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Rangers v Liverpool live stream: How to watch today’s Champions League online

By Harry Edwards

Rangers v Liverpool live stream: How to watch today's Champions League online

Published: 7:00, 12 October 2022

Liverpool will be looking to move to the brink of qualification for the last 16 of the Champions League when they travel to face Rangers on Wednesday at 8pm (UK time).

How to live stream Rangers v Liverpool online:

  • DAZN are streaming this match live for account holders in Canada and Germany.

Where to watch Rangers v Liverpool on TV:

  • UK: BT Sport 2
  • US: Paramount+

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The Reds have won two of their opening three matches to sit second in their group and should Napoli beat Ajax, victory over Rangers would see them move six points clear of the Dutch side. Rangers, meanwhile, are still without a point at the bottom of the group and must win to keep their Europa League hopes alive.

Hamaan warns of Klopp sack risk

Although they are close to qualifying for the last 16 of the Champions League, Liverpool aren’t having the greatest of seasons. After going so close to winning the Quadruple last season, falling at the final hurdle in both the Premier League and Champions League, the Reds are way off the pace in the English top flight.

With eight games played, Liverpool are 10th with just two wins, one of which being that 9-0 thrashing over Bournemouth who are now above the Reds in the table (albeit having played a game more). They are now winless in their past three Premier League matches with a 3-2 defeat to Arsenal leaving them 14 points behind the early leaders a gap which, even with a game in hand, seems tough to bridge.

At points already this season Jurgen Klopp has seen his future put into slight doubt and the German is currently 16/1 to be the next Premier League manager to leave his job with Sky Bet.

And former Liverpool midfielder Dietmar Hamann believes there may come a time soon that questions will be asked of Klopp.

“The dynamics at Liverpool are no different to anywhere else and if the results aren’t there then the manager will come under pressure,” he told TalkSport.

“If they were to get beat next week or not win against Manchester City, which at the moment seems very likely, you could be eight or nine points off fourth place.

“We know that the owners are not the biggest spenders and so we know how vitally important it is for the team to be in the Champions League because of the revenue that you get.

“At some stage I think we will have that discussion about the manager and I’m not sure how far we are off [from that]. He said that he still feels that he’s the right man to do it, but I see little things like Jordan Henderson midweek seeing his number going up and reluctantly taking his armband off and coming off shaking his head.

“This is something that we haven’t seen at Liverpool for five years. Maybe these are little signs that people have little problems with the team or even the manager.”

Scoreline prediction: Rangers 0-2 Liverpool

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