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Liverpool vs Benfica: Predictions, odds, TV Channel, and Livestream of the Champions League 2022

The English side will host the Portuguese team in the second leg of the quarter-finals.

Can Benfica pull off a miracle against the Reds?
Can Benfica pull off a miracle against the Reds?

Liverpool will play against Benfica at Anfield on Wednesday in the second leg of the quarter-finals of the Champions League. The English team beat the Portuguese side at the Estadio da Luz 1-2 in the first leg and in the weekend drew against Manchester City 2-2 in the Premier League.

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Meanwhile, Benfica won against Belenenses SADl 3-1 at home in the Portuguese League. Nelson Veríssimo’s men stay in third place in the Primeira Liga behind Porto and Sporting Clube de Portugal. The Portuguese side is close to clinching the Europa League.

Liverpool vs Benfica: Match Information

Date: Wednesday, April 13, 2022

Time: 15:00 ET (US) / 20:00 (UK)

Location: Anfield, Liverpool, England.

Liverpool vs Benfica: Times by State in the US

ET: 15:00 

CT: 14:00 

MT: 13:00 

PT: 12:00 

How to watch live Liverpool vs Benfica:


TV Channel: Galavision, CBS, TUDNxtra

Live stream: Univision NOW, Paramount+, TUDN App,


TV Channel: BT Sport 3

Live Stream: BT Sport App,


TV Channel: TNT Sports

Live stream: HBO Max, TNT Go 

Liverpool vs Benfica head to head record

Benfica and Liverpool have met 11 times in their history. The Reds have won on 7 occasions, while Benfica have won 4 times. The last match between the two teams before the first leg of this quarter-finals, was in April 2010, when the English side won 4-1 in the Europa League.

Liverpool vs Benfica: Predictions and odds

Liverpool are strong favorites against Benfica. The Reds have won 6 out of their last 8 matches. The odds are -400 at bookmakers. The draw is given at +525 odds. Meanwhile, Benfica’s victory is at +1200 odds.

Liverpool News

Jürgen Klopp stressed on Tuesday that they want to be the team "nobody wants to meet" and that they hope to show the same image as last week against Benfica.

Benfica News

Benfica will be looking to overturn Liverpool's 1-3 first-leg deficit to thwart Jürgen Klopp's dream of winning every title the Reds are in contention for this season.

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