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Spartak Moskva vs Liverpool: Match facts, TV Listings - Champions League

September 25, 2017 By Michelle Bonsu
After a draw on matchday one, Liverpool will be hoping to pick up all three points as they travel to face Spartak Moscow on Tuesday, September 26th. provides info to catch Spartak Moskva-Liverpool.

Broadcast info

Who's playing: It's all square in Group E as all four sides have one point after matchday one. Liverpool will be aiming, then, to pick up their first win as they travel to take on Russian outfit Spartak Moscow on Tuesday evening following their 2-2 draw with Sevilla two weeks ago.

What time: Tuesday, September 26th at 11:45 PST/14:45 EST/18:45 GMT/19:45 BST/20:45 CET

What stadium: This game will be played at the Otkritie Arena. Located in Moscow, this venue can seat up to 45.360 fans at max capacity.

Which channel:

- In the USA: FOX Soccer Match Pass, Fox Soccer Plus, Fox Sports 2 USA, 620 WDAE, SiriusXM FC, fuboTV, FOX Sports GO

- In the UK: BT Sport 2, BT Sport Live

- In Russia: Match TV Game, NTV+ Sport Online, Belarus 2

- In Canada: TSN GO, TSN4, RDS 2, RDS GO

*View up-to-date broadcast listings

Match Facts & Stats

  • Spartak are without a win in their last eight European fixtures, home and away, since a 2-1 victory over Benfica on 23 October 2012
  • Since then their record is D3 L5
  • Spartak have lost their last three European home matches, and four of the last five
  • They have won only four of their last 17 home games, losing 11
  • The Russian outfit have a home record of W5 D1 L2 against English sides
  • Overall their record agains English sides is W9 D2 L6
  • Liverpool have won just two of their last 13 European away games (D6 L5)
  • The Reds' away record against Russian outfits is: W3 D0 L3
  • Liverpool beat Spartak both home and away back in 2002 with an aggregate score of 8-1 (5-0 at home and 3-1 away)
  • This will be their fifth meeting; there has never been a draw between these two sides

Liverpool hoping to take advantage of Spartak's dodgy defense as the Reds chase an important win

Although Liverpool have had their defensive woes this season, the Reds will be highly encouraged by this promising stat: Despite trying to use a five-man defense at times, Spartak simply can't stop shipping goals. In fact, they have conceded 17 goals so far this season, which is the second worst in their domestic league and it's been 13 games (or nearly seven years) since Spartak managed to even keep a clean sheet in the Champions League.

Furthermore, the Russian outfit have been hit by a major injury crisis, making things that much more difficult. The fact that they're without a win in their last eight European fixtures since beating Benfica nearly five years ago doesn't look promising for them, but it certainly bodes well for Jurgen Klopp's men, who were left wondering what could have been against Sevilla on matchday one. Roberto Firmino's spot-kick miss really came back to haunt Liverpool as Los Rojiblancos snatched a later equalizer to force both sides to share the spoils in an interesting contest at Anfield, but they will certainly have a great chance to make amends and get back on track in Russia's capital on Tuesday evening.

Joe Gomez will be suspended for this fixture after being sent off during the draw with Sevilla, whilst Klopp will have to figure out how to deploy Roberto Firmino, Mohamed Salah, Sadio Mane and Philippe Coutinho all at the same time - which presents indeed quite a threatening and potent attack that surely will strike fear into Spartak's already weakened defense. 

Match details, result and original broadcast info

Spartak Moskva 1 - 1 Liverpool

September 26, 2017 2:45pmOtkrytiye Arena (Moskva)

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