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Villarreal vs Liverpool live: Lineups and how to watch it live stream

The Spanish side will host the English team in the second leg of the semi-finals.

The 'Groguetas' will try to overcome the Reds at the Cerámica Stadium.
The 'Groguetas' will try to overcome the Reds at the Cerámica Stadium.

Villarreal will play against Liverpool at the Cerámica Stadium on Tuesday in the second leg of the semi-finals of the Champions League. The Spanish club was defeated by the Reds at Anfield Stadium 2-0 in the first leg and in the weekend lost against Alavés 2-1 in the Spanish League.

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Meanwhile, Liverpool won against Newcastle United 0-1 at St. James Park in the Premier League. Klopp’s men stay in second place in the English League, behind Manchester City, and still fight in three competitions, the Champions League, the FA Cup, and the Premier League.

Villarreal vs Liverpool: Match Information

Date: Tuesday, May 3, 2022

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

Location: Cerámica Stadium, Villarreal, Spain.

Villarreal vs Liverpool: Times by State in the US

ET: 15:00 

CT: 14:00 

MT: 13:00 

PT: 12:00 

How to watch live Villarreal vs Liverpool:


TV Channel: Univision, TUDN USA, TUDNxtra, CBS

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


TV Channel: BT Sport 2, BT Sport Ultimate

Live Stream: BT Sport App,


TV Channel: Will not be broadcast

Live stream: HBO Max

Villarreal predicted lineup:

Goalkeeper: G. Rulli (GK)

Defenders: R. Albiol (CB), Pau Torres (CB), Foyth (RB), Estupiñan (LB)

Midfielders: Capoue (CM), Parejo (CM), Lo Celso (OM), Coquelin (LM), Chukwueze (RM)

Forwards: Danjama (ST)

Liverpool lineup

Goalkeeper: Alisson (GK)

Defenders: Konaté (CB), Van Dijk (CB), Alexander-Arnold (RB), A. Robertson (LB)

Midfielders: Henderson (CM), Fabinho (CM), Thiago (CM)

Forwards: Salah (RW), Mané (ST), L. Díaz (LW)

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