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Where to watch Liverpool vs Genk live on November 5, 2019

November 4, 2019 By Emmanuel K. Budu-Annor
The Reds come into Tuesday's fixture without a defeat in 10 games and will seek to extend the run against a struggling Genk side.

What is the position of Liverpool and Genk in Group E?

Liverpool is second in Group E with six points after three games. Genk sits at the bottom of the group with just a point after playing the same round of matches.

What is the form of Liverpool in contrast to Genk's?

Liverpool's form in the previous 10 matches: 9W 1D 0L.

Genk's form in the previous 10 matches: 4W 2D 4L.

What is the head to head record of Liverpool vs Genk?

The match between the two sides in the latter end of October was the first of it's kind. Goals Alex Oxlade Chamberlain, Divock Origi, as well as Mohamed Salah ensured an emphatic 4:1 win for the Reds in Belgium. 

Team news: Who is injured or suspended for Liverpool vs Genk?

Liverpool centerback Joel Matip is sidelined and ruled out of action as a result of a foot. Xherdan Shaqiri and Nathaniel Clyne are also not available to feature.

Jurgen Klopp is expected to field Fabhinho after resting the midfielder in the win at Aston Villa in order for him to avoid a potential suspension building up Sunday's clash with Man City. Joe Gomez, Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, Naby Keita, Divock Origi and James Milner are all expected to get game time in order for a few key players to be rested for the weekend's test.

Genk did not travel with first-choice goalkeeper Danny Vukovic as he is yet to recover from an Achilles tendon injury. Gaetan Coucke is expected to assume the position in-between the sticks for the visitors. No player is suspended for both clubs.

Predicted lineups for Liverpool vs Genk

Liverpool probable starting XI:

Alisson; Alexander-Arnold, Lovren, Van Dijk, Robertson; Milner, Fabinho, Oxlade-Chamberlain; Salah, Origi, Mane.

Genk probable starting XI:

Coucke; Maehle, Cuesta, Lucumi, Uronen; Ito, Heynen, Berge, Bongonda; Samatta; Onuachu.

What are the managers saying ahead of Liverpool vs Genk?

Jurgen Klopp, Liverpool

"I will not make a mistake and put a proper backpack on a young player's back from another club. I will not do that with the Genk players as well, but that's a proper club, a really nice story. When we played there we saw all the pictures who played there and I thought in that moment, 'Thank God they are not all here and we play them!'

"Not that I didn't respect the players that are there, but this is really an unbelievable group of players which they send all over the world. That says a lot about the character of the club and the teams they create always. Last year, becoming champions, which is an incredible success. Losing players, key players, again but still staying on track, try it again, make new decisions, bringing in new players.

 

"That's such a wonderful story, to be honest, but unfortunately we are not here to show our admiration or how much we admire stories like this. We have to beat them and that's what we will try, but I respect clubs like this a lot and it's sensational. There will in the future be more names coming from there because if you have this kind of direction as a club it brings in other young kids who want to do the same.

"They have their own models out there in the world of football and it's important obviously. Imagine the world of football, how it would be without all these wonderful players born or raised or educated at Genk. That's not that nice so we enjoy a lot what they do in the world of football and that's cool. Thank you very much, Genk!"

Felice Mazzù, Genk

"I brought everyone because I think it is a great moment for the club, for all the players, so my desire was that everyone is here," he said. "It is the moment to enjoy but not to be here to take photos. It is to give their life on the pitch and play the best football possible.

"They play a big game against a big team perhaps for once in our life in a place like this. I know the results are not so good and the way we have played is not so good. I know it's not an easy moment but I am calm. I don't feel the pressure.

"We play against the best team in the world at the moment. I am sure the players' mentality will be better tomorrow – and I hope the coach's also."

Broadcast information for Liverpool vs Genk

Fans in US can stream Liverpool vs Genk live on B/R Live and TUDNxtra.

In UK, the clash will be available on BT Sport Live and BT Sport 3.

 

Match details, result and original broadcast info

Liverpool 2 - 1 Genk

November 5, 2019 3:00pmAnfield (Liverpool)

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