Today on LiveScore: Reds and City in Champions League action
Liverpool and Manchester City both kick off a monumental period of their respective seasons with Champions League quarter-final first leg clashes tonight.
Jurgen Klopp’s Reds head to Portuguese outfit Benfica while Pep Guardiola's City entertain LaLiga title holders Atletico Madrid at the Etihad.
We have both games previewed in detail, along with a host of other football content for you to enjoy.
Before the Premier League’s two leading sides can look forward to their Sunday showdown, professional jobs need to be done on the continental stage.
Liverpool are widely expected to progress past Benfica in their quarter-final but the Eagles have already come through the group stage at Barcelona’s expense and dumped out Ajax in the previous round.
Ahead of the contest, LiveScore have spoken exclusively to Benfica goalkeeper Odysseas Vlachodimos. Check out what the Greek No1 had to say about facing the Reds below.
We have also taken a closer look at the ever-changing role of Roberto Firmino at Anfield, with the Brazilian taking on the mantle of supersub in recent times.
Meanwhile, City are once again dreaming of a maiden Champions League triumph but Atleti are notoriously tricky customers in this competition.
An intriguing tactical battle is assured between Guardiola and Diego Simeone — we consider how the two bosses are likely to approach the contest.
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More to enjoy
As well as our continental previews, you can still enjoy your regular dose of domestic content.
Tottenham defender Cristian Romero put in an impeccable performance during Spurs’ 5-1 pummelling of Newcastle last Sunday and looks to have a very bright future in North London.
Elsewhere, our daily Transfer Talk column leads on fresh reports suggesting that both Manchester United and Liverpool are set to miss out in their pursuit of Barcelona defender Ronald Araujo.
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