of less than £100m look an absolute steal in the current market, but Klopp has a huge job on his hands getting them to settle in and form the backbone of a completely new-look midfield composition.
Bayern Munich have overseen change this summer likewise, with Thomas Tuchel losing Lucas Hernandez, Marcel Sabitzer and Sadio Mane, who misses the chance to face his former club and catch up with old friends. Such change for both clubs sets this tie up nicely as a completely unpredictable and appetising affair.
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