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UEFA Champions League - How to watch Genk vs Liverpool on October 23, 2019

October 22, 2019 By Oscar Rojas
The Reds can't afford to drop points if they want to keep a smooth and easy ride in their quest to reach the next round, and beating Genk would cement their chances of doing so.

What is Genk and Liverpool's form in all comps ahead of this game?

Genk makes it to this match with only one win in their last three games. The Belgian side was only able to beat Mouscron in their league, but also lost their last clash (vs Standard, 1-0). To make matters worse, one of Genk's gamers was postponed due to off-the-pitch incidents.

Liverpool has won five out of their last six games in all comps, but they failed to secure a record-tying win against Manchester United last weekend. Klopp's men have only kept two clean sheets during that run, which highlights one of the main problems for the German boss ahead of this tie.

What is Genk and Liverpool's position in Group E of the UEFA CL?

Genk is currently the fourth-placed team in Group E of the UEFA Champions League. The Belgian side kicked off their run in this competition with a heavy 6-2 defeat against RB Salzburg, and they went on to draw their second clash against Napoli.

Liverpool sits in second place of this group, with one win and one loss to their name. Their campaign began with a 2-0 away loss against Napoli, but they managed to bounce back with a 4-3 win against Salzburg. Klopp's men will try to put an end to their woeful form away from home in the group stage of this competition, where they haven't been able to win an away game since the 2017-18 season.

Genk vs Liverpool - Head-to-head stats

  • This will be the first clash in a European competition between these teams.

  • This will be Genk's third game against an English rival in European competitions. 

  • Liverpool has only lost once against Belgian rivals.

  • Genk's previous match against an English rival at home ended in a one-all draw when they faced Chelsea in the 2011-12 UEFA Champions League group stage.

  • Liverpool has lost four straight group stage games away from home, including their 2-0 loss against Napoli on Matchday 1.

  • Liverpool's last trip to Belgium ended in a goalless draw against Standard Liege in the preliminary stages of the 2008-09 UEFA Champions League.

Genk vs Liverpool - Who's in and who's out

Genk - Injuries: Danny Vukovic. Doubtful: Neto Borges.

Liverpool - Injuries: Nathaniel Clyne, Xherdan Shaqirim Joel Matip. Doubtful: Trent Alexander-Arnold, Mohamed Salah.

Broadcast info - Genk vs Liverpool

In the U.K.: BT Sport Live, BT Sport 1.

In Italy: Sky Calcio 3, Canale 5, Sky Sport Arena, NOW TV, SKY Go Italia.

In the U.S.: TUDNxtra, B/R Live.

In Canada: DAZN.

In Australia: Optus Sport.



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