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.
Darwin Nunez in action during the UEFA Champions League group A match between Liverpool and Rangers at AnfieldThey did, however, secure a confidence-boosting 4-0 demolition win over St Mirren in the Scottish Premiership on Saturday, with Antonio Colak netting a brace for a third straight league match. 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.
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. 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.
Rangers vs. Liverpool: Time, TV channel, stream, betting odds for UEFA Champions League matchSporting News/Getty Images Liverpool will look to take a further step towards the knockout stage of the Champions League when they face Rangers at Ibrox on Wednesday. Jurgen Klopp effectively ruled his side out of the Premier League title race after a 3-2 defeat at Arsenal left them 14 points off the leaders after eight matches. They were comfortable winners over Rangers at Anfield on matchday three in Europe and will be hoping for another victory to move them to the brink of qualifying for the last 16. Giovanni van Bronckhorst's men, meanwhile, are yet to score in this season's group stage and a positive result here is imperative if they are to keep their hopes alive of staying in the competition.
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. 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.
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. 99 per month (24 month contract, upfront fee: £39.
See offers and buy a package on the BT Sport website. Rangers face an uphill task against Liverpool (Picture: Visionhaus/Getty Images)What is the Rangers and Liverpool team news? Liverpool will be without Luis Diaz who will be sidelined until December with the knee injury sustained during the defeat to Arsenal on Sunday. Diaz will not return until after the World Cup but the Colombian will not need to undergo surgery. Trent Alexander-Arnold is expected to miss around two to three weeks due to the twisted ankle suffered at the Emirates. Joel Matip will also be out of action for a similar time frame, while Arthur will be absent for three to four months after picking up a quad injury in training last week.
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*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. 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.
Is Rangers vs Liverpool on TV? Stream details, kick-off time and team newsRangers play host to Liverpool in the reverse fixture of their Champions League double-header, with Giovanni van Bronckhorst’s still to register their first points of the group stages. The Ibrox club have been comprehensively beaten by Ajax (4-0), Napoli (3-0) and Jurgen Klopp’s Reds (2-0) on their return to Europe’s elite level for the first time in 12 years.
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.
MORE: Arsenal vs. Liverpool result, highlights and analysis as Bukayo Saka settles Premier League thriller What time is Rangers vs. Liverpool? Rangers play host to Liverpool at Ibrox, Glasgow. The game kicks off at 8 p. m. BST on Wednesday, October 12. UK USA Canada Australia Date Wed, Oct 12 Thurs, Oct 13 Time 20:00 BST 15:00 ET 06:00 AEDT How to watch Rangers vs. Liverpool TV channel BT Sport 2, BT Sport Ultimate — Streaming BT Sport Paramount+/ViX+ DAZN Stan Sport UK: The match will be broadcast on BT Sport 2 and BT Sport Ultimate, and streamed on BT Sport platforms.
Rangers predicted lineup (4-2-3-1): McGregor (GK) — Tavernier, Goldson, Davies, Barisic — Jack, Lundstram — Sakala, Kent, Matondo — Colak Liverpool's defeat at Arsenal came with it the added double blow of injuries to Luis Diaz and Trent Alexander-Arnold. With a switch to a 4-2-3-1 proving ineffective against the Gunners, Klopp may revert to his usual 4-3-3 as the Reds aim to pick up their spirits in Europe. Liverpool predicted lineup (4-3-3): Alisson (GK) — Gomez, Matip, Van Dijk, Tsimikas — Henderson, Fabinho, Thiago — Salah, Nunez, Jota MORE: Luis Diaz injury update: Latest on Liverpool star and timeline for return after coming off against Arsenal Rangers vs.
Rangers v Liverpool LIVE: Mohamed Salah aims to beat goal It will be broadcast on BT Sport 2 with coverage beginning at 6:30pm. There will be updates of all the action in Europe live on
A live stream will also be available to BT customers who will be able to view the match online via the BT Sport website and app. BT Sport have the exclusive rights to show live Champions League matches in the UK. Subscriptions to the service start from £16 a month, which includes all BT Sport channels plus BoxNation, the BT Sport app, and a recordable TV box. Fans can also purchase the Big Sport package at £41 a month, which includes everything you see above as well as all 11 Sky Sports channels, a NOW Sports Membership, and Eurosport 1 and 2.
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