Here are the predictions, odds, and how to watch Liverpool vs Villarreal UEFA Champions League match on Livestream so you don't miss this exciting clash.
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Jürgen Klopp's Reds and Unai Emery's Yellow Submarine are about to face each other, with Villarreal already considered the competition's giant killers, having annihilated Bayern Munich.
Liverpool vs Villarreal UEFA Champions League: Match Information
Date: Wednesday, April 27
Time: 15:00 ET
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How to watch Liverpool vs Villarreal on Livestream
Livestream: TUDNXtra, Univision NOW, TUDN.com, TUDN App, Paramount+
TV Channel: Univision, TUDN USA, CBS
Livestream: BT Sport.com, BT Sport App,
TV channel: BT Sport 2, BT Sport Ultimate
Livestream: HBO Max
TV Channel: TNT Sports
Liverpool vs Villarreal in the UEFA Champions League: Head to Head Record
These two clubs have only met 3 times in all competitions and in those games, Liverpool has won 1 match, Villarreal has also won 1 match and in one match they have ended in a draw.
However, it is worth remembering that the last time the two clubs met at Anfield, the win went to the Reds, who beat the Yellow Submarine with a score of 1-0.
Liverpool vs Villarreal UEFA Champions League: Predictions and Odds
For the first leg, the favorite is the English team of the Reds with 67% to win at home against Villarreal, the surprise of the cup, which has only 13% to win. The draw has a 20% probability.
These are the possible results according to the statistics:
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Jürgen Klopp's Reds reached the UEFA Champions League semifinal by beating Benfica 6-4 on aggregate, with goals from Konaté, Mané, and Diaz in the first leg and a Firmino strike in the second leg.
And right now they are chasing Manchester City very closely to try to steal the Premier League title from them, and they have a very important opportunity to do so as they have several games left in the competition.
Therefore, Jürgen Klopp has before him the opportunity to be crowned in two competitions, the Premier League, and the UEFA Champions League.
Unai Emery's Yellow Submarine pulled off a surprise in the UEFA Champions League and became the competition's giant killers, as they were responsible for knocking the all-powerful Bayern Munich out of the competition.
And now they are on their way to the final of the tournament if they manage to beat Klopp's Liverpool, which would consolidate them as the giant killers of this edition of the tournament.